COVID-19: Gilbert cases continue to increase
Here is what you need to know today about coronavirus in Gilbert. (Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Alexa D' Angelo | | Updated
Voters will see a Chandler USD maintenance and operations budget override on the Nov. 2 ballot
The goal of Kids in Focus is to encourage children to reach their potential using photography to ignite their imagination and build their sense of confidence and value.
Gilbert Sister Cities is holding a competition to choose a young artist to design and help paint a wall mural at the organization’s Friendship Garden under development at Gilbert Regional Park.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 31,547 COVID-19 cases overall in Gilbert's six ZIP codes June 20, an increase from 166 from the previous week.
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The Chandler USD governing board will meet June 23 and will discuss the possibility of adopting a resolution to call for an override election.
Loop 202-Santan Freeway will undergo overnight lane closures in the Gilbert area from June 22-July 2.
The improvements will bring Recker Road to minor arterial road standards, including four lanes, bike lanes, sidewalks and streetlights.
Tap Dragon will offer local craft beers and a rotating wine list, meads and ciders
The shop serves 40 flavors of Italian Ice and three flavors of soft ice cream.
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The Gilbert Town Council directed staff at its June 15 meeting to pull together an internal committee to study appropriate uses of the town’s new logo.