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Dwindling home inventory squeezes affordability
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Dwindling home inventory squeezes affordability

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor   As the inventory of available homes continues to shrink in Chandler and throughout the Valley, a new national study of rental housing indicates finding either an affordable house...
Chandler couple’s stores complement each other
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Chandler couple’s stores complement each other

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF   Hailey and Jason Riley own the same kind of franchises but don’t call them competitors. Indeed, their businesses, both International Minute Press franchises, complement each other in a way. Riley’s...
Chandler business incubator eyes high schools
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Chandler business incubator eyes high schools

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By Janelle Molony, Arizonan Contributor Diana White, CEO of Chandler Innovations, a technology-focused business incubator and idea accelerator, is gearing up for any invention the next generation can come up with.  The company...
Pollack puts his name and money toward fundraiser
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Pollack puts his name and money toward fundraiser

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF Chandler real estate entrepreneur and philanthropist Michael Pollack is again helping the Assistance League East Valley.  Pollack is the title sponsor of the nonprofit’s Mardi Gras Casino Night and is...
EV Housing stock gets gloomier by the day
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EV Housing stock gets gloomier by the day

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Arizonan Executive Editor   The year started bad for homebuyers in the East Valley and it didn’t take long to get worse. So said the Cromford Report, which closely analyzes the Valley’s housing market....
Dementia care can drive people broke
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Dementia care can drive people broke

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By Dr. Harold Wong, Arizonan Contributor   In an Oct. 2019 opinion piece in the Orlando Sentinel, four doctors and former U.S. Surgeon Generals called dementia the “top public health crisis” in an effort to call...
Chandler can ‘zook-out’ on gourmet enchiladas
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Chandler can ‘zook-out’ on gourmet enchiladas

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By Kevin Reagan, Arizonan Staff Writer   Unseasoned salsa sauce can be a source of insomnia for Aaron Pool. The restaurant entrepreneur often obsesses over the tastes and flavors of his menu items to the point where he will...
My Sister’s Attic opens new store in Chandler
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My Sister’s Attic opens new store in Chandler

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ARIZONAN NEWS STAFF When Ann and Jenny Siner opened their first My Sister’s Closet in Phoenix nearly 30 years ago, they wanted more than just a clothing store. They wanted a way of giving back to the community. This weekend,...
Chandler wedding venue leaves couples in the lurch
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Chandler wedding venue leaves couples in the lurch

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By kevin reagan Staff Writer A Chandler wedding venue whose parent company is accused of scamming investors has abruptly closed its doors and left brides scrambling to find a replacement for their receptions. Noah’s Event...
After-school program brings ‘science to life’
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After-school program brings ‘science to life’

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By Kevin Reagan Staff Writer A 10-year-old boy assembles a pile of Lego pieces together to construct his own little race car. He then pulls out a tablet and dials some code into a computer program. The race car responds to the...