A tip of the beret to Tempe Family History Center staffers for helping me discover who I really am

Think you know who you are? A visit to Tempe Family History Center might confirm or deny that.

With senior leaders, Marcos boys basketball makes a fast break toward new, higher goals

A 6-2 start renews Padres' hopes of making the Class 4A state playoff field.

Teacher says Corona student Santas, spreading joy outside their comfort zone just to make a kid happy, ‘is a better lesson than I could...

Holiday Buddies benefits Crockett Elementary, an inner-city Phoenix school attended primarily by homeless and refugee children, 100 percent of whom qualify for free and reduced-price meals.

Woman’s ‘Cookies ’n’ Cocoa’ honors friend’s life, gives healing, hope to Rover school community

Cierra Chamot organized Cookies ’n’ Cocoa at Rover Elementary, a Title 1 school in Tempe Elementary School District, in memory of her late friend, Heather Began.

South Tempe native driven to make positive impact on community through his Fiesta Bowl work

Brett Miller has been volunteering to do charitable work for the bowl since he was a child.

Cardinals partner with State Farm to provide holiday meals to 500 selected families in TUHSD

8,000 meals in microwaveable containers, prepared by Craft Culinary Concepts at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, were hauled in a semi-trailer to Tempe.

Amazon bringing 550 new jobs to downtown Tempe in 63,000-square-foot expansion of office space

Jobs will include software-development engineers, senior solution architects, project managers and business analysts.

BLOWN AWAY: Drybar expands to Tempe despite continuing difficulty filling positions  

Owner of six shops, including at The Watermark, has 50 openings throughout her organization and finds candidates not showing for job interviews.
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