Price Corridor, Chandler's largest employment hub, recently received the prestigious, rarely-awarded Best of Arizona honor for economic development.
More than 180 Tempe-based small businesses split $1.2 million in grants from the city to help sustain them during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Tempe Small-Business Grant Program.
A Tempe cancer patient was a victim of theft twice in two months inside the same Bashas', at Warner and McClintock in Tempe.
True Blue Tempe, while not officially affiliated with the Tempe Police Department, is a group of businesses that support the police, advocating for respect for law and order and for a strong, well-trained, well-funded department.
Tempe will offer free COVID-19 saliva tests in partnership with ASU Biodesign Institute, Tempe Fire Medical Rescue and Care7 Dec. 2-3 at Westside Multigenerational Center, 715 W. Fifth St. Saliva testing is quick, easy and reliable.
Holiday lights and decorations are appearing throughout Downtown Chandler and the holiday spirit is growing in anticipation of the month-long Chandler for the Holidays events to celebrate the season.
More than 50 locally-owned businesses in Downtown Chandler will be featured during Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28, sponsored by Downtown Chandler Community Partnership.
The organizer of a Nov. 1 faith-based concert at Tempe Beach Park that proceeded without proper permitting may face legal action by Tempe.
COVID-19 prompts Tempe mayor to extend time for developers to get permits, reviews.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods, in his first State of the City address on Oct. 30, focused on how Tempe is attempting to help businesses, residents and non-profits in the wake of COVID-19.