New veterinary clinic to open in Chandler
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Nonprofit Chandler4Change, in partnership with the city of Chandler Diversity Office, will host a car caravan and Freedom Day celebration in honor of Juneteenth June 19.
A sushi restaurant, a billiards and bowling business, and an Asian grocer are among businesses that have recently opened in Chandler.
The event serves as an opportunity for local veterans to connect with a range of organizations and services they may be eligible for.
COVID-19 case counts remain low in Chandler, vaccinations continue to increase across city's ZIP codes
According data from June 14, 155,609 vaccinations have been administered in Chandler.
Take a look at the hospitalization data across Arizona.
Chandler City Council approved the city's $1.06 billion budget June 10 and approved the city's 10-year capital improvement plan for $1.27 billion.
In the last week, about 10,000 Maricopa County residents received doses of COVID-19 vaccine per day, according to the county.
The Chandler restaurant opened in 2018.
Read the latest business and community news from the past week from the Gilbert and Chandler areas.
Chandler City Council will host a public hearing on the city's proposed $1.06 billion budget during a meeting June 10 before voting on the budget proposal.
Home construction permits are seeing a sharp increase across Maricopa County, according to data from the Maricopa County Assessor's Office.
More than 3.4 million Arizonans have receieved at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, according to ADHS.