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Fiscal doomsday clock ticks for Chandler schools
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Fiscal doomsday clock ticks for Chandler schools

February 13th, 2022 | by development
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services A financial doomsday clock is ticking for most school districts in Arizona and unless the Legislature acts to stop it by March 1, Chandler Unified faces making $54 million in immediate...
City mulls rate hikes, alley pickup’s future
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City mulls rate hikes, alley pickup’s future

February 13th, 2022 | by development
By Ken Sain, Staff Writer Matt Orlando said he warned his fellow Chandler City Council members to stay away from alleys. They didn’t listen, and that is why Orlando says an estimated 60 people showed up Thursday for a public...
Chandler fundraiser joins Rosie’s House staff
Neighbors
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Chandler fundraiser joins Rosie’s House staff

February 5th, 2022 | by development
Santan Sun News A Chandler woman described as one of Arizona’s leading fundraising professionals has joined the staff of the nonprofit Rosie’s House as its director of development and communications. Darcy Hill, who holds a...
Zoning attorneys regale audience with project tales
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Zoning attorneys regale audience with project tales

February 5th, 2022 | by development
By Cecilia Chan, Staff Writer Seven years after it was chased out of Gilbert neighborhoods – twice – Springstone finally opened Gilbert’s first mental-health hospital in 2020. Under the guidance of land-use and zoning...
Fire chief, schools boss step up amid staff shortages
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Fire chief, schools boss step up amid staff shortages

February 4th, 2022 | by development
By Ken Sain, Staff Writer On the morning of Jan. 17, Chandler Fire Chief Tom Dwiggins got a phone call from his staff: They had a shift they couldn’t fill because of the latest COVID-19 outbreak. So, for the first time in 12...
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Arts
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Chandler artist creates radiation mask art

February 3rd, 2022 | by development
Santan Sun News Staff Chandler artist Laurie Fagen will have a piece of art included in “From Darkness to Light,” an exhibit of cancer treatment radiation masks transformed into artistic sculptures that will be exhibited...
Chickens may come home to roost in Chandler
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Chickens may come home to roost in Chandler

February 2nd, 2022 | by development
By Ken Sain, Staff Writer It appears chickens will be coming to roost at Chandler single-family homes this year. During a study session Jan. 13, Chandler City Council took its first look at the issue and most members indicated...
City of Chandler’s strategic plan guides priorities in 2022
Community
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City of Chandler’s strategic plan guides priorities in 2022

February 1st, 2022 | by development
By the City of Chandler At the beginning of a new year, many of us create a list of intentions or resolutions to set the course for the next 12 months. That’s also true at the City of Chandler. Team Chandler has hit the ground...
Chandler cinema programmer aims for the unique
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Chandler cinema programmer aims for the unique

February 1st, 2022 | by development
By Ken Sain, Staff Writer The owners of Majestic Neighborhood Cinema Grill are mapping a strategy aimed at meeting the challenges movie theaters face today. In addition to the impact of the pandemic and government-ordered...
Laptops start going to grateful Chandler High students
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Laptops start going to grateful Chandler High students

January 31st, 2022 | by development
By Ken Sain, Staff Writer Chandler High School students were excited to be handed a new laptop computer last Wednesday as the school district was joined by Intel Corp. and Dell in beginning another step toward bridging its...