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

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.

Kuby’s $148K animal-welfare plan, mostly for feral cats, raises concerns

Large groups of homeless cats are becoming common throughout Tempe, where Councilmember Lauren Kuby plans to propose spending $148,000 on an animal-welfare program.

History museum, TCA gallery reopen; library expands in-person offerings

What's up in Tempe? It’s all right here in this installment of Tempe News Briefs!

TEMPE KEEPS MASK MANDATE: Coverings required in businesses, public places, City Council affirms

Tempe joins Phoenix, Tucson and Flagstaff in keeping a mask mandate in place despite Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's March 25 Executive Order prohibiting mask mandates by local governments.

Tempe Library’s April 10 book sale to feature discounted literary treasures

An estimated 5,000 books will be available for purchase at sharply discounted prices 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 10 at Tempe Public Library during the Friends of the Tempe Library’s annual sale.

Tempe’s Earth Month sustainability initiatives designed to engage youth

Tempe, in conjunction with Arizona State University, will launch sustainability initiatives throughout April in observance of Earth Month.

3.5 tons of food donated for people, pets in action agency’s call for help

Tempe residents recently donated 3 1/2 tons of food to Tempe Community Action Agency, the Aris Foundation and Saving One Life.

Lincoln’s words resonate today through Tempe trial attorney

Tempe trial attorney Glynn Gilcrease, who doubles as a professional Abraham Lincoln impersonator, says the 16th president's words carry relevance today.
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