The Preserve has released “Granddad’s Shoes” in time for the Fourth of July.
Among finalists is acting City Manager Josh Wright.
Despite overwhelming opposition from neighbors, it appears that plans are moving forward for an oil-change pit at McClintock and Warner in South Tempe.
Showcase celebrates release of the new Tempe Playlist, a city program that contains songs selected from 51 local musicians, compiled by Tempe City Arts.
Tempe Mayor Corey Woods testified before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee on infrastructure strategies, including affordable housing and public transit.
Tempe attempting to return to fiscal normalcy after COVID-19 pandemic caused belt tightening in an austere budget a year ago.
Chandler’s rapidly increasing population – now estimated at 260,000 – has brought with it a need for more bonding authority to cover capital improvements, the city says.
A dozen ASU fraternity members have created a 350-square-foot shaded patio at the Tempe Salvation Army Corps, where homeless people may find respite and gather.
Col. Wanda Wright, U.S. Air Force retired; national anthem by Sophia Pizzilo and Marine Corps Color Guard were part of festivities presided over by Tempe Mayor Corey Woods.
The awards are intended to illustrate the fabric of what makes downtown Chandler, Ariz., special.