Calif. tech firm bringing headquarters, manufacturing facility to Chandler

California tech giant VIAVI is moving its headquarters and a manufacturing facility -- 100 jobs -- to Chandler.

1,000 new jobs forecast as financial services firm announces move to West Chandler

An estimated 1,000 new jobs are coming to West Chandler in the near future following an announcement by a leading financial services firm...

Disaster close-up via a man who’s seen it all

Mark Moorehead may be 1,200 miles away and high and dry from the same raging torrents that inundated Houston and much of Florida, but he still can’t forget the often lifechanging results that nature can produce.

MAG OKs independent noise study amid outcries over widened Loop 101

The Maricopa Association of Governments and Arizona Department of Transportation, at the request of Tempe Mayor Corey Woods, have agreed to an independent noise...

Hospital, patient join in pioneering medicine’s future

By Deborah Hilcove Decked out in her red cowboy boots and black Stetson, retired goldsmith Dale Connors looks the part of a pioneer. But the...

A harrowing tale . . . and it could happen here

Editor’s note: You may be wondering how a story originating in Florida applies to us in this part of the world, but venture out...

Flagstaff ‘Hulabaloo’ draws Tempe, Chandler participants

Photographer Billy Hardiman headed to the cool country over the weekend for Flagstaff’s Hullabaloo celebration, an annual community festival that has raised over $75,000...

SEWING MACHINES: F.A.B.R.I.C. employees pitch in to mass-produce isolation gowns for medical industry

F.A.B.R.I.C. employees in Tempe pitch in to mass-produce 500K isolation gowns for medical industry.

Actor’s Equity veteran takes a bow at Tempe Arts Center

You know how they say Arizona’s a dry heat?” asks Ralph Remington.

West Chandler experiences influx of entrepreneurial initiative, priests, in nod to globalization

When Dr. A. J. Chandler settled in the Arizona Territory in 1891, he couldn’t have known that one day in the future, the city named for him would host a gathering of African-born clergy.