Chandler’s downtown community center gets a new look

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Chandler’s newly remodeled downtown Community Center will be officially rededicated by Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and City Council members in a public ceremony at 5:30...

A classic case of repurposing: Onetime pool now an organic garden

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I’ve always had just a little patch of a garden,” says Rose Courtney. “Here, I thought, I’m going to do it all the way.” The trouble was, her...

Police officer training to get a 21st century remake

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Although studies show that Chandler is getting safer, the city’s police chief knows that his officers go into their community each day on streets that seemingly are more challenging, more unpredictable—more dangerous.

Tempe man’s lifesaving act: It was ‘all in the family’

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By Joyce Coronel There’s nothing quite like a roaring fire to add a comforting glow to a cold winter’s morning—unless, of course, the flames happen...

Loss doesn’t dampen ex-Corona wrestler’s determination to win

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Fighting. Clawing. Scratching tooth and nail to get free. Gasping for air. Blurry vision. Eyes popping out of your head. The lights upstairs start...

Checklist of things to consider before scheduling a home-energy audit

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With temperatures flirting with their annual summer highs, Tempe and west Chandler residents once again are pondering ways to make sure that cooling costs...

‘Something for everyone’ as traditional Chandler festival takes flight for its 31st annual...

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By Joyce Coronel The 31st annual Chandler Chamber of Commerce Ostrich Festival takes wing March 8-10 at Tumbleweed Park, and organizers say the extravaganza will...

Family, friends rally as Corona senior fi ghts the battle of his life

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By Deborah Hilcove Once upon a time, a young man planned his future. It was summertime and he anticipated his senior year of high school,...

A ‘wacky’ journey through the pages of Arizona history

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They met in 1999 when south Tempe resident Conrad J. Storad was promoting his award-winning children's book, Don't Call Me Pig, at Border's Books...

How a pair of Arizona transplants plunged into Bay Area’s housing fray

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By Chase Kamp As a new resident to the Bay Area, it’s still a strange thrill to see the Twitter headquarters on Market Street, or to know that...
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