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Tempe City Council Candidates Question of the Week

Background: In 2020, the 1/10th of 1% sales tax that was passed to fund the Tempe Center for the Arts will sunset. Since the TCA continues to loose money and appears to be unable to create a viable and sustainable plan for both fundraising and programming to at least achieve a breakeven budget, there is […]

Tempe Police Department

Tempe Police Arrest Serial Burglars

On 08/11/2014 Tempe Police arrested 18 year old Chris Vega (DOB: 05/07/1996) and 18 year old Noah Cobbs (DOB: 06/30/1996) for multiple counts of residential burglary, attempted burglary, trafficking Stolen Property, and Trespass. This concluded an in depth investigation that began four weeks ago when patrol officers started seeing a burglary trend of second story […]

Kim Bauer

Featured Tempe Listing of The Week

This loft has a one of a kind custom floor plan and is the largest unit within The Fifth Street Lofts Development. Contemporary details, including exposed red cylinder block, solid wood floors, open steal stairs, stained concrete floor, granite counter-tops, tile showers, clear story open space, Sub Zero appliance package & much more. Attention to […]

Lawn Griffiths

Kiwanis Club of Tempe meet Thursday evening at Spokes for mid-summer happy hour

The Kiwanis Club of Tempe will meet  5:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday Aug.14 at Spokes on Southern Neighborhood Grill and Ale House in an informal  happy hour setting.  Dutch treat. We WON’T have our regular  Thursday noon meeting at Shalimar.  This is the third to final Thursday of August and part of our KCOT Summer Meeting […]

Tempe Union High School District

TEMPE UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT RECEIVES “A” RATING

The 2013-2014 A-F letter grades have been released by the Arizona Department of Education. The Tempe Union High School District again received the letter grade “A” and for the first time, so did all six of its comprehensive high schools:   “A” Rated   Tempe Union High School District (4th year) Corona del Sol High […]

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Brian H. Smith, an accomplished researcher in behavioral neuroscience and professor at the School of Life Sciences, has been named associate dean of graduate initiatives in the Graduate College at Arizona State University.In his new position, Smith will lead international initiatives at the Graduate [...]

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Tempe Community Action Agency

Volunteers are vital to the efforts of area nonprofits including TCAA, which annually assists more than 30,000 East Valley individuals, including children, families, seniors and the homeless. One of Tempe’s long-standing human services agencies, TCAA offers a comprehensive array of services that hel [...]

Ready to Provide Help to More People in Need Building on its more than 50 years of service to people in need, Tempe Community Action Agency (TCAA) is opening a new office at 2146 E. Apache Blvd in Tempe. The recently completed structure is named The Norton and Ramsey Center in honor of long-time TCA [...]

Ronald came to the I-HELP Shelter Program in May 2015. Prior to arriving at I-HELP, he had been living in Paulden, AZ working alongside a rancher. Ronald was a hired Ranch hand-rustling cattle, fixing fences, irrigation, and basic maintenance issues as needed. He was able to live on the ranch while [...]