Chandler USD answers frequently asked questions about returning to school.
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On the occasion of Gilbert’s centennial, the USS Arizona submarine’s sponsor formally asked the town to be the sub’s municipal sponsor
Here is a breakdown of what COVID-19 hospitalizations look like across Arizona.
Here are the coronavirus updates to know today in Gilbert.
As the name suggests, George’s Cynshine Yoga, Pilates & More studio in Gilbert Town Square offers several modalities to work with people
When interest rates are low, homeowners may look to save money by refinancing, which means getting a new mortgage with a better term or interest rate to lower payments.
Q&A: Christian Brothers Automotive franchise development director talks commercial real estate amid pandemic
The Houston-based automotive company has locations throughout Texas, Georgia, Tennessee and Arizona.
Families can also enjoy a virtual summer camp experience Walmart is launching July 8 with sessions led by celebrities, including Drew Barrymore, Neil Patrick Harris and LeBron James.
The new dataset includes an interactive Flood Factor dashboard that anyone can use to assess the risk of flooding over a 30-year period for any address.
Co-owner Chris Glass and Chef Eric Emlet found a nice, high-traffic spot and a concept—fresh, steam kettle-cooked seafood—and for six years have made a good go of it
The Hay Shipping Capital of the World during World War I, Gilbert is all grown up.
A new Mesa Gateway location for Christian Brothers Automotive Care is expected to open July 27 on the Gilbert border.
Gilbert’s sales tax collections for May approached $8 million, putting the town less than $1 million away from its budgeted total for 2019-20 with a month to go in the fiscal year.
The Higley USD governing board approved on July 1 the purchase of online curriculum students will use in the coming school year
Chandler USD to start school year online Aug. 5 for all students; parents given option of in-person transition when schools reopen
School will start Aug. 5 as Chandler USD officials planned, but all students will be required to begin classes online, according to Superintendent Camille Casteel.
Gilbert Public Schools plans to return to school online Aug. 5 but will shift to families having three options for learning once in-person school is allowed to resume.
Gilbert Public Schools plans to return for fall with three options for parents: in person, online or a “flex” model that includes both forms.
The Gilbert Parks and Recreation Department has canceled its Fourth of July celebration and announced modifications to parks and pools operations in light of Gov. Doug Ducey’s executive order June 29 pausing openings and large gatherings
While the state is preparing hospitals to enact coronavirus surge measures, the situation at the two Gilbert hospitals treating COVID-19 patients is less clear.
A USS Arizona survivor’s granddaughter who will serve as sponsor to the battleship’s namesake submarine has endorsed the town of Gilbert’s efforts to be the sub’s municipal sponsor.
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Gov. Doug Ducey announces executive order 'pausing' operations at bars, gyms, movie theaters and more; pushes school year start to Aug. 17
Gov. Doug Ducey at a press conference June 29 announced executive orders "pausing operations" of bars, gyms, movie theaters, waterparks and tubing and moved the start of the 2020-21 school year to Aug. 17.