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Arizona Joblessness Remains Above National Rate
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Arizona Joblessness Remains Above National Rate

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services The state’s jobless rate ticked up a tenth of a point last month – sort of. New figures from the Office of Economic Opportunity put the seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for...
Area Shirt Company Offers ‘Hope’ For Children’s Hospital
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Area Shirt Company Offers ‘Hope’ For Children’s Hospital

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By Cecilla Chan Staff Writer A Gilbert-based T-shirt company has partnered with two Valley nonprofits to spread “hope.” Junkie Threads last month teamed up with Phoenix Children’s Hospital selling T-shirts with the word...
Wings For Warriors Gala Helps Support Heroes
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Wings For Warriors Gala Helps Support Heroes

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF Wings for Warriors, an Ahwatukee-based nonprofit organization that provides travel for families of veterans as well as benefits and resource counseling, will hold its third annual fundraising gala and...
Ohio Transplants’ Favorite Ice Cream Followed Them To Gilbert
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Ohio Transplants’ Favorite Ice Cream Followed Them To Gilbert

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By Srianthi Perera GSN Contributor Youngstown, Ohio, transplants in Gilbert may – or may not – have heard the scoop. Their favorite ice cream, Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream, has followed them here. Dozens of former residents...
New Primary Care Medical Center Opens Here
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New Primary Care Medical Center Opens Here

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Santan Sun News Staff Another primary care medical center is available to patients in Chandler. Community leaders, prospective patients and insurance brokers celebrated the grand opening of the first Iora Primary Care practice at...
Fed Tax Cut Creates Vexsome Issues For State Income Taxpayers
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Fed Tax Cut Creates Vexsome Issues For State Income Taxpayers

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Arizona individual taxpayers could end up being hit with an extra $236 million in taxes if the governor and lawmakers follow their regular practice of trying to keep the annual state...
Artist’s Murals To Reflect Changes At Overstreet Project
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Artist’s Murals To Reflect Changes At Overstreet Project

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor As downtown Chandler enters a new stage, an artist is creating gigantic murals to highlight the highly anticipated Overstreet development. The artist, who prefers to go by just his last name –...
Discount Grocery Chain Chooses Gilbert For Arizona Debut
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Discount Grocery Chain Chooses Gilbert For Arizona Debut

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By Cecilla Chan, GSN Staff A no-frills German discount-grocery chain that sells its own brand is making its first foray into Arizona with two locations planned for Gilbert. The planning commission approved the site plan for an...
Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo
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Where The Next 10 Million Miles Will Take Us At Waymo

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By John Krafcik Guest Writer Our self-driving vehicles just crossed 10 million miles driven on public roads. When it comes to driving, experience is the best teacher, and that experience is even more valuable when it’s varied...
Ocotillo Business Helps Clients Spruce Up Homes
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Ocotillo Business Helps Clients Spruce Up Homes

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By Colleen Sparks Managing Editor When someone wants to add zest to their home so it captures their heart again or to attract buyers if they are ready to sell it, they can check out a new Ocotillo store with colorful, unusual...