Read local news from Community Impact Newspaper's coverage of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chandler dance studio adapts to virtual classes amid coronavirus outbreak
Shannon Wilson and her team at Classic Image Dance saw what was happening across the country with the coronavirus outbreak while the studio was on spring break, and they decided to get proactive.
"We produced a site for students and for the community filled with prerecorded classes from our teachers," Wilson said.
Chandler’s d’Vine Gourmet focuses on buying, shopping local
Denise McCreery owns and operates d’Vine Gourmet Chandler where she said she puts an emphasis on all things local. The shop offers handmade caramels, Arizona wines, handmade gift baskets filled with local goods, McCreery’s wine jellies and more—and McCreery has her hands in all of it.
Gilbert therapist offers tips to manage anxiety-provoking time
If the coronavirus pandemic has you feeling anxious, a Gilbert therapist says you can embrace it as an appropriate response to an anxiety-provoking situation.
State closes schools through end of school year
Gov. Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced March 30 that the state is closing schools for the remainder of the year because of continued coronavirus concerns.
Town closes parks’ amenities, Gilbert Regional Park
The town of Gilbert announced March 27 that it is closing the amenities in its public parks, plus all of Gilbert Regional Park, because of the coronavirus situation.
Alexa D'Angelo and Tom Blodgett Contributed to this report.