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In 1891, Dr. A. J. Chandler bought eighty acres of desert land from the federal government. He built a ranch and split it up into several small ranches for sale. In 1912, the town was founded and incorporated in 1920. Chandler has had notable residents such as rapper/actor Ice-T and former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. The town offers festivals such as the Ostrich Festival, which celebrates the Ostrich farms in the 1910s which catered to the demand for plumes used in women's hats of the era.

Population: 176581
Local Newspapers: Chandler Republic Chandler Times Chandler Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
Local Colleges: Western International University Apollo Group Subsidiary University of Phoenix (locations)

Zip Codes associated with chandler, arizona: 85224 85225 85226 85248 85249
Towns/Cities near chandler, arizona : Guadalupe Sun Lakes Gilbert Queen Creek

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Phoenix rally attendees give Trump's performance a thumbs up

President Trump supporters-many of whom faced triple-digit heat to attend a Tuesday rally in Phoenix-appeared to approve the president's speech and his job performance despite recent turmoil in his administration and his reaction to Charlottesville. The rally inside the Phoenix Convention Center was raucous at times, and Trump appeared to approach the stage in a similar way in which he approached stages during his campaign.

Tom Kelly: Homebuilders take hotel service to heart - Sun, 20 Aug 2017 PST

The upscale condominiums atop some of the world's more exclusive hotels are not the only homes driven by exceptional service. The nation's top homebuilders have sought counsel from service-oriented leaders like Ritz Carlton in an attempt to corral loyalty and its incredibly powerful result - marketable referrals - to subdivisions and planned developments throughout the country.

BabySav is giving away solutions to STOP Hot Car Deaths

BabySav will send anyone requesting a BabySav product to stop Hot Car Deaths now through August 31, 2017 for FREE These stickers would act as an unconscious reminder, and not rely on technology or driving habits. Since they can be placed anywhere, their reach is unprecedented."

Rice to manage Truly Nolen Chandler office

Tucson, Ariz.-based Truly Nolen Pest Control has promoted Rick Rice to manager of its service office in Chandler, Ariz. Rice joined the company in December 2016 as a manager-in-training.

5th victim steps forward in Hamilton High sex assaults, seeks damages

The family of a fifth victim in the Hamilton High football sex-assault case has filed a notice of claim against the Chandler Unified School District. 5th victim steps forward in Hamilton High sex assaults, seeks damages The family of a fifth victim in the Hamilton High football sex-assault case has filed a notice of claim against the Chandler Unified School District.

PD: Tempe man solicits family friend for sex

Chandler police report that 47-year-old George William Baugham was arrested on August 10 at his place of employment near Priest Drive and Warner Road in Tempe. They say that in July Baugham contacted a minor girl who was a friend of the family and solicited her for sex.

Three teens plead guilty to contorting Chandler menorah display into swastika

Three teens plead guilty to contorting Chandler menorah display into swastika Three teens face community service after defacing the menorah of a Chandler family and fashioning it into a swastika. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2weHtbH A crowd gathered as two Rabbis from Temple Emanuel in Tempe led the crowd in traditional prayers for lighting the menorah.

Teens plead guilty in vandalism of menorah at Chandler home

Three teens have pleaded guilty in the vandalism of a large ornamental menorah displayed outside a Chandler home in 2016 during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah. Maricopa County Attorney's Bill Montgomery's office says the teens pleaded guilty to misdemeanor criminal damage under a plea agreement requiring community service, letters of apology and restitution.

Love the Hangar 24 AirFest in Redlands? Check out the new show in Lake Havasu City

The craft brewery plans to replicate its popular AirFest, held each spring at Redlands Municipal Airport , this fall at Lake Havasu City Airport. On Nov. 4, the company will host the new AirFest to celebrate the first anniversary of Hangar 24 Lake Havasu City Brewery and Grill , where patrons can enjoy burgers, sandwiches and wraps, along with a variety of brews including the Betty IPA, Iconic Double IPA and Orange Wheat.

PD: Chandler man arrested for stealing, selling almost $10K of baby formula

CHANDLER, AZ - A Chandler man faces dozens of felony charges for allegedly stealing baby formula from Frys Food Stores across the Valley, then re-selling the merchandise. Robert Illa was arrested on August 8. He's accused of shoplifting and selling close to $10K worth of baby formula.

TurbineAero hires industry veteran Mark Anderson as Director of Operations, TurbineAero Repair

CHANDLER, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, August 15, 2017 / EINPresswire.com / -- Chandler, Arizona - 8/15/2017 - TurbineAero has hired Mark Anderson as the Director of Operations for TurbineAero Repair , the Company's largest business segment providing MRO support of Auxiliary Power Units and related accessories. In this critical leadership role, Mark is responsible for leading all Repair & Overhaul and related activities for APU systems, Line Replaceable Units , and machined components.

PD: Man caught in 24 thefts across Valley

Chandler police report that on August 8 they arrested 39-year-old Robert Thomas Iller near his home at 17th Avenue and Roeser Road. Police say Iller would steal a large tote and fill it with items and leave the store without paying.

Allhands: Will Gilbert finally turn left the right way?

Allhands: Will Gilbert finally turn left the right way? Gilbert may finally follow the rest of the sane world and put the turn signal before the green light. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/2x1gmNO Joanna Allhands: Gilbert may finally follow the rest of the sane world and put the turn signal before the green light.

Equities Research Analysts' Downgrades for August, 15th (AER,...

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Suspect holds Jack in the Box worker at gunpoint

Phoenix police and Silent Witness are asking for the public's help in identifying a man accused of holding a Jack in the Box employee at gunpoint. Authorities say just after 9:30 p.m. on July 8 the suspect entered the Jack in the Box near 19th Avenue and Buckeye Road.

Grand Canyon University student tragedies continue over summer break

Grand Canyon University student Christian Applegate has died and another student, Chandler Riesterer, was critically injured in accidents this month. Grand Canyon University student tragedies continue over summer break Grand Canyon University student Christian Applegate has died and another student, Chandler Riesterer, was critically injured in accidents this month.

Casual, wallet-friendly Sushi Sen replaces fine-dining Japanese in Scottsdale

A new Japanese restaurant has opened in the former fine-dining Shinbay space in Scottsdsale. Sushi Sen's decor is sleep but the food is affordable.

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