Fire safety, CPR open house Oct. 10

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

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

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

Tempe seeks input on marijuana regulations after Prop 207 passes.

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

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

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

“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

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

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.