Sotheby opens office in Gilbert for Southeast Valley
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Sotheby opens office in Gilbert for Southeast Valley

July 19th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
Sotheby’s International Realty might be known for marketing places like the $165-million, 12-bedroom home and 15-acre ocean-to-lake estate in Manapalan, Florida, but that doesn’t mean the company doesn’t like what it sees...
Mother-daughter business team helps people get organized
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Mother-daughter business team helps people get organized

July 18th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Colleen Sparks Getting organized can be an emotional roller coaster for people as they struggle to decide what longtime possessions to keep and which ones to throw away or donate. Recruiting the help of Erika Gentner and Kerry...
Banned refrigerant impacting area heat-pump owners
Community
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Banned refrigerant impacting area heat-pump owners

July 17th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Jim Walsh As temperatures soar across the East Valley, so is the cost of keeping aging heat pumps working for area homeowners. Whether homeowners try to hang on to their existing heat pump till its last blast of cold air or...
Orbital unveils new satellite engineering building
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Orbital unveils new satellite engineering building

July 16th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Wayne Schutsky Advanced aerospace manufacturer and longtime Gilbert employer Orbital ATK officially pulled back the curtain on its new satellite engineering building on June 28. The 60,000-square-foot facility is located on...
New York City Ballet promotes Gilbert dancer
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New York City Ballet promotes Gilbert dancer

July 15th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Amy Schrader Childhood dreams can come true.  Just ask Gilbert native Gabriella Domini. From the moment she saw the New York City Ballet perform “The Nutcracker” during a vacation with her family, the then 9-year-old set...
Page Park Center to service Gilbert’s underprivileged
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Page Park Center to service Gilbert’s underprivileged

July 14th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Jim Walsh No one doubts that Gilbert is a fast-growing, affluent community, but there are thousands of needy people who are often overlooked, hidden behind its sea of attractive homes with red tile roofs and parking lots full...
‘The Little Mermaid’s’ Ariel to flip on the Hale Stage
Arts
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‘The Little Mermaid’s’ Ariel to flip on the Hale Stage

July 13th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Don Andrews Hale Centre Theatre in Gilbert will be transformed into an underwater kingdom when it presents Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” from July 7 through August 19. The production features fantastic costumes, special...
Passion for food motivated innovative Grubstak owner
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Passion for food motivated innovative Grubstak owner

July 12th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Colton Grubb knew when he stepped foot into his new Heritage District restaurant, Grubstak, that he made the right business decision. “Walking in and seeing the lights turned on, and the first few...
Teens win contest to record songs at conservatory
Youth
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Teens win contest to record songs at conservatory

July 11th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
Story and photos by Melody Birkett Two valley teenagers recently won a contest to record an original song at The Conservatory of Recording Arts in Gilbert.    Aspiring singer/songwriters Sam Mortimer, 18, and Brittany Tews, 17,...
County budget tells who we are and where we are going
Opinion
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County budget tells who we are and where we are going

July 10th, 2017 | by Gilbert Sun News
By Denny Barney Here’s something I believe that most everyone else will think is crazy: Budgets are not just interesting; they’re enlightening. Let me explain. Whether you’re talking about a single family, a small business,...