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COVID-19: See the data behind the rising number of coronavirus hospitalizations across Arizona

Here is a breakdown of what COVID-19 hospitalizations look like across Arizona.


Chandler City Council discusses how to allocate $29.98 million in coronavirus relief to the community

Local businesses and nonprofits may receive grant funding from the city of Chandler as the city establishes how to best allocate $29.98 million in coronavirus relief dollars.



ADOT announces restrictions, closures on Loop 101 through Chandler

The Arizona Department of Transportation announced upcoming closures and restrictions on a stretch of Loop 101 as crews work to add a travel lane in each direction.


4 candidates qualify to run for 3 Chandler USD board seats in November election

Four candidates qualified to run for three available seats on the Chandler USD governing board in the November election.



'Community Impact' now seeking feedback from parents, teachers regarding 2020-21 school year

We would like to hear from our readers about their plans for the coming school year and get their feedback on how local school districts are handling reopening campuses in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic



Chandler Chamber of Commerce to host virtual job fair July 15

The Chandler Chamber of Commerce is holding a virtual job fair July 15 where employers and job seekers can meet online.



Medical center preps for surge capacity, indoor dining in Arizona limited: News from metro Phoenix

Read recent stories from the Phoenix area on Community Impact Newspaper’s website.


Q&A: Baylor College of Medicine's Dr. David Corry discusses immunity, vaccine production amid COVID-19 pandemic

Rapid development and distribution of a vaccine worldwide and successful achievement of herd immunity will be key players in determining the lifespan of the COVID-19 pandemic, said Dr. David Corry, a professor of Medicine in the Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology Section at Baylor College of Medicine.



Chandler Aug. 4 election: Key dates and deadlines to know

Chandler residents registered to vote can vote in the Tuesday, Aug. 4 election for three seats on Chandler City Council.


ADOT announces closures, restrictions on Loop 101 from July 10-14

As crews work to finish a project adding a travel lane in each direction on a stretch of Loop 101 through Chandler, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced closures and restrictions for July 10-14.


2 Chandler USD board members among more than 60 statewide urging governor to delay school start to October

Lindsay Love and David Evans, members of the Chandler USD governing board, attached their names, along with more than 60 other school board members across the state, to a letter sent to Gov. Doug Ducey on July 7 asking the start of any in-person learning not begin before Oct. 1.


'We have had a brutal June in Arizona': Gov. Doug Ducey limits indoor dining capacity due to COVID-19

Gov. Doug Ducey announced July 9 a new executive order limiting the capacity of indoor dining to less than 50% in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 throughout Arizona. (Community Impact staff)



Maricopa County small businesses can apply for COVID-19 relief grants beginning July 9

Small businesses within Maricopa County, excluding Phoenix and Mesa, can apply for COVID-19 relief grants up to $10,000 from July 9-31.


Chandler drafts ordinance to address 'party houses,' requests resident feedback

The city of Chandler is reviewing a draft ordinance to implement a new state law intended to give cities a tool to address short-term rentals turned "party houses."



2020 census: Bureau prepares nonresponse follow-up field operations

For individuals who have not responded to the 2020 census, one of about 500,000 census takers will visit the their household between Aug. 11-Oct. 31.




In response to President Trump's tweets, Arizona schools chief urges caution when reopening schools

Kathy Hoffman, state superintendent of public instruction, released a statement July 7 following a July 6 tweet from President Donald Trump stating Trump's belief that "schools must open in the fall."


Deadline for Chandler USD families to select online or in-person schooling is July 14

Chandler USD officials are asking families to choose whether their student will attend school in person or online for the 2020-21 school year by July 14.


Chandler Regional Medical Center sees continued increases in patients, implements surge plans

As the number of COVID-19-related hospitalizations continues to climb across Arizona, the state's hospital systems have begun to implement "surge plans," or plans for adding extra capacity to hospitals when more patients need to be treated.



Gilbert, Chandler coronavirus data and more news from the Phoenix area

Read the latest news from Gilbert and Chandler here.


Chandler USD tackles health, safety, online education, more in series of FAQs

Chandler USD answers frequently asked questions about returning to school.