Retired Tempe doctor’s view of pandemic, now vs past

By Joyce Coronel As the healthcare establishment continues its battle against COVID-19, a retired Tempe physician, once a high-profile leader in the medical community, offered...

Senior living org initiates ‘2 for 1’ support plan for local business, volunteers

During this time of uncertainty, many businesses and people are suffering financially and emotionally due to the precautions taken in light of COVID-19. That's...

Physical therapy a welcome bonus for Dignity ER patients

By Brock Blasdell That weekend warrior injury that leaves you in excruciating pain and lands you in the emergency department is not only the concern of...

Worsening coronavirus fears propel closures, cancelations

Editor's note: Since the initial publication of this article, numerous changes have occurred in the Tempe and West Chandler communities regarding COVID-19 prevention efforts. The...

Tempe fire, police deliver a message for change to kids at Tempe schools

Story and Photos by Noah Kutz Headlines across the nation read similarly: “They shared a bunk bed growing up. Both were killed by the police”...

Gen Z market and social media outreach is new collaborative’s focus

Wondering how you can reach millennials and Generation Z customers? A new digital marketing agency with a specialty in social media management and events...

March filmfest looks back at movies with a link to Tempe

By M.V. Moorhead Who knew that Tempe had such a long and varied movie career. As one might expect, the fine folks at Tempe History Museum did....

Chamber honored for helping students achieve in workplace

The Chandler Chamber of Commerce has been honored by Chandler-Gilbert Community College as the 2020 Teal and Silver Business Partner of the Year. The award...

Millennials buoyed by home prices; others not so much

By Don Kirkland Home sellers in and around Tempe and West Chandler seem to be cashing in on market conditions that have sent prices soaring. At...

Helpful tips about casting your ballot in Tempe, Chandler

By Michelle Hirsch Tuesday, March 10 is Election Day in Tempe and Chandler. Local governing board and city elections are nonpartisan, meaning a candidate does...
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