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By Alexa D' Angelo | | Updated
Home prices continue to increase as the number of days on the market are down significantly from last year, according to local real estate data.
The city of Chandler in conjunction with Valley Metro is conducting a study on the possibility of adding flexible transit into the corridor to improve access to the bulk of the city’s employers.
Maricopa County’s election equipment and software passed all tests performed by two independent firms hired to conduct the forensic audit.
New businesses, new developments and redevelopment projects continue to take root in the city’s oldest and most historic area, creating an ever-changing and dynamic downtown, according to city officials.
The city of Chandler has released its annual report for 2020, which highlights what the city accomplished over the last year despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The Arizona Department of Transportation announced Feb. 22 that eastbound I-10 will be restricted March 1-5 south of Chandler.
Here is what you need to know about COVID-19 case counts in Chandler and the state.
Here is what you need to know about hospitalization numbers in Arizona because of COVID-19 cases.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College will serve as a state-run vaccination site beginning March 3.
Gila River Hotels & Casinos makes charitable donation to Chandler's Foundation for Blind Children.
The Arizona Department of Health Services is coordinating with local health departments to immediately allocate an initial $100 million in federal funding intended for COVID-19 testing.
As of Feb. 16, 711,675 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have gone into the arms of Maricopa County residents, according to the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.