There’s a new constable in town, and you’ll be surprised how he views his...

By Sammie Ann Wicks Forget everything you thought you knew about an Arizona constable’s work—Tempe’s new man in that job will tell you a far...

Scoop: Corona grad double dips as ice cream purveyor, CPR whiz

Jim Wise, owner of the store, was having a heart attack and went into cardiac arrest.

Tempe Kiwanis installs new officers, sets world’s children as focus of goals, objectives

David Whitehorn has been installed president of the Kiwanis Club of Tempe, succeeding Dr. Judy Aldrich

Hard work and achievement, not gender, pave the way for females in police careers

For some of Chandler’s finest, it’s just another part of life.

Racial equality in Kyrene schools to spark discussion at Oct. 23 session

Members of the Kyrene Superintendent’s Community Council will focus on the topic at a Governing Board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 23, at the district’s main office.

Recalling success at ‘Memory Cafe’

Not so long ago, having a memory disorder or caring for someone who did often meant isolation.

‘Movies in the Park’ to be held in Tempe through October

Movies in the Park, a free family movie series held the first three Friday evenings in October.

Tempe Tardeada celebrates Hispanic Heritage with free, family-friendly fun

Celebrate Tempe’s Hispanic roots at the 20th Annual Tempe Tardeada

KMS welcomes new principal, embraces IB curriculum

Kyrene Middle School is gaining momentum on its turn-around mission—to improve its scholastic ranking and also its reputation in the community—under the leadership of newly appointed principal Julio Martinez.

Observing Chandler’s colorful past: event celebrates city’s historical lore

From 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 8, Historic Downtown Chandler will transport visitors back in time with a celebration of yesteryear, promising a “living history” experience through live character storytelling and music.