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Global Bikes rode to success on cycle expertise

By KAYLA RUTLEDGE GSN Staff Writer A local bike shop is making sure that summer heat doesn’t prevent people from staying stay active and getting outside. Global Bikes, with locations in Chandler, Gilbert and Ahwatukee, provides various...

Town holds firm on banning food for feral cats

By CECiLiA CHAN GSN Managing Editor Gilbert currently has no intention of rescinding or amending a ban on feeding homeless cats on public property, but will soon post resources to help them on the town webpage. “Our...

Park U expanding in Gilbert-owned building

By Cecilia Chan GSN Managing Editor Enrollment at Park University’s downtown campus is going gangbusters – so much so it’s leasing more space from Gilbert. Town Council last week unanimously approved the campus’ expansion to 17,837 square...

Gilbert now wants $36M from Big League Dreams

By CECiLiA CHAN GSN Managing Editor Gilbert’s claim against Big League Dreams for repairs to the baseball facility has ballooned from $5 million to over $36 million. The former operator of what is now Cactus Yards contended...

Eastmark High opens doors with innovation in mind

By Brittany Bowyer GSN Contributor Queen Creek Unified School District last week opened its second high school — a high-tech building located in Mesa’s fast-growing community of Eastmark. Eastmark High School sits on 68 acres near the...

Study: Gilbert has 10th healthiest housing market

GSN NEWS STAFF Gilbert has the 10th healthiest housing market among American cities with a population of more than 200,000, according to a new study. Smart Asset, a technology company that provides personal finance advice online,...

Times Media Group expands into California

By, Times Publications Staff Times Media Group, the fast-growing publisher of more than 15 Arizona publications and websites, has acquired Southland Publishing, the Southern California-based publisher of several newsweeklies, magazines and digital media properties with...

Too many kids aspire to be too little in life

By David Leibowitz GSN Columnist When I was a little boy growing up in Queens, New York, in the 1970s, my career aspirations inevitably focused on who got to drive the biggest truck. I wanted to...

Gilbert teen’s DC trip a life-changer

By Cecilia Chan GSN Managing Editor Audrey Landers isn’t old enough to vote yet, but she’s already drafted a bill, participated in a caucus and met with Arizona’s representatives at Capitol Hill. The Gilbert teen is one...

The party’s over for GPS students as classes resume

By Cecilia Chan GSN Managing Editor Gilbert Public Schools students returning to class Thursday, Aug. 1, will see some changes as new bell schedules take effect and some find themselves assigned to different campuses. Earlier this year,...