After a long year thwarted by the COVID-19 pandemic, live music is back as the 22nd annual Chandler Jazz Festival comes to downtown Chandler April 8-10 to open the celebration of Jazz Appreciation Month.
An estimated 5,000 books will be available for purchase at sharply discounted prices 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 10 at Tempe Public Library during the Friends of the Tempe Library’s annual sale.
With delivery of its first car, the Tempe Streetcar moves one step closer to launch later this year.
Tempe, in conjunction with Arizona State University, will launch sustainability initiatives throughout April in observance of Earth Month.
A March 12 fight at Chandler Fashion Center involving nine young men, including three who were stabbed, was random, police say, and both the mall and nearby neighborhoods are safe places.
Northrop Grumman Corporation, with approximately 2,500 employees at its 47-acre Price Corridor campus, was awarded a contract for the Next Generation Inceptor program.
Dr. Omar Gonzalez, epidemiologist for Dignity Health, urges Arizonans not to become complacent about receiving the COVID-19 vaccination because caseloads are declining.
Mesa Community College extended Black History Month into a year-long observance, Black History 2021—A Year of Recognition, to honor Black people past and present.
Funeral homes, Like Bueler Mortuary in downtown Chandler, are the exception to the trend of small businesses struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic.
At Passover, Jews EAT a story, the great story at the center of our people: We were enslaved; now we are free.