Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke confirmed that he is quarantined at home after he tested positive for COVID-19.
Angry South Tempe equestrian lovers tell Tempe City Council that a homeowner's block wall encroaches on one of their favorite bridle paths.
The new look of city government, what’s open and closed for MLK Day and a boost for the Fire Department: It’s all right here in this installment of Chandler Briefs.
Laser Components Detector Group brings a highly skilled workforce to its new 29,000-square-foot facility at at 2277 N. Nevada St., in the Uptown Chandler employment corridor.
Eleven people and organizations, including students, have been named winners of the 2021 MLK Diversity Awards, which honor those who demonstrate a commitment to diversity, inclusion and who exemplify the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., by working to make his dreams a reality.
Tempe increases rates for water and solid-waste services.
Chandler is looking for a new city manager after Marsha Reed, city manager since 2016, announced that she is resigning effective March 4.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Committee has opened applications for the annual Merle Fister Veteran Scholarship.
Chandler-based Local Motors has signed a lease for 10,000 square feet at Chandler Tech Center, 7400 W. Detroit St., with 80 percent of the building dedicated to office space, the remainder for research and development.
Volunteers from A Common Thread hand-crafted 300 caps for newborns in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and continuing-care nursery at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center.