Fire safety, CPR open house Oct. 10

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West Chandler residents and their citywide neighbors are being invited to attend a free open house being held at Chandler's Fire, Health & Medical...

Bike-lane regs again up for discussion, possible new fines for infractions

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Controversy over Tempe’s bike lanes is nothing new, but the saga continues as the city continues to develop guidelines with an eye to the future.

Global campaign inspires Rotarians; club studies adding new members

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Kyrene Corridor Rotary Club, the south Tempe branch of a widely heralded international organization aimed at improving the world through hands-on projects and fundraisers,...

Need a summer job? Try Tempe job fair May 8 at Pyle Adult Rec...

Summer jobs, free Chromebooks, free COVID-19 vaccines, free youth transit-ride passes, chalk art and cultural performances, Chamber Business Excellence Awards finalists and a Girl Scout Gold Award -- it's all right here in this loaded installment of Tempe briefs.

Tempe seeks input on marijuana regulations after Prop. 207 passes

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Tempe seeks input on marijuana regulations after Prop 207 passes.

26-year-old Bashas’ gets ‘state-of-the-art’ renovation

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One of south Tempe’s most recognizable shopping centers is showing off its newest finery this week with completion of a full-scale remodeling that brings...

Economy causing increase in crime around rental, vacant properties

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When you think of an occupation that might involve wandering into a crime scene or being threatened with violence, you think of a police...

Memories of wars’ injured still haunt Army nurse

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“I think once you’ve been to something like Vietnam, and you’re a little bit older, you understand that you are not mortal.” The words capture...

Area homeless to be counted in city-wide study, pets included

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If there seem to be more homeless people inhabiting city streets, including those refusing to abandon their companion pets, it’s not just a perception. Officials...

With roots in their communities, newspapers still deliver

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Once every month or so our mailbox holds a copy of the latest Editor & Publisher magazine, the U.S. newspaper industry’s bible that dates back to 1901 and, in my case, to the 1950s when I was a reporter for a couple of L.A.’s big dailies. I’ve skimmed the magazine’s pages for all those years but, admittedly, sometimes overlook it entirely.
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