The Porch: A Neighborhood Joint has opened in Gilbert's Heritage District
The Porch: A Neighborhood Joint is open in the Heritage District in Gilbert. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Tom Blodgett
Most theaters will remain open under an asset purchase agreement to the company's senior lending partners.
The Gilbert Public Schools governing board studied the effects of school changes for the fall that would close one school and move another into its campus.
Desert Ridge and Mesquite high schools, which have held their graduations at Arizona State University’s Wells Fargo Arena in previous years, will have to bring their ceremonies back to their campus stadiums, said Marcie Taylor, secondary education executive director.
Gilbert Public Schools officials presented the governing board March 2 with a healthier revised budget for this fiscal year, but a projection for next year shows a large cut could be looming.
People age 55 and up will be eligible for COVID-19 vaccine appointments beginning at noon March 2.
Here are two restaurants open or coming to Gilbert.
See a breakdown of COVID-19 cases, vaccinations and more local data.
Take a look at the hospitalization data across Arizona.
COVID-19 vaccination appointments will be available beginning at 9 a.m. March 1 at Chandler-Gilbert Community College—the latest state-run vaccination site.
Denise Lopez replaces Kayla Kolar, who left in 2020 to become the executive director of House of Refuge, as HD South's president and CEO.
Read the latest business and community news from February in Gilbert and Chandler.
When Gilbert staff first addressed the problem of a deteriorating sewer along the Western Canal, they hoped to avoid using eminent domain to acquire land to fix the problem, staff told residents Feb. 25.