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CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN: Tempe woman earns child-advocate award

Ann Lynn DiDomenico was selected 2021 First Things First East Maricopa Region Champion for Young Children.

Could Tempe finally land pro sports team? Coyotes are interested in move

National Hockey League team says it will respond to Tempe's request for proposal to build arena and entertainment complex on 46 city-owned acres at Priest Drive and Loop 202 south of Salt River.

Tempe hopes to improve operation, infrastructure at its 2 golf courses

Tempe request for proposal is for public/private partnership to ensure long-term viability of public golf, address capital-improvements, provide revenue to city and expand game.

Forecast for July 28: Job Monsoon, blowing fresh air into city labor woes

As many as 100 companies across Tempe are desperately searching for qualified staffers to fill their job openings.

In-house candidate Joshua Wright emerges from a nationwide search and named Chandler city manager

New Chandler city manager Joshua Wright joined the city in 2017 as assistant city manager and has been acting city manager since March.

Lottery’s generosity offsets burglary loss at The Center for Habilitation

Burglars took catalytic converters from 12 TCH vans that are used to transport the disabled.

New electric-vehicle charging stations now available at Tempe Public Library

The stations, made by ChargePoint, can be easily located by EV drivers using an app that maps out a nationwide charging network.

Noted lawyer, jurist selected as Chandler’s new city magistrate

Veteran jurist Alicia Skupin received a two-year appointment by Chandler City Council as Municipal Court chief magistrate.
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