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EV police see no change in policy on lawmakers’ immunity

By Cecilia Chan GSN Staff Writer East Valley police agencies don’t expect a significant change in how they would handle state lawmakers who invoke legislative immunity from arrest despite Gov. Doug Ducey’s desire to eliminate...

Residents warming to lawn mower exchange program

By Cecilia chan Tribune Staff Writer A program aimed at helping clean the air in Maricopa County is off to a good start in the East Valley a month after its launch. The Mowing Down Pollution Program...

Mormon church group photographs ancestors’ headstones

By alyson johnson GSN Contributor found one!” was heard repeatedly at the Valley of the Sun Mortuary and Cemetery in Chandler on the evening of July 11 as youth and adults from the Church of Jesus...

Finley Farms teachers make kids’ restrooms inspirational

By Cecilia chan GSN Staff Writer When students return from summer break, the restrooms at Finley Farms Elementary School won’t be just a place to use the toilet but a place to find inspiration. Teachers Tamey Zollner...

Can’t get to Paris? Visit La Madeleine

By Srianthi perera GSN Contributor Any French cafe worth its salt bakes fresh baguettes and pastries on-site each morning. La Madeleine French Bakery & Café in SanTan Village is no exception. Early-morning patrons may be rewarded with the...

Growth drives public safety training needs

By Jim Walsh GSN Staff Writer Gilbert’s police and fire departments are coming of age in more ways than one. As the town grows into a major municipality police and fire officials have few other options...

Town officials mulling more parking at library

By GSN News Staff The Town of Gilbert is considering new plans to increase parking at the popular Southeast Regional Library and replace the property’s non-functioning water feature. Councilman Scott Anderson led a task force charged...

Gilbert teen girl skirting by competition on racetrack

By Nate Fain Cronkite News Flames shoot into the air as cars cross the finish line in the first heat of the weekend race at Arizona Speedway in San Tan Valley. Up next is Abby Meulebroeck....

Santan Motorplex deal concludes happily for all sides

By wayne schutsky GSN Managing Editor The Gilbert Town Council recently approved the final payment related to a development deal signed with Santan Motorplex 15 years ago. In retrospect, town officials look at the deal as...

Tempers flare over voter information on voucher, elections questions

By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Democrat lawmakers last week accused their Republican colleagues of hiding relevant information from voters about upcoming ballot measures. The Democrats complained that key provisions in two measures on the November...