MAY 13 ROUNDUP: Latest news from Gilbert, Chandler

The farmers market in downtown Chandler will resume in June. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)
The farmers market in downtown Chandler will resume in June. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)

The farmers market in downtown Chandler will resume in June. (Courtesy Downtown Chandler Community Partnership)

Read the latest news from Gilbert and Chandler here.

Downtown Chandler Farmers Market to resume June 6

The Downtown Chandler Farmers Market will return to downtown Chandler on June 6, according to the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership.

Gov. Doug Ducey says gyms, pools may reopen May 13; stay-at-home order to expire May 15

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced May 12 that pools and gyms, while adhering to state and federal guidelines, could reopen beginning May 13 and that the state's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy, Stay Connected" order will expire May 15.



DATA: Look at the data behind the COVID-19-related deaths in the county, state

The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 20 new coronavirus deaths May 12, bringing the statewide death toll to 562.

COVID-19: Here is what coronavirus case counts look like in Maricopa County, Arizona

The Maricopa County Department of Public Health and the Arizona Department of Health Services release daily COVID-19 case counts, both of which have climbed daily since mid-March.

Data: Across Arizona, 13% of coronavirus cases have resulted in hospitalization

The Arizona Department of Health Services continues to release more detailed data about how the coronavirus is impacting the state. As of May 12, the state reported 1,564 cases resulted in hospitalization—13% of the total amount of cases statewide.

Gilbert's credit rating reaps millions in interest savings at bonds sale

Gilbert's latest bond issue to pay for the voter-approved Public Safety Training Facility came at a historic low interest rate, saving the town about $14.4 million in interest, officials said.

Q&A: Chandler USD superintendent says school districts are 'navigating unchartered territory'

In March, governors across the country began ordering schools and school districts to shut down due to concerns surrounding slowing the spread of the coronavirus. Since then, students, teachers and families have been adjusting to remote learning from home.

Chandler USD Superintendent Camille Casteel answered questions about education during and after COVID-19.

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