Protestors at Dayspring United Methodist seek referendum on bills that harm school funding

Protestors gathered at Dayspring United Methodist Church over the weekend to support a ballot referendum to repeal recent tax cuts enacted by the Legislature that could harm school funding.

Council member Arredondo-Savage will not seek re-election for 4th term

Robin Arredondo-Savage announced Saturday that she will not seek re-election after 12 years on Tempe City Council.

Jeff Glover named Tempe police chief

Glover had retired in February, 2020, as a commander after 20 years with the department.

Tempe Council member Kuby running for state Corporation Commission

Lauren Kuby, a two-term Tempe City Council member and former vice mayor, is running for a four-year term on the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2022.

CHAMPION FOR CHILDREN: Tempe woman earns child-advocate award

Ann Lynn DiDomenico was selected 2021 First Things First East Maricopa Region Champion for Young Children.

Virtual public meeting set Aug. 4 on Broadway Curve Improvement Project

Updates expected on the 11-mile, 3 1/2-year Interstate 10 Broadway Road Improvement Project.

Salvation Army excessive-heat relief stations activated today, Wednesday

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services is activating heat-relief stations Aug. 3-4 at Tempe Corps Community Center, 40 E. University Drive, and Chandler Corps Community Center, 85 E. Saragosa St.

2 Tempe ruggers on U.S. team take place in spotlight in Tokyo Olympics

Brett Thompson, of Marcos de Niza High and the University of Arizona, and Maceo Brown, of Corona del Sol and Grand Canyon University, shine in Tokyo on U.S. Olympic rugby team.
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