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Gilbert firm on front lines in the war on plastic

By Cecilia Chan, GSN Managing Editor In the iconic coming-of-age film “The Graduate,” Dustin Hoffman’s young character is given advice for his future – “plastics.” When the movie opened in 1967, plastics were gaining a foothold...

Children’s Hospital opens sports clinic for kids here

Phoenix Children’s Sports Medicine program is opening a sports physical therapy clinic at 3530 S. Val Vista Drive, Gilbert, specifically aimed at patients as young as 4. It is the first Arizona sports physical...

Medical building planned across from Mercy Gilbert

GSN News Staff A three-story, 62,431-square-foot medical office building is coming to a vacant 5.9-acre site at the southwest corner of Mercy Road and Rome Street in Gilbert Mercy Medical Commons II is in a location...

Free dental services to be offered on Labor Day

GSN News Staff Children, teens and adults will be able to get free dental treatment Monday at a business with offices in Mesa and Chandler. Anyone can stop in for one of four free services at...

Senior CompuCare’s individualized training technique computes

By Lee Shappell Tribune Managing Editor The first thing to know about Senior CompuCare, which opened recently in Chandler, is that its name is a misnomer. Yes, the company was founded in Florida eight years ago...

Gilbert woman’s company preserves memories

By Colleen Sparks GSN Staff Writer Figuring out what to do with boxes full of aging photos, videos and films can be time-consuming and difficult. That’s where a Chandler-based company with technical savvy and strong storytelling...

Big differences exist between market analyses, appraisals

By Cari Gililland GSN Guest Writer As a Realtor, I often receive questions from my clients about the difference between a CMA (comparative market analysis) and a professional appraisal. They both have an important place in...

Cobblestone Auto Spa donates $24K to Treasures 4 Teachers

Cobblestone Auto Spa, with facilities across the East Valley, is donating nearly $24,000 to Treasures 4 Teachers, which provides classroom support to Arizona’s educators. The donation caps a six-week fundraiser organized by Cobblestone at...

Unregulated mining threatens state’s beauty, wildlife

By melanie lipert and stephen nash GSN Guest Writers Yep, let’s agree that we need minerals, and that mining employment is good for Arizona – a $1.25 billion payroll across the state each year. And, we reckon,...

Now, a Gilbert apartment project riles Chandler

By wayne schutsky GSN Managing Editor Just months after the controversial City Gate apartment development fell apart in Gilbert due to resident backlash, the Town Council will consider approving another contested apartment project. This time around, however,...