Gilbert public safety training center in the planning stages
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Gilbert public safety training center in the planning stages

April 4th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Mckayla Hull Gilbert’s police officers and firefighters travel to other cities in the Valley for training because the town doesn’t have a specialized facility of its own. It fritters away time and money and is often...
Pedestrian bridge to bring safety and connectivity to Gilbert
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Pedestrian bridge to bring safety and connectivity to Gilbert

April 4th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
Story and photos by Srianthi Perera Gilbert has secured the funds to construct a pedestrian bridge that will add connectivity not just to the town, but to the region. The bridge will close a small gap in the Western Powerline...
Cole McCarthy finds life calling at Gilbert Fire Department
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Cole McCarthy finds life calling at Gilbert Fire Department

March 26th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Kelly Athena Cole McCarthy grew up in Ahwatukee, dreaming like many children do about being a firefighter one day. A year ago, McCarthy landed a job with the Gilbert Fire Department, beating out 1,200 other applicants vying...
San Tan Ford owner Tim Hovik recognized with ASU Alumni award
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San Tan Ford owner Tim Hovik recognized with ASU Alumni award

March 19th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Coty Dolores Miranda Tim Hovik has been an Arizona State University Sun Devil fan since he was a youngster growing up in Washington State and came to campus to visit his two older brothers. Now the owner/general manager of San...
Heritage District Redevelopment Pan draft update presented at second public workshop
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Heritage District Redevelopment Pan draft update presented at second public workshop

March 12th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Mckayla Hull About a hundred Gilbert residents attended the second public workshop regarding the Heritage District Redevelopment Plan on January 30. The plan proposes adding retail, offices, apartments or condominiums, and...
Gilbert officer Eric Shuhandler’s accused killer awaits trial eight years later
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Gilbert officer Eric Shuhandler’s accused killer awaits trial eight years later

March 5th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Jim Walsh One by one, Gilbert police officers tied blue ribbons on a pole supporting a sign that memorializes their slain colleague, Lt. Eric Shuhandler – only a few yards from where he was shot to death eight years ago....
Mayor Daniels’ Economic forecast full of optimism
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Mayor Daniels’ Economic forecast full of optimism

March 5th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Eric Newman More than a hundred business professionals, local politicians and interested citizens attended Gilbert Mayor Jenn Daniels’ Economic Forecast at the Isagenix International building on February 15 to hear about the...
‘Beauty and the Computer Geek’ ushers ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to present day
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‘Beauty and the Computer Geek’ ushers ‘Sleeping Beauty’ to present day

February 11th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By GSN Contributor East Valley Children’s Theatre presents the “Beauty and the Computer Geek” February 15-25 at Mesa Arts Center. The original work is by Susan C. Hunter and Tom Shelton, winners of EVCT’s 2017 Aspiring...
Kate Breakey’s ‘Flora’ at Art Intersection
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Kate Breakey’s ‘Flora’ at Art Intersection

February 10th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By GSN Contributor Art Intersection presents the work of Arizona artist Kate Breakey through February 24 in an exhibition highlighting her large-scale, hand-colored flora prints from her “Small Deaths” series and several of...
East Valley booming for business
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East Valley booming for business

February 9th, 2018 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Chris Call And the winner is….Gilbert, Arizona. This attractive East Valley community has earned dozens of accolades, from being a top city for under-35 home ownership to one of the best cities for raising a family and even...