Business

Even Steven Sandwiches provide an easy way to be charitable
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Even Steven Sandwiches provide an easy way to be charitable

November 21st, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Srianthi Perera   Each time you consume a Reuben, Capreezy or Do Gouda at Even Stevens Sandwiches, you help feed someone else in the area. The restaurant chain from Salt Lake City is open in the Heritage Marketplace Phase...
Pony Express an exercise in patience during days of email
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Pony Express an exercise in patience during days of email

November 20th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Srianthi Perera   People nowadays become impatient if an email doesn’t send or arrive in a couple of seconds. Imagine the days of the Pony Express. From April 1860 to October 1861, the Pony Express, mainly consisting of...
Raising Cane’s, a new spot in town to get some chicken fingers
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Raising Cane’s, a new spot in town to get some chicken fingers

November 19th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers opened a location in Gilbert recently, its third in the East Valley and its 12th in Arizona. It’s at 2370 S. Val Vista Drive at the northwest corner of Val Vista Dr. and E. Williams Field Road....
P.B. Bell nears completion of renovations at Alcove at The Islands
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P.B. Bell nears completion of renovations at Alcove at The Islands

November 19th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
Developer P.B. Bell is close to completing a year’s upgrades and renovations at Alcove at The Islands in Gilbert. P.B. Bell purchased the lakeside apartment community, at 1300 W. Warner Road, in October, 2015. The...
SRP linemen shine bright at International Rodeo
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SRP linemen shine bright at International Rodeo

November 18th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Kathleen Mascareñas Guest writer   When you think of linemen, you likely envision burly football players on the gridiron. And a rodeo probably brings to mind cowboys wearing chaps, boots and hats. The International...
Goldwater Institute rips Gilbert’s Xavier deal as ‘betrayal’ of taxpayers
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Goldwater Institute rips Gilbert’s Xavier deal as ‘betrayal’ of taxpayers

November 16th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Paul Maryniak STAFF WRITER Gilbert’s belly-up deal with Saint Xavier University has come under fire by the Goldwater Institute for leaving taxpayers holding a potential $36 million bag. The report quotes one expert as...
Town roadmap to change with proposed interchange for Lindsay Road
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Town roadmap to change with proposed interchange for Lindsay Road

November 15th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Srianthi Perera Lindsay Road is the only north-south artery in Gilbert that doesn’t have a traffic intersection. That may change in the future. The town of Gilbert, working with Phoenix based Stanley Consultants, is...
The Gilbert House captures a bit of the town’s heyday
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The Gilbert House captures a bit of the town’s heyday

November 14th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Kathy Kerby Gilbert’s population has exploded since its early roots as the Hay Capital of the World, so it is refreshing when a touch of “old” Gilbert remains. The Gilbert House is nestled in a 1928 Sears craftsman house...
We need strong leadership to address upcoming challenges
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We need strong leadership to address upcoming challenges

November 13th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Jared Taylor Over the last few years, Gilbert has been showered in recognitions. I’m running for re-election to build on our strengths, address our challenges, and keep Gilbert the best place to grow a family and build a...
Economic rebound could help freeway get back on track
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Economic rebound could help freeway get back on track

November 11th, 2016 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Jim Walsh Tribune Staff Writer   A rebound in the economy eventually will help East Valley commuters avoid traffic congestion, with higher sales tax revenues paying for a three-mile expansion of State Route 24, also known...