For decades Chandler Unified School District had to manage huge growth as this part of the East Valley transformed from farms to suburbs. Now, it has a different challenge.
In the wake of the crushing May 16 voter rejection of the Arizona Coyotes’ deal with Tempe, other East Valley communities are bubbling up in discussions about the hockey team’s future home.
No one outside of Mark Eric Ponsati knows what exactly happened the night he beat his wife to death in their Gilbert home. As far as the State of Arizona is concerned, the truth died with Sherri Ponsati.
A retired U.S. Army officer and decorated combat veteran will speak at a Memorial Day ceremony, 9:30-10:30 a.m., Monday, May 29 at Gilbert Civic Center’s lawn, 50 E. Civic Center Drive.
The Chandler Unified School District is among the best performing in the state. The man who leads the district is being rewarded for that.
The state has suspended payments to over 100 behavioral health group home and outpatient treatment providers believed to be engaging in Medicaid fraud – including six in Gilbert.
A non-denominational church has purchased the site it sits on and two nearby commercial buildings at the 166-acre Gilbert Town Square for $24 million.
Competitive pay and critical facility maintenance are some of the proposed expenditures for a 15% budget override and a $100-million bond going to Gilbert Public Schools voters this November in an all-mail election.
Gilbert Officer Levi Leyba remembered responding to a call where a grandmother reported that her grandson was missing.
Ten buildings housing 568 residential units are coming to the 738-acre master-planned Cooley Station neighborhood.
Gilbert Public Schools spends $20 million a year to keep its 250 buildings in shape but it needs well over that amount annually in order to sustain them through the remainder of their life cycles, according to consultants.
Gilbert Public Schools is preparing to ask voters this November for more money by continuing a 15% budget override and approving a bond likely to be between $100 million and $125 million.
Seventy-three-old Frank Bernal was living his retirement years tending to vegetables on his acre-plus lot about a mile from Gilbert Town Hall, playing golf and visiting with his extended family of 10 siblings.
The Squires of the Lab Table said they had no idea they were actually a pretty good robotics team until they won their state qualifier.
Gilbert Planning commissioners last week gave a thumb up to a compromise to put open space, apartments, retail and “a cool destination spot” of restaurants on 39 acres that would shield homes from a proposed 271-acre light industrial development called The Ranch.
Gilbert Police Chief Michael Soelberg got $3.6 million to tie his department over through June to cover mostly overtime that included stationing cops at council meetings during the controversial Ranch light-industrial project discussions.
As elected leaders tasked with shaping Gilbert, Town Council members should be worth its weight in gold but are earning peanuts, according to one Gilbert resident.
Dominique Hypolite purchased an electric scooter from West Coast Scooters in Gilbert last year for her son’s 16th birthday.
A 9-year-old East Valley girl with a rare bone cancer is leading Chandler-based Children’s Cancer Network’s 13th annual Run to Fight Children’s Cancer on Saturday, May 6, at Riverview Park in Mesa.