Champions Barbershop now open in Chandler
Gov. Doug Ducey announced the state will shelter in place due to COVID-19.
Wedding and event venues are among some of the places forced to close during the coronavirus.
The Banner Health Foundation is collecting donated medical supplies and personal protective equipment in partnership with Project C.U.R.E. in Tempe.
Here are the latest city, county and state COVID-19 updates you need to know this week.
Gov. Doug Ducey and State Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced March 30 that the state is closing all Arizona schools through the remainder of the school year.
There are three finalists for the superintendent position at Mesa Public Schools.
Chandler USD announced the district will expand its curbside meal service.
Rita's Burritos looks to help Chandler community during outbreak, offers free meals to health care workers, first responders
Darcie and Gilbert Meraz, owners of Rita's Burritos in Chandler, said they are looking to help the community in any way they can.
Chandler USD announced the district would move to remote learning March 30.
Chandler USD announced March 27 the district would move to remote learning March 30.
Chandler City Council authorizes extended temporary signage use for business promotion during outbreak
Chandler City Council voted March 26 to allow businesses to use temporary signage to promote their endeavors.
ADOT announced Loop 101 closures and restrictions for the weekend of March 27.