Help available for Tempe residents via no-cost Financial Navigator Program  

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Tempe is participating in the no-cost Financial Navigator Program to help residents manage money woes during the holiday season.

Nominations deadline approaching for 23rd Annual MLK Diversity Awards

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Deadline is Dec. 15 to nominate someone inspirational for the MLK Diversity Awards, hosted each year by Tempe and the Human Relations Commission.

Free COVID-19 tests Dec. 2-3 at Westside Multigenerational Center

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Tempe will offer free COVID-19 saliva tests in partnership with ASU Biodesign Institute, Tempe Fire Medical Rescue and Care7 Dec. 2-3 at Westside Multigenerational Center, 715 W. Fifth St. Saliva testing is quick, easy and reliable.

Staying indoors cramping your style? Take your art to the park

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Artists take note: the city of Tempe’s ever-popular Arts in the Parks program is back this fall with physically distanced activities that will bring...

A holiday from cooking

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Christmas may not be on most people’s minds these days, but Great Harvest Bread Co. is celebrating anyway. From July 20 to July 25, the...

Kids can play in a world of make-believe at library’s ‘Fantasyland’

For kids (and their parents!) who are wearing thin with the rigors of home confinement, Tempe Public Library has a solution. It’s called Fantasyland, and...

500 new jobs coming to West Chandler

CVS Health is planning a 101,000-square-foot office at the Allred Park Place development in West Chandler. A city of Chandler spokeswoman said the company...

Casinos will aid non-profits

Gila River Hotels & Casinos—Wild Horse Pass, Lone Butte and Vee Quiva—are accepting submissions from Arizona nonprofits for jackpot funds, applications for which will...

Tempe reopening some park amenities; city-operated pools, fitness centers remain closed

The City of Tempe continues to plan for the safe reopening of city facilities, programs and park amenities. Effective today, May 13, Tempe Mayor...

State to offer COVID-19 testing on three Saturdays beginning May 2

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The Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), in partnership with healthcare partners across the state, launched the Arizona Testing Blitz today, with the goal of testing 10,000 to 20,000 Arizonans for COVID-19 every Saturday for three consecutive weeks, beginning Saturday, May 2. 
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