It was their day, and at this senior center they made the most of...

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Residents celebrate Grandparents Day at Desert Marigold Senior Living

Tempe Police Chief Sylvia Moir agrees to resign, will leave position Oct. 25

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Sylvia Moir wrote to her staff that she agreed to resign as Tempe police chief because she has the clear impression that city leaders want to take leadership in a new direction.

Human trafficking: The plight of being young, vulnerable and unloved

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They’re young, confused, desperate and vulnerable. They’re usually from difficult home backgrounds that left them seeking something: love, affection, food, shelter, money. And there are people out there who can’t wait to prey upon them.

Emergency housing for city’s vulnerable earns U.S. honor

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On any given night in Tempe, more than 200 people lack shelter. This statistic prompted the Tempe Public Housing Authority and CARE 7, the...

Corona and Tempe grads receive coveted Young Humanitarian awards and scholarships

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As thousands of freshmen embark on their college careers at Arizona universities, two of them will stand out as having been named recipients of...

Honorees named for Tempe’s revered Don Carlos Awards

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With his typical self-deprecating humor, Woody Wilson, the 37th recipient of the Don Carlos Humanitarian Award presented by Tempe Community Council, mused that at...

Yea or neigh? Controversy over bridle path after neighbor builds block wall

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An almost seven-foot block wall built by a resident of Shady Lane Estates now impinges on a longstanding equestrian trail in South Tempe.

City of Tempe, non-profits combine resources to relieve crisis

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As a Tempe resident, I have always been proud that a hallmark of our city is that we care about each other.

Iconic Union Pacific Bridge . . . Two Tempe notables remember its glory days...

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Smoke billowing from last month’s derailment on the iconic Salt River Union Pacific Bridge was considerably heavier than what Harry Mitchell recalls from the steam locomotives that powered trains across it during his youth.

Assisted-living plans seemingly dashed; neighbors still on edge

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“We are against commercial business getting rich at the expense of our neighborhood,” the signs declare in black all-capital letters.
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