COVID survivors offer a lifesaving gift of plasma to other victims

By Janie Magruder When Sally and Tom Hartley celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary in New York City in early March, the new coronavirus had not...

Parents react to TUHSD virtual town hall, raise concerns

The Tempe Union High School District’s virtual town hall meeting generated a wide array of commentary, as seen on the Keep Our Kids in...

500 new jobs coming to West Chandler

CVS Health is planning a 101,000-square-foot office at the Allred Park Place development in West Chandler. A city of Chandler spokeswoman said the company...

TUHSD virtual town hall rolls out district’s plan–for now anyway

Town Hall meetings typically draw a crowd, with audience members eager to take to the microphone, make their point and ask a question.

In a sea of community news, we cast a line for your thoughts, ideas

By Noah Kutz I’ve done a fair amount of fishing in my time—well, actually fishing through the pages of some how-to books more than doing...

Trapped at home with no place to go, Tempe Town Lake beckons

With temperatures soaring and cabin fever raging, Tempeans and others from across the Valley are turning to Tempe Town Lake for a cool time...

Tempe Fire Medical Rescue’s top rating could cut fire insurance rates

Did you know that Tempe homeowners and businesses could save money on insurance, thanks to a new national rating that puts Tempe Fire Medical Rescue among the top 1 percent of all fire departments in the United States?

Tempe nonprofit helping needy children put their best feet forward, literally

By Janie Magruder Michael Sublette hasn’t walked a mile in the shoes of a foster child or an underprivileged adolescent. But the Tempe resident did...

TUHSD shifts gears on re-opening plan; AZ School Board members urge Oct. 1 start...

They braved a brutally hot summer afternoon to let Tempe Union High School District’s governing board that they were fed up with the district’s plan for how school would reopen.

The inside story on how–and why–gyms fought back against Gov. Ducey’s executive order to...

A July 7 ruling from a Maricopa County Superior Court judge has forced the closure of gyms that had defied Gov. Ducey’s June 29 executive order.