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When Starbucks launched its partnership with Arizona State University in June 2014, it was hailed as a first-of-its kind employee benefit set to increase access to higher education. more
In the early hours this morning, the city of Tempe began construction on a roundabout at Grove Parkway and Priest Drive. As part of the Vision Zero action plan city leaders say they are on the … more
Tempe City Council is providing a $1.2 million transfer from the municipal general fund meant to provide a shot in the arm into expansion plans for creating more affordable housing within city … more
Arizona State University will not be raising tuition rates for current or incoming students amid the economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic, with Arizona’s two other state universities following suit. more
Real estate brokers at The Watermark | Tempe --- a new high-end mixed-use project --- have announced completed openings of 10 retail and restaurant tenants along with three significant office lease … more
Logistics around a “vaccine passport” are still up for debate, but in the near future showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test could not only be the fast pass to normalcy … more
What was once tranquil and delightful neighborhood enclaves in places like the Town of Paradise Valley and Old Town Scottsdale have been transformed to unregulated neighborhood motels, officials … more
As part of Tempe’s initiative to combat homelessness, the city has created a park safety program meant to improve upon city parks and support those experiencing homelessness. This effort is … more
Tempe City Council is implementing new strategies to help people who are experiencing the trauma of enduring homelessness within municipal bounds. more
At its last work session discussion, Tempe City Council discussed in detail of proposed programs to receive funding from 2021 tribal gaming grants. Arizona legislation “requires … more
The Tempe Human Services and Community Safety working group provided City Council updates recently of its efforts focused on improving the lives of local residents. Since its debut in 2018, the … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services has opened coronavirus vaccinations for age 16 and older at in Maricopa, Pima and Yuma counties. ADHS announced the move Monday morning. Vaccine … more
Putting safety first amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiesta Bowl Organization and Desert Financial Credit Union will share kindness statewide with a traveling tour coined, “Kindness … more
TruWest Credit Union and the Federal Home Bank of San Francisco are joining forces to help the American Lung Association. more
Elliot Park 10 now a part of Emeryville real estate portfolioCushman & Wakefield arranged the off-market sale of Elliot Park 10, a 95,300-square-foot, multi-tenant industrial property in Tempe. … more
The U.S. Department of Labor launched a search for employees from a Tempe-based plastering company that allegedly falsified records to avoid paying workers overtime, violating the Fair Labor … more
For the fourth year in a row, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University has topped the list of one study’s list of best value colleges in Arizona. more
Students in EVIT’s interior design program recently completed an interior renovation of a boutique at Mesa’s Jefferson Elementary School, 120 S. Jefferson Ave., where families in need can … more
From sketchbook to concrete, graffiti artist CLYDE has created murals throughout metropolitan Phoenix and has taken great lengths to produce them, literally. A dynamic 140-foot mural of a girl … more
As the nation approaches the 1-year mark of the global COVID-19 pandemic few groups have been more affected by the pandemic than public school teachers. Last spring, when classes suddenly went … more
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