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QuikTrip now open in Chandler

The gas station and convenience store opened March 9.

Chandler accepting arguments for Proposition 470, home rule option

The proposition would allow city of Chandler officials to create their budget instead of following a state formula.

Whataburger, Jersey Mike's opening in Gilbert; discover Chandler summer camps and more top local news

Read the most popular Gilbert and Chandler news from the past week.

ADOT opens new SR 24 stretch near Bell Bank Park

The accelerated opening allows additional access to the new Bell Bank Park and some residential areas.

Chino-Mex open for business in Chandler

The restaurant opened its second location March 16.

Taqueria Factory restaurant under construction in Chandler

An opening date is currently unknown.

Chandler Unified School District approves 3 new projects for improvements and maintenance

One of the projects is installing a standardized, district-wide public announcement system

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors ends COVID-19 emergency declaration

The Maricopa County Supervisors ended the emergency declaration that was put in place in March 2020 at the beginning of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic March 30.

Chandler now accepting cryptocurrency to pay utility bills

The city of Chandler is now offering cryptocurrency as a payment option for residents on their utility bills.

Sagebrush Coffee combines caffeine and quality

For many, coffee is the fuel behind their mornings and long work days. But for Sagebrush Coffee co-owner Matt Kellso, the beverage goes beyond an average caffeine buzz.

Gilbert Whataburger to open in May; La Fonda Mexican restaurant moves to Chandler and more area business news

Read the top business stories from the past week from the Gilbert and Chandler areas.

See a variety of available Chandler summer camps for children

Here are a variety of summer camps for kids in the Chandler area this summer.

ToScany's Coal Oven Pizza prioritizes freshness, quality and customer service

ToScany’s Coal Oven Pizza has survived pandemic-induced shutdowns, employee shortages and rising supply costs. Co-owner Kelvin Beatty said the restaurant’s success can be attributed to quality ingredients, a stellar community and a thousand-degree oven.

Alta Climbing & Fitness opens in Gilbert; city of Chandler to host free in-person HOA Academy spring classes and more Phoenix-area news

Read the most popular business and community news from the past week from the Phoenix area.

Kyrene Aprende Middle School recognized by national college and career readiness nonprofit

The middle school was selected as a "national demonstration school" by Advancement Via Individual Determination.

Loop 202 to close in Tempe for pavement maintenance March 25-27

Staggered closures based on traffic direction will run from 8 p.m. to 10 a.m.

Alta Climbing & Fitness opens in Gilbert; Cafe Rio Mexican Grill to open April 8 in Chandler and more top area business news

Read the top business news from the past week from the Gilbert, Chandler and Tempe areas.

Family-owned Mexican restaurant La Fonda moves from Tempe to Chandler

La Fonda Mexican Restaurant had a soft opening March 18.

Travelers now can use Arizona IDs in Apple Wallet at Sky Harbor Airport

Arizonans with an iPhone or Apple Watch can now add their IDs to Apple Wallet for use at Transportation Security Administration checkpoints at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.

Chandler Center for the Arts looks back at difficulties of last two years

The Chandler Center for the Arts—the city’s only music venue and a staple since 1990—was in the middle of its biggest season ever when the COVID-19 pandemic caused the performing arts industry to shutter for months due to rules around congregating and large crowds

City of Chandler to host free in-person HOA Academy spring classes

All classes will take place at the Chandler Nature Center.