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Chandler Center for the Arts plans exciting season
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Chandler Center for the Arts plans exciting season

May 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Michelle Mac Lennan, Contributor   Chandler Center for the Arts is proud to be the community’s place to experience music, dance, comedy, theater and arts. We thrive on the everyday wonder of a child seeing a ballet for...
City may be first to adjust zoning laws for driverless vehicles
Community
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City may be first to adjust zoning laws for driverless vehicles

May 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor   While local, state and federal officials are still working to prepare for driverless vehicles on the road, Chandler City Council also is addressing a relatively new concern – how to...
Chandler club offers comedy as acts and lessons
Business
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Chandler club offers comedy as acts and lessons

May 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Children, teens and adults can get some comic relief and learn how to think on their feet at an unusual business in downtown Chandler. Unlike venues where comedians tell jokes parents...
Chandler schools earn prestigious A+ award
Community
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Chandler schools earn prestigious A+ award

May 10th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Several Chandler schools are celebrating after earning the equivalent of a gold star for their academics, parental involvement, culture and other strengths. Basha High, Carlson...
Two Congress members civilly discuss their differences
Politics
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Two Congress members civilly discuss their differences

May 9th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Wayne Schutsky, Staff   The East Valley Partnership’s annual Statespersons Luncheon brought together two members of Congress from across the aisle who bridged the partisan divide to discuss NAFTA and other issues that...
As thermometer gets set to climb, climate experts worry
Community
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As thermometer gets set to climb, climate experts worry

May 9th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
Katriona Martin, Cronkite News   As temperatures in the East Valley were predicted to hit over 100 the early part of next week, some climate researchers predict Arizona could be unlivable by 2050. Not all climate forecasts...
Seton Catholic Prep seniors to mark commencement
Sports and Recreation
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Seton Catholic Prep seniors to mark commencement

May 8th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Seton Catholic Preparatory graduating seniors soon will celebrate a milestone and gear up for promising futures during a faith-filled commencement. Nearly 130 Seton seniors are expected...
A.J. Chandler built region with vision – and fraud
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A.J. Chandler built region with vision – and fraud

May 8th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Mike Butler, Contributor   As Dr. A.J. Chandler neared his 80th birthday in 1939 – with the city that bore his name gleaming like an emerald in the desert – a writer for Arizona Highways magazine approached the...
School may last longer now as walkout ends
Sports and Recreation
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School may last longer now as walkout ends

May 7th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services and Paul Maryniak, Executive Editor   A tumultuous two weeks in school districts across Chandler and the state came to an end May 3 after Republican lawmakers pushed through –...
Widowed Chandler mom helps heroes and families
Community
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Widowed Chandler mom helps heroes and families

May 7th, 2018 | by SanTan Sun News
By Colleen Sparks, Managing Editor   Angela Harrolle has traveled the world and protected dignitaries in high-risk positions as a special agent for the U.S. Department of State. But the Chandler mother of two never imagined...