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Self-taught chef brings love for baking to Gilbert at Bagel Nosh

Bagel Nosh on Cooper and Warner roads has been serving up fresh-made bagels for the past five years.





Dignity Health breaks ground in Gilbert on office building for medical education

Dignity Health East Valley broke ground April 21 on a 45,000-square-foot medical office building in Gilbert that will be home to its graduate medical education programs.


Gilbert looking for 3 people to serve on Veterans Advisory Board

Gilbert has three open positions on the Veterans Advisory Board.



Hair of the Dog celebrates first anniversary of serving beer, wine and coffee to Gilbert locals

Hair of the Dog caters to furry friends, offering dog bowls, dog beds and dog-friendly staff.


Pet-loving couple celebrates Hair of the Dog's anniversary of serving beer, wine and coffee to Gilbert locals

When Randy and Marleen Duren set out to start Hair of the Dog, they had one goal in mind: to create a dog-friendly bar that specializes in high-quality drinks for morning, noon and night.



Higley USD presents recommendations for new science curriculum

The curriculum, which will be voted upon at the May 11 board meeting, is designed to meet state standards that were updated in 2018.



Philadelphia Sandwich Co. takes up residence in Flying Basset Brewing's kitchen

Customers can dine in at the brewery or order for takeout.


Celebrate the earth at Gilbert's Arbor Day

Gilbert will mark Earth Day and Arbor Day with a number of activities


Intel, community college district partnership encourages inclusion in semiconductor industry

The first class participating in the Quick Start program received 200 applicants and is already full.


Gilbert police earns certification in working with autistic community

The Gilbert Police Department received a Certified Autism Center designation from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards.



Mesquite Fresh Street Mex has opened 2nd Gilbert location

The location has drive-thru and walk-up windows and a patio but no dining rooms.


Planet Fitness at Gilbert Warner development opens

The 17,000-square-foot club will offer a variety of cardio machines, strength equipment, and Black Card Spa for PF Black Card members


Gilbert feels economic pinch along with rest of US as it prepares for bond sales

Gilbert can point to a sterling employment recovery, but inflation and supply chain woes know no municipal boundaries and are affecting town business, experts said.


4 things to do in the East Valley April 14-17

Here are four things for residents to do in the East Valley the weekend of April 14-17.



Mr. Rice Asian Cuisine has opened in Gilbert

The restaurant serves traditional American-Chinese cuisine and authentic Asian cuisine from the Guangzhou region in China.


Valley Taproom opens at Gilbert's Rivulon

Valley Taproom offers 30 local craft beers on tap, a variety of canned beers and some red and white wines.


Council Member Scott Anderson takes aim at Gilbert’s legal costs

Gilbert Town Council Member Scott Anderson criticized those who first try to work out grievances with the town through lawsuits, saying at the April 12 council meeting the practice needlessly costs taxpayers money.


Maricopa County Assessor Eddie Cook and team explain office's role in property taxes

As valuations have recently been mailed to county property owners, Community Impact Newspaper sat down March 22 to chat with Eddie Cook and two of his top executives about how the Maricopa County Assessor's Office works.