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Program helps ASU pre-med students interact with cancer patients

A new pilot program is bringing Arizona State University pre-med students into an Emergency Department to learn the best ways to communicate with Banner MD Anderson Cancer Center patients. Ten students from ASU’s Pre-Health Internship...

National embroidery exhibit comes to Gilbert

By Leisah Woldoff A national touring exhibit showcasing the best in artistic and technical needlework will visit Gilbert this month. “Through the Needle’s Eye,” a juried show presented by the Embroiderers’ Guild of America, is making...

Heritage District Redevelopment Pan draft update presented at second public workshop

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 entertainment amenities to...

Mayor Daniels’ Economic forecast full of optimism

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 financial direction...

What’s on tap? New brewery owners

By GSN Staff Since Arizona Wilderness Brewing Company opened its doors in 2013 and gained worldwide renown, home-grown breweries have been hopping over to Gilbert to open up shop, according to town staffers. In 2016,...

Goat yoga moms butt heads in ‘The Amazing Race’

By Melody Birkett April Gould of Gilbert, known as the “Goat Whisperer,” and her best friend, Sarah Williams of Mesa, known as the “Goat Yogi,” participated in the 30th season of The Amazing Race on...

Fired Pie opens

Fired Pie, an Arizona-based, fast-casual pizza and salad restaurant, has opened an outlet in SanTan Village at 2218 E. William Field Road, Gilbert. It is the chain’s 19th location in Arizona. The company recently received a...

Board & Batten in Mesa offers American iconic food

By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Mesa reception venue Stonebridge Manor took over its food and beverage division four years ago, the move opened the doors to a sea of creativity. Owner Michael Mills, a Gilbert resident,...

Kyna Tek wins award in Illustrators of the Future Contest

By GSN Contributor Gilbert resident Kyna Tek is a winner in the Illustrators of the Future Contest. The prestigious illustration competition is in its 29th year and is judged by some of the premier names in...

Glorious sounds emanate from the East Valley Chorale

By Melody Birkett A group of talented singers make up the East Valley Chorale, which started in 1999 with a dozen people from three churches. It’s now made up of about 90 people from 50...