Chandler senior a semifinalist in science contest and more local news

Abbie Jin knew she wanted to create her video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge global science competition about something relevant. She just so happened to be making it as the coronavirus gripped the nation in the spring.
Abbie Jin knew she wanted to create her video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge global science competition about something relevant. She just so happened to be making it as the coronavirus gripped the nation in the spring.

Abbie Jin knew she wanted to create her video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge global science competition about something relevant. She just so happened to be making it as the coronavirus gripped the nation in the spring.

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Chandler

Hamilton High School senior named semifinalist in global science video contest

Abbie Jin knew she wanted to create her video for the Breakthrough Junior Challenge global science competition about something relevant. She just so happened to be making it as the coronavirus gripped the nation in the spring.

Jin was selected as a semifinalist competing for $400,000 worth of prizes including a new science lab for Hamilton High School.



Gilbert

State 48 Tap House will open a SanTan Village location

State 48 Tap House will open at Christmastime in SanTan Village at 2218 E. Williams Field Road, Ste. 101, Gilbert. The locally owned and operated brewery has scratch kitchens at its locations; this new one in Gilbert will be the sixth in the Valley.

Bod Squad opens as health and beauty salon in Gilbert

Bod Squad opened its health and beauty salon Sept. 6 at 732 E. Warner Road, Ste. 24, Gilbert. It offers non-invasive body contouring through ultrasonic cavitation liposuction or radio frequency skin tightening. The procedures can be used to treat the face or the body.

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



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