Civility and the First Amendment clashed in last week’s Gilbert Town Council meeting after Mayor Brigette Peterson directed police to escort three residents out of chambers for silently holding signs that read “Stop Lying” and “Don’t Mesa my Gilbert.”
Thanks to a $10 million item in the current state budget, the East Valley Institute of Technology hopes to open a residence hall for foster teens on its downtown Mesa campus by the 2023-24 school year.
The trial for Higley Unified School District’s ex-superintendent on charges related to alleged contract rigging and taking payoffs has been rescheduled to Dec. 13 from Sept. 8 after defense attorneys last week argued to remand the case to the grand jury.
Schnepf Farms, a Queen Creek venue known for farm-themes weddings, pumpkin festivals, giant hay mazes, fresh peaches and other family-friendly events might seem like an unusual place to think about actually burying your loved ones.
A revision of a proposed ordinance banning Gilbert from participating in - and spending taxpayer dollars on – passenger rail is going back to the drawing board after two Council members said it was watered down too much for their liking.
Truck load after truck load of dirt – about 22,856 cubic yards –were hauled and dumped nearly five years ago on a 7-acre site near Gilbert Civic Center that was to be the home for a proposed veterans memorial park.