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Joshua Wright will be named Chandler’s City Manager, replacing Marsha Reed who retired in March 2021.
A new restaurant is now open in Chandler.
July 21 marks the start of the school year and the opening of Arizona College Prep High School—the district’s newest campus—which will house the Arizona College Prep students and staff in a state-of-the-art high school facility
Low inventory and a lack of new housing developments to keep up with the city’s demand have contributed to sky-high housing prices real estate experts said they are seeing across Chandler.
Chandler USD interim superintendent Frank Narducci answers Community Impact Newspaper's questions ahead of the start of the school year July 21.
Chandler USD officials sent out a letter to families July 19 ahead of the first day of school July 21 regarding health and safety protocols in place related to COVID-19.
The first phase of work for the Arizona Department of Transportation’s I-10 Broadway Curve improvement project is set to begin late July 23 with a weekend closure of westbound I-10.
Read the latest business and community events from the Chandler and Gilbert areas.
Take a look at six businesses coming to Chandler.
A new patient tower was unveiled at Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center with a dedication ceremony July 16, according to a news release from Dignity Health.
Board game, restaurant concept coming to Chandler; median home prices pass $450K in Gilbert and more top area news
Read the top business and community news from the past week from the Chandler and Gilbert areas.
Operation Back to School Chandler will take place July 17, according to a news release from the city of Chandler.