Impact of a Coyotes arena-entertainment district could reach all the way to South Tempe

Coyotes request for a 30-year property-tax abatement off-putting to some members of Tempe City Council.

Now a half-century old, Tempe Sister Cities remains a history maker on the world scene

Tempe Sisters Cities founder Dick Neuheisel, with help from former Tempe mayor and U.S. Congressman Harry Mitchell, launched the first partnership with a communist city, Skopje in Yugoslavia.

Need work? Virtual career fair June 9 designed to connect job seekers with top companies

More than 25 companies, including those in tourism/hospitality, healthcare and technology, have registered to take part in the Virtual Diversity Career Expo on June 9.

South Tempe neighborhoods unlikely to suffer broken water-main flood like U.S. 60-McClintock

U.S. 60 has been repaired and reopened following a May 7 water-main break.

Tempe Streetcar makes long-awaited debut with free rides to passengers during opening year

The long-awaited, nearly $200 million, 3-mile-long Tempe Streetcar system, intended to create a more-connected downtown, debuts May 20, and riders get a free ride during its opening year. .

Tempe recognizes 38 service-bound graduates with annual gala sendoff at Center for the Arts

More than 300 service-bound residents of Tempe honored since program began in 2015.

Downtown Tempe’s Foodie Fri-YAY ideal for kicking off May weekends with food and bevs

Festivities are 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Fridays in May (May 13, 20 and 27) at Tempe Beach Park, 80 W. Rio Salado Pkwy., Downtown Tempe.

United Food Bank/National Association of Letter Carriers Food Drive set to return on May 14

United Food Bank, among the recipients of donations, serves more than 228,000 Arizonans in need living in the Southeast Valley.
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