Woods, other mayors address Ducey’s mask rollback order

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Tempe Mayor Corey Woods and several other Arizona Democrat mayors expressed contempt for Gov. Doug Ducey's executive order that loosened or ended COVID-19 public-safety measures.

Arizona State Fair for 2021 moving to Wild Horse Pass in West Chandler

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The Arizona State Fair is temporarily moving to Wild Horse Pass on the Gila River Reservation for 2021, a larger venue than the state fairgrounds near downtown Phoenix, allowing more room for social distancing.

As ranks decline, Chandler and Tempe seek police recruits at April 3 job fair

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Valley law-enforcement agencies, including Chandler and Tempe police departments, are taking part in an April 3 job fair to combat declining numbers of officers.

Intel to build 2 new plants, add 3,000 high-paying jobs in historic $20 billion...

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Intel announced a historic $20 billion expansion at its Chandler Ocotillo Campus that will bring two new semiconductor manufacturing plants and 3,000 new jobs. 

Young advocates giving voice to the ‘Silents’ who suffered bullying, suicide

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Kirk Smalley founded Stand for the Silent because, “We couldn’t live in a world ... where babies were taking their own lives because of the actions of others.”

Security company Allied Universal hiring more than 450 in Tempe

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Allied Universal is hiring 450 security personnel in Tempe on March 24.

Capacity limitations lifted at Chandler Library and Tumbleweed Rec Center

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COVID-19 limitations have been lifted at some Chandler facilities.

Sucre bleu: French teacher turned dessert virtuoso keeps business sweet while managing tough times

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Tracy Dempsey has navigated many changes successfully to keep her small dessert and pastry bakery on University Drive near Priest in Tempe open through challenging times.

ADOT official: Noise-level readings, policies on Loop 101 follow guidelines

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Daina Mann of ADOT says in response to questions by Dr. Donald Boles that the agency followed procedures in selecting a diamond-grind finish on widened Loop 101.

Tempe artist draws a line on human suffering by giving to less fortunate

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Tempe artist Russ Cannizzaro is launching a company, Giving Arts, which will donate 50 percent of its net profit to charitable organizations.
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