Food banks, graduation and more: Read the latest Chandler, Gilbert news

Food banks are serving nearly a million people in the state right now, Arizona Food Bank Network President and CEO Angie Rodgers said. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)
Food banks are serving nearly a million people in the state right now, Arizona Food Bank Network President and CEO Angie Rodgers said. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

Food banks are serving nearly a million people in the state right now, Arizona Food Bank Network President and CEO Angie Rodgers said. (Lauren Canterberry/Community Impact Newspaper)

Read the latest Chandler and Gilbert news here.

Food banks in Arizona have enough to help network, president says

The Arizona Food Bank Network has plenty of food to meet a sharp increase in demand during the coronavirus pandemic, the network’s president said.

Chandler USD amends plans for graduation after Gov. Doug Ducey announces plan to reopen some businesses

One day after announcing Chandler USD would host a virtual graduation, Superintendent Camille Casteel said in an email to families that the district is developing a plan to host a voluntary, in-person graduation ceremony at each high school while still adhering to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.



See how Chandler, Gilbert residents are providing masks during the coronavirus

Chandler and Gilbert residents have been providing masks to aid in the fight against coronavirus. Read their stories here.

Chandler works to help city's most vulnerable population during COVID-19 pandemic

The city of Chandler Community Development Division has been working to assist Chandler's most vulnerable populations and those experiencing homelessness during the COVID-19 pandemic with several program changes implemented to safely serve the Chandler residents in need, according to a news release from the city.

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