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Chandler couple offer relaxation on wheels
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Chandler couple offer relaxation on wheels

September 16th, 2020 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF If one man’s misfortune is another man’s opportunity, the pandemic has been a gold mine for Shannon Stevens and Penny Briney. The Chandler couple last year launched an online furniture store,...
Chandler man allegedly faked diseases for money
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Chandler man allegedly faked diseases for money

September 15th, 2020 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Scottsdale Police have arrested a Chandler man on felony charges that he allegedly attempted to scam his friends, police officers and prosecutors into believing he was dying of an incurable illness....
Chandler tavern owner  disputes state shutdown
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Chandler tavern owner disputes state shutdown

September 14th, 2020 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer The owner of Rick’s Pub and Grub hopes state authorities will allow his restaurant to quickly reopen after it was recently found to be operating in violation of Arizona’s COVID-19 restrictions....
Chandler tykes can go to classrooms this week
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Chandler tykes can go to classrooms this week

September 13th, 2020 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer A divided Chandler Unified School District Governing Board has voted advance the reopening of classrooms by letting kids in preschool through second grade back on campuses by Sept. 14. Partially...
Pandemic grounds Ostrich Festival’s for 2020
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Pandemic grounds Ostrich Festival’s for 2020

September 13th, 2020 | by development
SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF They tried, but it couldn’t be done – not at least while COVID-19 still remains a threat to large gatherings. And so the Chandler Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Steve LeVine Entertainment &...
This is a bad time for costly anti-tech litigation
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This is a bad time for costly anti-tech litigation

September 13th, 2020 | by development
By Moses Sanchez Guest Writer In most sectors of the economy, the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has slowed commerce down to a crawl. Millions are out of work, demand for commodities like fuel has evaporated, and small businesses are...
In this time of turmoil, there is always hope
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In this time of turmoil, there is always hope

September 13th, 2020 | by development
By Rabbi Irwin Wiener, D.D. Guest Writer How much more can we endure?  Almost 180,000 of our fellow citizens have died from this scourge of a pandemic that just does not want to go away. The streets are filled with angry people,...
City’s pandemic financial hit not as bad as feared
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City’s pandemic financial hit not as bad as feared

September 8th, 2020 | by development
BY Kevin Reagan Staff Writer New financial data show Chandler did not lose as much tax revenue as it expected because of the pandemic. The city had been projecting a $10-million revenue hit during the last quarter of the...
Tight Census deadline catches cities by surprise
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Tight Census deadline catches cities by surprise

September 8th, 2020 | by development
BY GARY NELSON Contributor With millions of dollars and equitable political representation at stake, Chandler and other East Valley cities are rushing to complete their 2020 census efforts in the face of a suddenly tight deadline...
Chandler multiplexes reopening – with changes
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Chandler multiplexes reopening – with changes

September 8th, 2020 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Chandler will soon start screening films again – six months after multiplexes were forced to close because of the COVID-19 pandemic. And Harkins already reopened...