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List tabs Gilbert as No. 1; Chandler, Mesa in top 10 for working parents

List tabs Gilbert as No. 1; Chandler, Mesa in top 10 for working parents

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A list compiled by a financial website and a business publication has listed three East Valley cities as among the nation’s best places for working families.

Queen Creek thumps Highland 35-0

Queen Creek thumps Highland 35-0

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With only three returning starters and no week zero opponent to test their metal against, Highland coach Pete Wahlheim wasn’t sure what to exp…

Gilbert High School replaces graffiti with tiger mural

Gilbert High School replaces graffiti with tiger mural

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Members of the Gilbert High School community came together to turn an ugly sight into something worth looking at.

Body found in canal in Gilbert identified as teen

Body found in canal in Gilbert identified as teen

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Authorities say a body pulled from a Gilbert canal has been identified as missing teenager.

Price to fill the tank dips by 2 cents

Price to fill the tank dips by 2 cents

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The price of fuel for the Labor Day weekend is the second highest it’s been in five years, although it has decreased when compared to last week.

Primrose students to showcase cultural learning at parade

Primrose students to showcase cultural learning at parade

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Students at Primrose School of South Gilbert will showcase a variety of cultures at an event on Sept. 18.

Preliminary results have Cook, Ray, Peterson winning Gilbert council spots

Preliminary results have Cook, Ray, Peterson winning Gilbert council spots

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Gilbert voters won’t have to vote in November for its new Town Council members, although there’s still some doubt who will fill the fourth open seat.

Gilbert downs Mesquite 27-14

Gilbert downs Mesquite 27-14

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With head coach Tim Rutt on paid administrative leave after allegations surfaced that he misappropriated items worth roughly $2,000, the Tiger…

Leading Edge campus in Gilbert hires new principal

Leading Edge campus in Gilbert hires new principal

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Leading Edge Academy Gilbert Elementary has hired a new principal.

Mercy Gilbert to host orthopedic seminar

Mercy Gilbert to host orthopedic seminar

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Mercy Gilbert Medical Center will host the next session in its series on orthopedic health on Sept. 17.

Body found in canal in Gilbert

Body found in canal in Gilbert

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Authorities say a body has been found in a Gilbert canal.

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