Pet-friendly Hair of the Dog opens in Gilbert
Randy Duren co-owns Hair of the Dog with his wife, Marleen. (Tom Blodgett/Community Impact Newspaper)
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By Tom Blodgett
Here are two businesses that have opened in Gilbert recently.
Read the top news from the past week from the Gilbert and Chandler areas.
Gov. Doug Ducey announced May 13 a three-part “Arizona Back to Work” program to incentivize residents to get off unemployment benefits and fill one of the state’s 160,000 to 180,000 open jobs.
The guidance states fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks indoors or outdoors.
Higley USD’s governing board adopted revised budgets for fiscal year 2020-21 that are more than $7.67 million more than what was adopted in June 2020.
Here are four businesses that have made recent changes in Gilbert.
Cream of the Crop serves homemade ice cream and toppings.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on May 11 signed into law Senate Bill 1485, which will purge the permanent early voter rolls of anyone who has not voted by mail in the previous two election cycles.
Drivers will have until May 2023 to get the Real ID, which will be required for adults boarding a U.S. commercial flight.
Arizona Department of Health Services officials said they are ready to administer vaccines to the state’s 400,000 children in that age group at state-run vaccination sites in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Tucson, Yuma and Flagstaff.
'I am convinced we will beat COVID': American Medical Association President Susan Bailey discusses vaccine successes, myths, challenges
Bailey was elected president of the American Medical Association in June 2020. Much of the organization's focus during that time has been on vaccine transparency and distribution.
The feedback from the survey provides the town with insight on how it is serving residents and helps drive decision-making in the community, according to Gilbert officials.