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ICAN promotes Patris-Browne to chief philanthropy officer
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ICAN promotes Patris-Browne to chief philanthropy officer

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ICAN: Positive Programs for Youth has promoted Cassie Patris-Browne to chief philanthropy officer. She was director of philanthropy with ICAN for four years. She filled the role previously held by Shelby Pedersen, who was...
D’Vine to help 700 Hamiliton High School students
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D’Vine to help 700 Hamiliton High School students

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D’Vine Wine Bar and Bistro, in partnership with Spark of Hope Foundation, will host a wine social benefiting the Hamilton Homeless Fund from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 10, at its Chandler location 3990 S. Alma School Rd. The...
Chandler welcomes new city attorney
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Chandler welcomes new city attorney

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By Tim J. Randall   Kelly Schwab assumed the role of city attorney a week after the City Council nominated and approved her for the position on Nov 7. “I am extremely fortunate to take on the responsibilities of city...
Two Chandler legislators land key leadership roles in new session
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Two Chandler legislators land key leadership roles in new session

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By Paul Maryniak In the wake of the Nov. 8 election, Chandler can now boast of having two key leaders in both chambers of the state Legislature when it goes into session in January. And the election added a touch of blue to the...
Chandler cardiovascular laboratory technician assisted federal health response
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Chandler cardiovascular laboratory technician assisted federal health response

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John Woycitzky, a cardiovascular laboratory technician from Chandler, helped patients affected by Hurricane Matthew as a member part of a National Disaster Medical Assistance Team. The group provided medical support to a hospital...
SRP honors energy champions, including City of Chandler
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SRP honors energy champions, including City of Chandler

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The Salt River Project named the City of Chandler a “Champion of Energy Efficiency” at its annual awards program, which honors organizations for going “above and beyond” to create a culture of conservation and...
Hamilton junior follows in father’s footsteps to become Eagle Scout
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Hamilton junior follows in father’s footsteps to become Eagle Scout

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By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski   Before Scott Bomberg was born, his mother and father yearned for him to be an Eagle Scout. “I remember driving home from my first ultrasound almost 18 years ago and Scotty’s father and I...
Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarship application process open
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Ronald McDonald House Charities scholarship application process open

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Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Phoenix Scholarship Program has opened its application process for Arizona high school seniors. The deadline for the 2017 academic year is 11:59 p.m. Central Time Jan. 18, 2017, and all...
Wartime history and culture programs offered by Chandler Public Library
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Wartime history and culture programs offered by Chandler Public Library

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The Chandler Public Library series, “America in Times of Conflict,” debuts Saturday, Nov. 5, featuring speakers, discussion groups, authors and films that explore the nation’s history and culture during wartime. The...
Dignity Health opens rehabilitation hospital with Kindred Healthcare
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Dignity Health opens rehabilitation hospital with Kindred Healthcare

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Patients impacted by significant injury, illness or trauma will be able to receive care at the new Dignity Health East Valley Rehabilitation Hospital in Chandler, a joint venture between Dignity Health and Kindred Healthcare. The...