Prepare for road closures, transit changes in Tempe due to Pat's Run this weekend

Look out for these road closures and transit changes this weekend in Tempe.


Caffe Boa wants customers to learn about Italian dishes, ingredients

Caffe Boa serves a variety of authentic, handmade Italian classics and dishes with new twists on Old World flavors.




Earth Day Extravaganza in Tempe to feature eco-friendly products, education and entertainment

The event will have interactive vendors, a happy hour and a fashion show.


Drink Me! Tea Room brings high tea to Tempe

The name of Drink Me! Tea Room is an ode to Lewis Carroll’s “Alice in Wonderland,” Harlan’s favorite book. Harlan said she wants anyone who comes in to have the best experience she can create. 


4 things to do in the East Valley April 14-17

Here are four things for residents to do in the East Valley the weekend of April 14-17.




ADOT continues work on Broadway Curve project

An estimated 300,000 vehicles pass through the I-10 Broadway Curve area on any given weekday, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. That number is expected to increase by 25% by 2040—a determining factor in embarking on a yearslong effort to expand the 11-mile stretch of freeway.


Two local projects to change face of downtown Tempe, Town Lake

The city of Tempe is making progress on two developments that would drive tourism in the downtown area—including an adaptive reuse project at one of the city’s most historic locations and a $1.8 billion development set to span 15 years alongside Tempe Town Lake.


Maricopa County Assessor Eddie Cook and team explain office's role in property taxes

As valuations have recently been mailed to county property owners, Community Impact Newspaper sat down March 22 to chat with Eddie Cook and two of his top executives about how the Maricopa County Assessor's Office works.



10 things to do in and around Tempe in April

Here are 10 things to do across Tempe in April.


Tempe's water, wastewater and stormwater rate study underway

The city of Tempe is conducting a study to determine if rate adjustments are needed for water, wastewater and stormwater services to maintain the financial stability of the utility, according to a news release from the city. 


Themed bar opens in Gilbert; 3 restaurants coming to Chandler; 4 new businesses set for Tempe and more top area news

Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Gilbert, Tempe and Chandler areas.


Tempe Tour de Fat to cause transportation adjustments, detours and closures

According to the city, other restrictions and closures not listed here may occur based on need.



Tempe water entertainment features offer relief from rising temperatures

Free activities include visiting one of Tempe's splash pads or a community pool.


3 businesses open in Gilbert; restaurant under construction in Chandler and more area news

Read the top business news from the past week from the Chandler and Gilbert areas.



4 Tempe businesses set to open soon

Here are four businesses set to open in Tempe.



Whataburger, Jersey Mike's opening in Gilbert; discover Chandler summer camps and more top local news

Read the most popular Gilbert and Chandler news from the past week.


ADOT opens new SR 24 stretch near Bell Bank Park

The accelerated opening allows additional access to the new Bell Bank Park and some residential areas.


Tempe to hold community food and supply drive April 2

Tempe Neighborhoods Together will host a nonperishable food, feminine hygiene supplies and pet food drive-thru event April 2, according to a news release from the city.


Here are seven businesses that have recently opened across Tempe

Here are seven businesses now open in and around Tempe.