Protests mount against two South Tempe projects

By Sammie Ann Wicks Impending commercial development of two key adjacent corners in South Tempe has nearby neighbors scrambling to protest and resist the move....

Tempe councilmembers OK contested Valvoline site in South Tempe

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A vacant lot in South Tempe will likely become home to a Valvoline lube shop, in spite of opposition by many of those who live near the site.

Neighborhood protests put brakes on plans for proposed So. Tempe Valvoline location

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By Sammie Ann Wicks "In the past, it seems like most businesses that are proposed have been put through without a lot of consideration by...

What you need to know about using fireworks in Tempe and Chandler

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The Chandler Fire, Health & Medical (CFHM) Department is reminding residents that while some types of fireworks are legal to sell and purchase at local businesses, the use and misuse of fireworks can lead to personal injury, injury to others, harm to pets, property damage, and destruction of the environment.

‘Stay at home:’ Here are the facts

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By Noah Kutz Governor Ducey’s executive order to ‘Stay home, stay healthy, stay connected’ will come into effect for all individuals in Arizona at 5:00...

The effect of COVID-19 on Westchester Senior Living

Following a Maricopa County-wide trend of deaths from COVID-19 in nursing homes and long-term care facilities, a number of residents of Westchester Senior Living...

City News: Tempe opens a door to affordable housing

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Staff reports Mental illness and substance abuse provide a doubly disabling path for yet one more personal tragedy: homelessness. That is why Tempe’s selection for a...

The future of the Chandler market

Even before business owners began to face the full, staggering reality of an economic downturn, Chandler Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Terri Kimble had both...

Setting the record straight on water issues in Tempe

Editor’s note: The following, received Friday, Feb. 9, is a response to a commentary by Mary Lou Taylor that appeared in the Wrangler News...

Attorney to summit: Ruling makes it tougher for HOAs to levy fines

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Homeowners with unkempt front yards just caught a bit of a reprieve from the Arizona Court of Appeals. A recent decision by the court makes it more difficult for homeowners associations to levy fines.
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