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Sellers’ market may be souring, but buyers won’t celebrate
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Sellers’ market may be souring, but buyers won’t celebrate

July 24th, 2021 | by development
By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor Has the time come for sellers to get nervous? After months of riding the wave of low inventory, big demand and quick turnovers, sellers may be headed for a rude awakening, according the Cromford...
Gila Community’s new casino plan sparks neighbors’ concerns
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Gila Community’s new casino plan sparks neighbors’ concerns

July 23rd, 2021 | by development
By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor The Gila River Indian Community’s announcement of plans to build a fourth casino has sparked concerns among some south Chandler homeowners about possible traffic problems. The community earlier...
Chandler commits $14 million to power Intel expansion
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Chandler commits $14 million to power Intel expansion

July 22nd, 2021 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Salt River Project and Chandler have entered into a special agreement to ensure Intel will have enough electricity to power the $20-billion expansion of its Ocotillo campus. The city and SRP agreed...
Legislature outlaws mask mandates for schools
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Legislature outlaws mask mandates for schools

July 21st, 2021 | by development
By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor The flashpoint for the longest-running controversy throughout the 2020-21 school year in Chandler – mandatory face masks on campuses – was obliterated last month as a future tool for school...
How detectives shattered Chandler slaying alibi
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How detectives shattered Chandler slaying alibi

July 20th, 2021 | by development
Santan Sun News Staff As her husband lay dying on the floor of her Chandler home, Lori Vallow went to a drug store to buy flipflops. That chilling account of the July 11, 2019, shooting death of her husband Charles Vallow is part...
Chandler Unified to open  new high school this week
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Chandler Unified to open new high school this week

July 19th, 2021 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Wednesday not only marks the beginning of  the new school year for Chandler Unified students but also ushers in the opening of the district’s newest high school –ACP-High in Gilbert. Built at a...
ADOT preparing Chandler motorists for a helluva ride
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ADOT preparing Chandler motorists for a helluva ride

July 18th, 2021 | by development
By Paul Maryniak Executive Editor Starting this week, billboards, social media and television and print media will carry messages urging thousands of motorists, especially in Chandler and the rest of the East Valley, to prepare...
New simulator enhances Chandler police training
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New simulator enhances Chandler police training

July 10th, 2021 | by development
By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer Chandler’s police officers will soon have new technology that allows them to imagine how they might react to an active shooter. City Council authorized spending $256,000 on a five-screen simulation...
State Forty Eight CEO aims for a difference
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State Forty Eight CEO aims for a difference

July 9th, 2021 | by development
By Ashlyn Robinette Staff Writer People across the state have been showcasing Arizona pride with State Forty Eight tops, bottoms, accessories and more. Now, the 8-year-old Chandler company’s founders are aiming to show that...
Chandler actress in running for Jimmy Award
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Chandler actress in running for Jimmy Award

July 8th, 2021 | by development
By Ashlyn Robinette Staff Writer A Chandler performer won the ASU Gammage High School Musical Theatre Awards and is now nominated for best actress at the National High School Musical Theatre Awards – otherwise known as The...