Rural-Warner controversy: Long-vacant property up for new scrutiny; neighbors and developer disagree over rights

Special report & photos by Joyce Coronel A vacant lot at the northwest corner of Rural and Warner roads stands at the center of...

Candidates listed for Tempe’s March 13 Council election

Tempe’s March 13 special election is on the horizon, and campaign signs are popping up all over town as six candidates jockey for three positions.

Intel’s 10,000-plus W. Chandler employees now have a new boss

The more than 10,000 employees at Chandler’s two Intel facilities will now be answering to a new chief executive officer. Robert Swan served as chief financial officer...

New exec, new vision: Chandler rolls out a welcome mat to revitalized downtown

The new branding strives to encompass the many shifts in an increasingly urban atmosphere.
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Tempe boosts care for homeless by $1 million

Special Report By Susie Steckner Tempe is making steady progress toward housing chronically homeless people, and successfully keeping them housed. Focusing on this population is...

From Arizona to Greenland and back Prospectors’ rewards weighed in more than gold

By M.V. Moorhead There’s all this gold lying around out there; you just have to go pick it up. It’s that easy.” Josh Feldman is...

Chandler best in U.S. to achieve one’s dreams, Hartke tells chamber

By Joyce Coronel Autonomous vehicles, rubberized asphalt, housing, the environment and new businesses were among a plethora of issues Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke addressed in a...

Helpful tips about casting your ballot in Tempe, Chandler

By Michelle Hirsch Tuesday, March 10 is Election Day in Tempe and Chandler. Local governing board and city elections are nonpartisan, meaning a candidate does...

School parking lots pose danger for teen drivers

As local teens return to high schools for a fresh start this fall, many are driving to campus for the first time. I recall when...

Rescheduled Ostrich Festival wings its way into Chandler Oct. 30

At a time when bad news abounds, there's a bright and hopeful spot on the horizon: The iconic Ostrich Festival, postponed in March due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, will be held Oct. 30-Nov. 1 at Tumbleweed Park in Chandler.