BACK TO SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Difficult times prompt creative...

Arizona’s state funding for education remains among the lowest in the country. The talent pool can make more money doing something else so recruiters must think outside the box to land them.

BACK TO SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Arizona Autism Charter expands...

Free, online K-12 charter for students with autism and other learning issues is expanding this school year to meet a growing request for online classes. 

BACK TO SCHOOL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Assistance League ‘Operation School...

Charitable organizations are raising funds and providing clothing and supplies for school children who need them as the new school year is upon them.

In-house candidate Joshua Wright emerges from a nationwide search and named Chandler city manager

New Chandler city manager Joshua Wright joined the city in 2017 as assistant city manager and has been acting city manager since March.

3 1/2-year, $777 mil Broadway Curve project work to begin Friday, July 23

A nearly four-year, 11-mile massive rebuilding of Interstate 10, including the headache-inducing Broadway Curve in Tempe, begins Friday, July 23.

Noted lawyer, jurist selected as Chandler’s new city magistrate

Veteran jurist Alicia Skupin received a two-year appointment by Chandler City Council as Municipal Court chief magistrate.

Chandler offers hiring incentives as it scours nation for Police Dept. recruits

It is difficult to find qualified recruits who even want to do the job, Chief Sean Duggan says, and Chandler competes with other communities for a small pool of qualified candidates.

International firm Bestway moving U.S. headquarters to south Chandler

The building, at 3435 S. McQueen Road southeast of Queen Creek Road, is expected to employ approximately 150 within three years at the 129,680 square-foot newly constructed facility.
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