One of Tempe’s oldest adobe homes, the Elias-Rodriguez House, welcomes visitors to explore the historic property this spring, further establishing itself as a landmark of the city’s Mexican American heritage.
Grass Clippings at Rolling Hills launched its night golf programming Dec. 1, finally “turning on the lights” at Arizona’s first fully-lit golf course.
Kyrene School District Governing Board recently heard from district officials about how the improvements at the district’s office complex have been going since the board authorized the first phase of construction in January.
Seven intersections within the city of Tempe are among the top 100 Phoenix metro intersections with the highest crash risk, according to the latest report from the Maricopa Association of Governments.
Students and parents from around the Valley are increasingly looking at alternative schooling options — such as microschools or online K-12 programs — to find an education that best fits their needs.
Tempe Center for the Arts brings vibrancy to the community through targeted programs, shows and more thanks to the city’s continued commitment to Tempe artists and residents, city council was told recently.
Arizona State University has canceled U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib’s (D-Mich.) scheduled speaker event at the Tempe campus today, which was to center on the ongoing conflict between Israel and …
Kwikbit Internet launched in Tempe on Nov. 4, aiming to bring budget-friendly and reliable internet to Contempo Tempe, a 55 and up mobile home community.
As the county continues to process votes for the Nov. 7 election, initial results point to voters approving Kyrene School District’s bond and override, even with calls from the Arizona GOP to vote no on bond measures.
Kyrene School District's bond and override measures likely to pass based on latest county ballot counts.
Ostriches are a lesser-known Arizona attraction, despite not being native to the area, and while they’re a rare sight across the Valley now, Tempe used to be a hub for the local ostrich industry.
Kyrene School District earned an A rating for the district at large, with its 26 schools receiving varying scores, per the Arizona State Board of Education’s 2023 report card for school districts across the state.