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Skyline High teacher’s firm launches virus relief effort
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Skyline High teacher’s firm launches virus relief effort

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Tribune News Staff A Mesa teacher’s apparel company has teamed up with another in Glendale to offer two new t-shirt designs that will benefit the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund. Iconic Arizona in Gilbert, owned by Nick and Allison...
Mesa caterer’s deal helps healthcare workers
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Mesa caterer’s deal helps healthcare workers

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By Paul Maryniak Tribune Executive Editor With two of the biggest holidays on the horizon and a crisis that puts many healthcare workers in almost constant danger, Sue Carlisle has come up with a deal. That the deal also helps...
Virus abruptly reshaping Valley housing market
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Virus abruptly reshaping Valley housing market

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By PAUL MARYNIAK Executive Editor The abrupt economic downtown created by the COVID-19 pandemic is doing something to the Valley housing market that hasn’t occurred for months – driving up the inventory of homes for sale. But...
New Waymo vehicles hitting the road with tech upgrades
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New Waymo vehicles hitting the road with tech upgrades

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Tribune News Staff People who are accustomed to seeing Waymo’s autonomous vans rolling around Chandler and the East Valley are due for a surprise.  The company is rolling out a new fleet of sportier-looking vehicles. And...
Mesa Navy vet achieves her longtime goal
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Mesa Navy vet achieves her longtime goal

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By Connor Dziawura Tribune Staff Writer Local businesswoman Kris Piotrowski’s background may not be what one initially expects from someone running a mobile flooring showroom. Now a local franchisee for the Atlanta-based Floor...
Mesa Ford dealer helps school lunch debt
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Mesa Ford dealer helps school lunch debt

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By Christopher Boan Tribune Staff Writer Adams Elementary School in Mesa has one of the highest rates of free and reduced breakfast/lunch programs in the Valley. According to city data, 86 percent of Adams’ students received...
Gilbert lawmaker opposes cage-free egg bill
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Gilbert lawmaker opposes cage-free egg bill

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By Howard Fischer Capitol Media Services Arizona shoppers could end up having to pay more for eggs as state lawmakers look to protect the state’s major producer from an animal rights initiative drive. And that’s not making...
Acclaimed Mesa chef opens first hand sushi roll bar
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Acclaimed Mesa chef opens first hand sushi roll bar

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By Christopher Boan Tribune Staff Writer Mesa Chef Jared Lupin was exposed to the world of ramen and various types of sushi during a tour of Korea as a member of the Army more than a decade ago. Lupin, who was born in Torrance,...
Toy Barn owners plan new building near Chandler Airport
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Toy Barn owners plan new building near Chandler Airport

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By Lacey Lyons Tribune  Staff Writer Toy Barn Luxury Garage Ownership, a luxury motor storage garage, will open late 2020 in Chandler for all motor junkies in the East Valley. Toy Barn is an upscale storage garage whose units...
Mesa native’s Chia Cookies take country by storm
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Mesa native’s Chia Cookies take country by storm

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By Christopher Boan Tribune Staff Writer The course of Audrey Martinez’s life changed while she trained for her first marathon at the age of 50. The Mesa woman, who spent much of her life as a bookkeeper and became a...