How to relive some of railroading’s ‘Glory Days’ — all fun, no charge

Train lovers, history buffs and people of all ages will have the opportunity to climb aboard and explore a piece of America’s railway history...

Hiking-trail veteran due at arts venue

As weather heats up and the warmer days of spring remind residents of West Chandler that they live in the desert, the Chandler Center...

Sunset library to host forum on city’s past

Though Chandler is now a bustling city where businesses thrive and nearly a quarter of a million people live, in the not-so-distant past it...

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Library hosting series on dementia Dementia is a word people tend to cringe over, often for fear of the aggressive disease and its spiraling symptoms. The...

Two unique programs due at Tempe Center for the Arts

Tempe Center for the Arts continues its flair for innovative programming with two performances in early February.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon quenches runners’ thirst to help Tempe Sister Cities

The Rock n’ Roll Marathon isn’t just for running and music fanatics

1,000 jobs to open with bank expansion

Newly arrived Bank of the West may hire up to 1,000 people at a new office that will support company operations across the U.S. “Our...

Tempe and Chandler students to perform live Mulan production Feb. 10

By Joyce Coronel Disney’s 1998 animated film “Mulan” might be the first and only exposure many Americans ever had to the ancient Chinese legend the...

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Diablos seeking top teachers to honor Looking for the perfect way to recognize an extraordinary Kyrene, Tempe Elementary or Tempe Union educator or staff member...

Area Harkins will be among hosts of Feb. 11-25 Jewish filmfest

Harkins Tempe Marketplace will be among theaters featuring the 22nd annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival, running Feb. 11-25, 2018, across the Valley.
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