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Patriotic music, inspirational messages, the flag flown at half mast and a moment of silence were all part of a stirring 9/11 Memorial Tribute help in Gilbert Wednesday morning.
Emergency responders from the Town of Gilbert will host a 9/11 remembrance event next week from 8:30 to 9 a.m.
Next week, the nation will again honor those who perished on Sept. 11, 2001, and pay tribute to the first responders, families and friends who gave much in the wake of the tragic occurrences of that day.
The Town of Gilbert is set to hire a familiar face to be its new fire chief, pending the approval of the Gilbert Town Council.
Jim Jobusch will assume the role of Interim Fire Chief for the Town of Gilbert after Fire Chief Collin DeWitt retires Thursday, May 2.
The Gilbert Town Council decided against the voluntary 3 percent pay cut the town's unions suggested in April to help balance the budget, instead pulling more than $8 million from savings funds.
Gilbert experts who have experienced the devastation of child drownings are sharing their stories and answering questions in a 90-minute public forum called “Treading Safe Waters” now playing on Gilbert’s public access Channel 11 and online at www.gilbertaz.gov, according to a town statement.
Gilbert experts who have experienced the devastation of child drownings are sharing their stories and answering questions in a 90-minute public forum called "Treading Safe Waters" now playing on Gilbert's public access Channel 11 and online at www.gilbertaz.gov, according to a town statement.
The federal economic stimulus program is turning out to be a headache and a windfall for the Gilbert Town Council as it tries to decide whether to build a new fire station using a $3 million grant.
Gilbert Town Manager George Pettit announced his retirement Thursday after eight years on the job.
The Gilbert Town Council OK'd continuing the town's support role for Queen Creek's fledgling fire department Tuesday night, and their counterparts in Queen Creek are expected to do the same tonight.
Thirteen new fire stations will be built in the East Valley in the next three years, but in the meantime residents living on the outskirts should keep their fingers crossed that no emergency arrives.