Chandler businesses close and more local news from the week

Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Mezquite's Cafe is one of four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

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

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4 recently closed Chandler businesses

Here are four businesses that have recently closed in Chandler.

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Gilbert police expenses for Thursday night protests go past $700,000

Dueling protests that have become a Thursday-night fixture this summer and fall at Gilbert and Warner roads have cost police more than $700,000 to date, officials said.

Property for proposed McDonald's acquired in Gilbert

An entity traced to Jamie Ashton acquired property Oct. 9 from RRS & Co. for a proposed McDonald’s at 145 S. Higley Road, Gilbert.

Gilbert Regional Park set to open new phase Oct. 15

Gilbert Regional Park’s Phase 1B will open to the public Oct. 15.

Eegee's submits plans for Gilbert sub shop

Eegee’s has submitted plans to the town of Gilbert to open a location at 3535 E. Baseline Road, Gilbert. The Tucson-based chain of submarine sandwich shops known for its frozen fruit drink, called an Eegee, has not announced an opening date.

Alexa D’Angelo and Tom Blodgett contributed to this report.



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3 businesses have recently opened in Chandler

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Here's everything you need to know before voting in Chandler and Gilbert. (Courtesy Canva)
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Arizona voter registration deadline moved up to Oct. 15

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Chandler City Council will discuss Oct. 12 a way to help struggling restaurants increase their capacity. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Chandler City Council will discuss Oct. 12 a way to help struggling restaurants increase their capacity.