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About: chandler, arizona

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

Chandler News
Executive Inc.: Sandra Watson stays busy helping companies expand in Arizona

Watson, the Arizona Commerce Authority president and CEO, relocated to Chandler from Canada in 1992 after her husband was offered a job at a local mining engineering firm.

MJR Dances With KPNG/Chandler, AZ

THE DANCE SHOW WITH MJR picks up its 18th station with EAST VALLEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY DISTRICT #401 Noncomm KPNG /CHANDLER, AZ, starting OCT. 7th at 1a ET.

Wrong-way driver on Loop 101 in Tempe taken into custody

Wrong-way driver on Loop 101 in Tempe taken into custody A wrong-way driver on the southbound Loop 101 in Tempe was taken into custody Wednesday morning. Check out this story on ADOT Alerts lets you know when wrong-way drivers are on the road and sends you traffic updates.

Eateries dinged for keeping food at improper temps on this week's inspection list

Seven restaurants in Phoenix, Scottsdale, Chandler and Tempe on this week's list for four or more violations. And see 20 spots that earned top scores.

Blue Jays prospect on the rise: Patrick Murphy

It has been a great 2018 season for Blue Jays prospects. Vladimir Guerrero Jr., Bo Bichette, Cavan Biggio and others get a lot of the attention, and rightfully so, however, put your eyes on Patrick Murphy, the 23-year-old is on the rise.

Hang in there folks, the average high for Sept. 18 is 'only' 99 degrees

Historically, on Sept. 18 Phoenix drops below a high of 100 degrees for the first time since May. This week's forecast tells a different story though.

Young Stars On The Links

Mahanth Chirravuri of Chandler, center, edged out fellow Chandler resident Ryan Macpherson, left, with a par on the first playoff hole to take the Chandler City Junior Championship at 8-under-par 136 . Runner up last year, Chirravuri blitzed the back nine in the first round, carding a 5-under-par 31. The win marks Chirravuri second of the season individually in addition to a historic Arizona team win at the 2018 Hogan Cup.

Co-working firm picks Viridian for second Arizona facility

Hines, the international real estate firm, has announced that Workuity, a coworking firm, is leasing 19,787 square feet at the Offices at Chandler Viridian for its second location in Arizona. Workuity sought a Chandler location to accommodate clients who live in the surrounding area.

Love for sneakers has given birth to a fan community

J Carrillo's house is covered in sneakers. Some pairs are scattered across the floor, permissible to be kicked out of the way by his girlfriend.

Court records: Man tricked caregivers into bathing him, changing diapers

Court records: Man tricked caregivers into bathing him, changing diapers Paul Anthony Menchaca is charged with sexual abuse after also claiming he needed bathing, court records state. Check out this story on A Gilbert man has been arrested after falsely claiming to have a condition requiring caretakers to bathe him and change his diapers, according to Maricopa County court documents.

Driverless Hype Collides With Reality

Mercedes-Benz unveiled its dream of a fully autonomous multipurpose vehicle this week. The announcement was full of buzzwords- the modular Vision Urbanetic "enables on-demand, sustainable and efficient movement of people and goods" and "reduces traffic flows, relieves inner-city infrastructures and contributes to an improved quality of urban life."

Food truck 'FEASTival' returns to Chandler

Chandler FEASTival returned to the city Sept. 9, and the next one will be held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Sept.

Gilbert man's fraud scheme netted $6M, AG says

A Gilbert man was due for an initial pretrial conference Oct. 9 in connection with charges he faces in a fraudulent loan scheme that allegedly bilked victims over $6 million, officials said. A state grand jury indicted Jon Richard Rattray, 47, and his Chandler-based company Hawkeye Real Estate Services, LLC of 21 felony counts of fraud schemes and artifices, money laundering, controlling an illegal enterprise, computer tampering, aggravated identity theft and forgery, according to Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich's office.

'Princess' business adds sparkle, magical fun to parties

Children captivated by princesses with flowing hair, shimmering crowns and glamorous gowns, who defeat evil forces to fulfill their dreams, can get up-close to their heroines thanks to a Chandler-based company. Once Upon a Tiara is a children's entertainment business where fairytale "princesses" mingle, play games, sign autographs and teach dance and etiquette at children's parties, corporate gatherings and other events.

Group behind Tomaso's to open new restaurant in Chandler

The Sicilian Butcher will soon be slicing up its popular Italian eats in the Southeast Valley.

Manhole upgrades will cost city nearly $1M

The City of Chandler is spending nearly $1 million to rehabilitate 56 manholes with the goal of making them stronger and extending their lives. The City Council last month approved a contract with Felix Construction Company for up to $919,000 to provide structural inserts and adjustment rings, as well as making bench repairs and replacing their covers.

Mexican culture celebrated at Chandler gallery

The work of two artists who were born in Mexico is being celebrated at the Gallery at Chandler Center for the Arts in honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month. "Ida y Vuelta: There and Back," an exhibition featuring prints from Diana Calderon and photographs and paintings created by Oliverio Balcells will be on display at the gallery at 250 N. Arizona Ave. through Oct. 6. A reception for the artists will take place from 6 to 8:30 p.m. on Sept.

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