Gilbert mayor urges listening during unrest and more area news

Mayor Jenn Daniels called for Gilbert to show empathy during the current unrest. (Courtesy town of Gilbert)
Mayor Jenn Daniels called for Gilbert to show empathy during the current unrest. (Courtesy town of Gilbert)

Mayor Jenn Daniels called for Gilbert to show empathy during the current unrest. (Courtesy town of Gilbert)

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Gilbert mayor makes second call for town to listen during unrest

Gilbert Mayor Jenn Daniels reiterated her message from the June 2 Town Council meeting in her June 3 weekly video message: that town must be listening during this period of unrest.

Jeremiah's Italian Ice opens location in Chandler

Jeremiah's Italian Ice, a Florida-based Italian ice business, opened its first Chandler location June 2.



Unemployment in Chandler reaches record high, according to recent data

The city of Chandler has seen its highest unemployment rate in recent history, according to data released from the Arizona Commerce Authority.

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






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