The evolution of trains – not to mention the basis of Tempe’s current transit system—wheeled its way into the Tempe Historical Museum during the recent opening of the Trains in Tempe exhibit.
Being a highly educated city holds enormous potential for the future of Tempe.
The city of Chandler has long understood that a strong export economy is a critical component to the foundation of our local robust business economy.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has named the current president and chief executive officer of the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce as the successor to Mary Ann Miller, who retired effective Oct. 1.
The face of the East Valley is about to change again, thanks to a new development called “The Grand at Papago Park Center,” which officials of the local utility provider the Salt River Project have announced.
If the sounds of shuffling feet and the munching of human brains don’t deter you, Oct. 21 promises to offer a frightfully good prospect for fun.
Look out New York and Los Angeles: Tempe has its sights set on creating its own one-of-a-kind fashion hub.
Tempe Center for the Arts has named Luis Ruiz as its new general manager, with responsibility for day-to-day operations of a facility touted as the “jewel in the crown” of a city known Valley-wide for its support of the arts.
A new Tempe office of what has been called the leading global end-to-end provider of payroll and production management services for all aspects of the entertainment industry is coming to offices in the Hayden Station area of downtown Tempe.
Celebrating its 27th season with performances ranging from comedic and family-friendly to immersive and instrumental, and even theatrical, Chandler Center for the Arts has announced its 2016-17 season lineup of entertainment for all ages.