Jon Ladd of Tempe writes that he never has seen one player turn around a high school football program the way senior quarterback Quade Swearingen has at Corona del Sol.
Holiday lights and decorations are appearing throughout Downtown Chandler and the holiday spirit is growing in anticipation of the month-long Chandler for the Holidays events to celebrate the season.
By Noah Kutz Fake trees? Forget about them. Those plastic branches and metal spines may be hassle- free, but nothing can replace the aroma of...
Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and for many in Tempe and W. Chandler, that means gathering with friends and loved ones to share a special meal and ponder blessings received.
The Tempe Union High School District and Kyrene School District are joining Tempe Elementary School School District in returning to virtual learning due to rising levels of COVID-19 in the area.
After Corona del Sol High finished the regular-season a perfect 8-0, the Aztecs were among eight teams awarded berths in the Arizona Open Division football playoffs.
Christine Hotchkiss will never forget her daughter Nicole Marie, a smart, outgoing, giggly teen who loved the outdoors, dreamed of becoming a neonatal anesthesiologist and was so protective of her baby brother that she wanted to sleep with him in his crib.
More than 50 locally-owned businesses in Downtown Chandler will be featured during Small Business Saturday on Nov. 28, sponsored by Downtown Chandler Community Partnership.
The organizer of a Nov. 1 faith-based concert at Tempe Beach Park that proceeded without proper permitting may face legal action by Tempe.
Undefeated Corona del Sol can celebrate a likely Open Division or 6A high school football playoff berth, while Marcos de Niza (4A) and Valley Christian (3A) already have made their respective play-in brackets in a banner year for South Tempe-West Chandler teams.