Clothing was added for the first time this year to the list of recyclable items accepted at Tempe’s annual Zero Waste Recycle-thon, attended by more than 650 people Saturday.
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Correction: A previous version of this article misattributed information from City of Tempe spokeswoman Sue Taaffe to Jyme Sue McLaren, deputy public works manager for the City of Tempe.
Rehearsing for the last performance of the 2011-2012 Sonoran Chamber Music Series, ASU associate professor of cello Thomas Landschoot and his nearly 14-year mentor and colleague, pianist Martin Katz, filled the Tempe Center for the Arts concert hall with classical music.
Angela Wilson gave her shoes to the Here on the Corner clothing boutique on College Avenue Tuesday morning, then she attended class, rode her bike home and went to the grocery store, all with bare feet.
Tempe plans to open the Hayden Flour Mill on April 25 about six months after renovations began despite controversy over finishing details.
ASU Health Services hosted a grand opening Tuesday to showcase its newly renovated and expanded building, a long-awaited $10 million project.
The estimated illegal immigrant population in the U.S. fell nationally from 11.6 million in 2010 to 11.5 million in January 2011, with 360,000 illegal immigrants living in Arizona, according to a March Department of Homeland Security report.
The 2012 presidential race has required sifting through too much information rather than searching for more, a top Washington Post editor said Thursday evening.
Tempe Police reported the following incident Tuesday:
ASU Police reported the following incidents Monday:
Empty office space in downtown Tempe is slowly refilling with businesses, signaling developers to plan new buildings in the area.
Tempe residents’s overall satisfaction with city services is 33 percent above the national average at 90 percent, according to the city’s community attitude survey results for 2011.
Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman chastised city officials at a council meeting Thursday for wording an Indian gaming policy draft in a way that could jeopardize relations between Tempe and surrounding Native American communities.
ASU art professor Mary Erickson has been authoring lesson plans to accompany Tempe Center for the Arts exhibits since its first art show in 2007.
Environmental groups accused an ASU professor of having a conflict of interest that tainted his research and teaching after leaked documents in February revealed the professor’s connection to the spread of information questioning the use of fossil fuels as a cause of climate change.
Tempe Police reported the following incident Wednesday:
In the wake of protests from pro-Israel student organizations Tuesday, ASU’s Students for Justice in Palestine took down its “Apartheid Wall.”
Tempe Police reported the following incidents Tuesday:
With an increase of local brewers, labels and festivals, Arizona is catching up to other areas in the country where homemade beer is the norm.
A lawmaker’s bill, which would have prevented print advertisers from dramatically altering images, did not see a vote this year but has initiated a debate among groups about false advertising and the portrayal of women’s bodies.