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Chandler offering high-rent relief to families, income-loss aid to landlords

West Chandler residents searching for affordable housing and owners concerned about loss of rental-property income get good news from city.

Chamber board moves forward with new look, searches for new president

The Tempe Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has six new members, including a new chair, and the organization continues its search for a new president.

Gila River casinos partnering with Cardinals, BetMGM for sports betting

It’s a sure bet: Gila River Hotels & Casinos is partnering with the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL and BetMGM to operate four sportsbooks in metro Phoenix as part of a new gaming compact.

Protestors at Dayspring United Methodist seek referendum on bills that harm school funding

Protestors gathered at Dayspring United Methodist Church over the weekend to support a ballot referendum to repeal recent tax cuts enacted by the Legislature that could harm school funding.

Council member Arredondo-Savage will not seek re-election for 4th term

Robin Arredondo-Savage announced Saturday that she will not seek re-election after 12 years on Tempe City Council.

Tempe Council member Kuby running for state Corporation Commission

Lauren Kuby, a two-term Tempe City Council member and former vice mayor, is running for a four-year term on the Arizona Corporation Commission in 2022.

Wild Horse Pass comes up loser on fair, but winner on high-stakes tables

Arizona State Fair is not coming to Wild Horse Pass this fall after all, and you can bet on it -- and there are other things you can now bet on at Wild Horse Pass, including high-stakes table games.

The 3 ‘P’s’ to prosperity

Aspiring medical student. Snowmobile repairman. Sled-dog musher. Working with indigenous people in Canada. Man of the cloth. They’re all part of his life’s journey that shaped him and step by step brought Kevin Hartke to be mayor of Chandler.
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