Two South Chandler industrial sites buildings and an office building changed hands in the last month in three separate deals totaling nearly $70 million.
Israel is really good at business, David Wanetick argues. The Chandler man said the rest of the world could benefit by partnering with Israeli companies – and he’s ready to help.
Claire Larson has built a successful yoga business in a couple ways.
The founder of an indoor pickleball facility in Chandler says his business has been so successful that he’s franchising it.
It’s not a secret that the jobs of the future are going to require a heavy dose of science, technology, engineering and math education.
Snow White is setting up shop in Downtown Chandler.
Amy Liu-Sanders, a teacher in the Chandler Unified School District, and her friend Nela Vascones went to visit Vascones’ daughter in Colorado.
While everyone else was learning how to make sourdough bread during the COVID-19 lockdowns, Ben Smith was learning how to launch an app that asks users a single question but could hold many answers in the youth mental health crisis.
Goodbye, peanut shells and burgers; hello, hummus, shawarma and kibbeh: A Lebanese restaurant is now open in the former Teakwoods Tavern on the southeast corner of Ray and Kyrene roads in Chandler.
A Chandler woman has been elected president and chair of the American Association of Cosmetology Schools.
Coffee is a central part of the Costa Rican culture, and one East Valley family shares that heritage with every cup they serve.
When Chuck and Angela Fazio moved from a traditional real estate agency to a cloud-based international company, they were left with a beautiful building in Chandler.
One of the first things that let’s diners know Feringhee’s is not your typical Indian food restaurant, is what they won’t hear.
Cleaning homes contaminated by suicides, hoarding, trauma or hazardous chemicals is an arduous task. As the owners of Grand Canyon Decon LLC, Mary Stringer and Steve Whaley do so with compassion for their clients.