Tempe Community Action Agency and the Tempe Police Department have joined forces in a combined, first-ever Take a Bite Out of Hunger food drive to benefit TCAA’s food pantry initiative.
Tempe’s City Council chambers overflowed with well-wishers as two current council members and one new one were sworn into office in an official City Hall observance.
The #RedForEd movement is rolling along, despite the seasonal summer break. It’s a lower profile, of course, compared with the large volume of teachers who participated in the walkout in April.
The city of Tempe will host an information session on the two propositions that will appear on the city’s Nov. 6 Special Election ballot.
Mayor Mark Mitchell has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the U.S. Conference of Mayors
Tempe development projects that legally used a key, state-sanctioned development incentive can continue
The city of Tempe provided the following commentary relating to an announcement from Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich regarding a lawsuit over a method used by Tempe to help stimulate economic development.
The new branding strives to encompass the many shifts in an increasingly urban atmosphere.
Texting is one of the easiest and most popular methods to communicate.
The Chandler Chamber of Commerce has released its 2018 candidate endorsements for public office after the recent completion of their Good Government candidate interviews.
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.