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Chandler’s tallest multi-tenant office building topped
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Chandler’s tallest multi-tenant office building topped

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SanTan Sun News Staff   Construction of Chandler’s tallest multi-tenant office building took another step toward its fall completion as Hines, the international real estate firm, topped out the Offices at Chandler...
New leader takes helm of Downtown Partnership
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New leader takes helm of Downtown Partnership

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By Colleen Sparks, Staff   A veteran energizer of urban downtowns who is passionate about boosting their economic vitality has been named the new executive director of the Downtown Chandler Community Partnership. Mary...
Mother-son business up for ethics award
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Mother-son business up for ethics award

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Staff A quickly growing mother-son Chandler company is up for a prestigious ethics award. BoldLeads, a SaaS (Software as a Service) business on West Chandler Boulevard, is the only technology company that is a...
Potato Barn offers eclectic mix of furniture
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Potato Barn offers eclectic mix of furniture

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Staff Shoppers no longer have to leave Chandler to find a diverse mix of colorful and comfy couches easy to sink into and unusual, wood dining room tables large enough for big gatherings. That’s because Potato...
Daughter carries on insurance pioneer Mark Bagnall’s legacy
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Daughter carries on insurance pioneer Mark Bagnall’s legacy

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By PAUL MARYNIAK, Executive Editor Mark Bagnall was a pioneer when he and his wife, Lynn, moved their family 28 years ago to Ahwatukee, then little more than a dusty seedling of the vibrant community it has become. Now living in...
Market-garden sprouts up on historic Riggs farm
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Market-garden sprouts up on historic Riggs farm

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By COLLEEN SPARKS. Staff Crowds eager to eat fruits and vegetables fresh from the ground are flocking to a farmers market where they are also getting a taste of history. Cameron and Jeannine McChesney grow seasonal vegetables,...
BevMo! stores’ program helping furry friends
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BevMo! stores’ program helping furry friends

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SANTAN SUN NEWS A national retailer with a Chandler store is hoping its new charitable program will be the purr-fect way to help furry friends. BevMo! wants to be the cat’s meow and get dogs’ tails wagging with its new Loves...
TouchUps Salon offers one-stop beauty service
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TouchUps Salon offers one-stop beauty service

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By COLLEEN SPARKS, Staff Busy parents and working professionals can find it tricky squeezing in appointments to get their gray hairs covered, boost their hairstyle with a glamorous blowout and fix fading nail color. A new salon...
Leidan Mitchell stylists have plenty to cheer about
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Leidan Mitchell stylists have plenty to cheer about

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SANTAN SUN NEWS STAFF There are not many businesses that so intimately touch the people they serve every day as a salon and spa. And there’s only one that makes sure the Arizona Cardinals’ cheerleaders look Erin Essert and...
Chandler studio will blend cycling, yoga
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Chandler studio will blend cycling, yoga

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By COLLEEN SPARKS Staff Stretching into serene poses in yoga might seem like a different type of workout from pedaling quickly to heart-pounding music in an indoor cycling class. But a Valley couple is out to prove the two...