Chandler Museum presents memorial to ‘Day that Changed World’ on 20th anniversary of attacks

The touring exhibition, “September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World,” is on display Sept. 11-Oct. 10 at the Chandler Museum, 300 S. Chandler Village Drive.

Hartke to address W. Chandler HOA issues during neighborhood forum at Tumbleweed Rec Center

Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke will discuss the needs of residents of homeowners associations during a neighborhood meeting on Sept. 14 at Tumbleweed Recreation Center.

Unintentional natural-gas leak ruled cause of W. Chandler print-shop blast

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and Chandler Police Department ruled Aug. 31 that an unintentional natural-gas leak caused the Aug. 26 explosion at Platinum Printing in West Chandler.

NATIONAL SUICIDE PREVENTION WEEK SEPT. 5-11: Veterans take icy plunge to raise funds for colleagues

Operation Shockwave is a charity that works to prevent suicide of returning veterans by helping them cope with the transition back to society.

‘IT WAS LIKE A BOMB WENT OFF’ . . . 4 men burned in explosion that blew roof off print shop expected...

Those near the Platinum Printing explosion on Aug. 26 heard and felt the blast a half-mile away; all 4 who were injured are expected to survive and make full recovery.

2 area businesswomen well on way to goal of 200K donated bottles of water

Mary Contreras of Mary Contreras State Farm Agency and Adrienne Bryant of Bryant Commercial Real Estate are hoping to collect 200,000 bottles of water by Sept. 1 to distribute to those in need. 

W. Chandler explosion, fire injures 4; prompts major response, evacuations

An explosion and fire that collapsed the roof at a West Chandler print shop Thursday morning critically injured two people, seriously injured two others and prompted a massive response.

Pastor, people, politics: The 3 ‘P’s’ to prosperity for Chandler Mayor Hartke

In Part 2 of an exclusive interview, looks at Chandler Mayor Kevin Hartke the politician, his views on West Chandler, light rail, the Price Corridor, and his own political survival and future.
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