After millions of taxpayer dollars spent on repairs, a town-owned sports facility re-opens this weekend with a new name and a new operator.
If you’re wondering where Arizona is putting all of its new residents, look to the far suburbs.
In its 25 years of operation, a Gilbert shelter has saved more than 10,000 stray cats and dogs from a life on the streets.
Venezuela has plummeted to the bottom of the world economy and its communist government has made it almost impossible for churches to come to its people’s aid.
In Mozambique, one quarter of the adults have HIV, 75 percent are unemployed, one in seven children dies before the age of 5 and the expected life span is 48.
The parent company behind Gilbert’s The Falls Event Center has filed for bankruptcy and recently settled with the SEC over allegations that its former CEO defrauded investors.
When students return from summer break, the restrooms at Finley Farms Elementary School won’t be just a place to use the toilet but a place to find inspiration.
Gilbert Sun News - Business
Rents across the metropolitan area have increased over the past year, but nowhere in the region are they higher overall than in Gilbert, a new report shows.
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This fall, science and art collide at the i.d.e.a. Museum during “Far Out: Our Solar System,” an exhibition, opening Friday, Sept. 28, that features art and hands-on activities exploring outer space.
The personal connection that teacher Robert Schumacher has with special education began years ago while in high school in Michigan.
A pickup truck mounted with a fogging machine drives along an East Valley roadway, unleashing chemicals into the night air in an effort to control mosquitoes and the disease they carry.
Other Local News
Two developments on Arizona State University property have drawn the ire of some legislators after the university initially failed to report the projects to them. Read more
A Gilbert lawmaker wants to ban photo-enforcement cameras across the state, saying they generate money for the company that makes them and cities that use them but do little to keep the streets safe. Read more
The Arizona Attorney General is investigating the city of Tempe in connection with a Tucson area state legislator’s claims that it improperly used the Government Property Lease Excise Tax to benefit two developments. Read more
The architect of an ever-increasing flow of state tax revenues to help send students to private and parochial schools said he's willing to consider a cap now that the diversion has topped $74 million a year. Read more
While television knows her as Chelsea Daniels, the ditzy best friend on Disney’s “Raven’s Home,” it’s the stage where Dutch-American actress Anneliese van der Pol said she truly thrives. Read more
A Scottsdale Republican lawmaker wants to force city council and mayoral candidates to run with party labels, saying he believes it will help prevent liberals from sneaking into office. Read more
A state lawmaker’s proposal to relax requirements for some people who style hair in Arizona does not gel well with some beauty industry professionals. Read more
The way Sen. Warren Petersen sees it, elementary school children are being rushed through lunch and recess by schools who are fearful of losing state aid. Read more
Poet, playwright and philosopher Ravindranath Tagore wrote his acclaimed Bengali literature in Calcutta, India, more than a century ago. Read more
With the many hours they spend practicing lines, learning songs and battling nerves as they portray characters on stage, it’s no wonder actors bond with each other like family members. Read more
A proposal to require the disclosure of the origins of major contributions in city elections will be discussed at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16, in the multi-purpose room of the Pyle Center, 655 E. Southern Ave. Read more