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Gilbert is a suburb of Phoenix and was recognized as one of the top 25 safest cities in America. It was originally developed as a train station in the late 1890s when William Gilbert allowed the Arizona Eastern Railway to develop a rail siding on his property. Primarily a farming community, Gilbert has remained an agriculturally based town over the years and was known as the "Hay capital of the World" until the late 1920s.

Population: 217521
Local Newspapers: Gilbert Republic Gilbert Times
Local Sports Teams: Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) Arizona Rattlers (AFL) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA) Phoenix Suns (NBA) Arizona Cardinals (NFL)
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Zip Codes associated with gilbert, arizona: 85233 85234 85236 85296
Towns/Cities near gilbert, arizona : Chandler Mesa Queen Creek Tempe Guadalupe

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Phoenix shelter: Stolen pup returned after public plea

A 2-month-old puppy was stolen from the Arizona Animal Welfare League, a Phoenix shelter, and the suspects were caught on camera. Phoenix shelter: Stolen pup returned after public plea A 2-month-old puppy was stolen from the Arizona Animal Welfare League, a Phoenix shelter, and the suspects were caught on camera.

Subaru wants to sign up 400 body shops for its new collision repair program

Subaru of America is the latest car company to launch an automaker- certified collision repair program, working with its dealerships as well as select independent body shops. Subaru developed its plan with Wadsworth International, a consultancy in suburban Philadelphia that will administer the program.

Bitter & Twisted nominated for international cocktail award third year in a row

The downtown Phoenix bar has been nominated in two categories for the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards, which takes place in July in New Orleans. Bitter & Twisted nominated for international cocktail award third year in a row The downtown Phoenix bar has been nominated in two categories for the Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards, which takes place in July in New Orleans.

Police seek man accused of trying to lure child into van in Gilbert

Police seek man accused of trying to lure child into van in Gilbert Gilbert Police released a sketch of a man accused of trying to lure a child into his van in Gilbert Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2t02bsK Readers can send news tips to azcentral.com via the newspaper's social media channels, email or by calling the office. Gilbert Police released a sketch of a man suspected of trying to lure a child into his van in Gilbert, officials said.

Funding Death: Arizona Families Sue Banks Accused of Financing Attacks on U.S. Soldiers

When Ahmed Alahmedalabdaloklah was convicted on terrorism charges in U.S. District Court in Arizona, the case represented only part of the effort in American courtrooms to hold accountable those who killed more than 1,700 U.S. soldiers with roadside bombs in Iraq. Federal agents described him as a master bomb-designer during the conflict, and said his case was the first time a foreign combatant from Iraq had been brought to justice in a U.S. court.

Man surrenders after firing gun near Gilbert hospital

Gilbert police said the man fired a shot into the air and then pointed the gun to his head outside Banner Gateway Medical Center. Man surrenders after firing gun near Gilbert hospital Gilbert police said the man fired a shot into the air and then pointed the gun to his head outside Banner Gateway Medical Center.

Teens' campaign to 'post the positive' coming to Utah this summer

Kenzie McKallor, left, and Besty Hughes, right, teamed up in 2016 to launch the campaign "Posting the Positive," which encourages people to be positive both on social media and in face-to-face interactions. For starters, the now-best-friends connected on Instagram before they became friends in person at South Valley Junior High School in Gilbert, Arizona.

Circle of Terror: Following the Trail of Deadly IEDs From Arizona to Iraq and Back

His conviction brought the story's Arizona connections full circle. The bombs included parts made in Chandler.

Gilbert couple finds a home in their favorite neighorhood

Gilbert couple finds a home in their favorite neighorhood Mike and Lex Sawtelle, with their son Rudy and dog Wrigley. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2Jv5end The 3,600 square foot home sits on a 1-acre lot on a horse property neighborhood.

Rain in Phoenix on June 11? That would be a first

Rain in Phoenix on June 11? That would be a first June 11 is the only date on the calendar with no measurable rain in Phoenix. Check out this story on azcentral.com: https://azc.cc/2sWpfrC As temperatures near triple digits, Amara Hanson, 7, and her sister, Laehana Hanson, 2, of Mesa cool off at the splash pad at Riverview Park in Mesa on Oct. 24, 2017.

Property taxes for poor seniors could double next year if program remains unfunded

A program to help low-income elderly people pay property taxes is running out of funds. Legislation to expand it failed this year.

Gilbert to pay as much as $3M for 2,500 jobs with Deloitte

The new campus for the financial firm Deloitte will help the business expand its cloud, automation and artificial intelligence businesses. Gilbert to pay as much as $3M for 2,500 jobs with Deloitte The new campus for the financial firm Deloitte will help the business expand its cloud, automation and artificial intelligence businesses.

Rescue pets up for adoption this week in metro Phoenix

Each week The Republic highlights some of the adoptable animals in the Valley. This week includes an energetic kitty and a loving, fun former stray.

Maricopa colleges get complaints over showing 'The Last Temptation of Christ' in class

Christine Accurso complained to the district's governing board that the film is a "blasphemous video" that has no place in a college course. Maricopa colleges get complaints over showing 'The Last Temptation of Christ' in class Christine Accurso complained to the district's governing board that the film is a "blasphemous video" that has no place in a college course.

City of Dubuque revokes banner policy ruled unconstitutional by Supreme Court

A popular topic for discussion and debate at the most recent city council meeting in Dubuque focused on the "banner policy" in the city, causing a rare, but immediate reconsideration from council members. Before this, the city had guidelines in its banner policy to either approve or deny certain messages.

Gilbert expects to ask voters to pay for police, fire training facility

Gilbert to send a bond request to November 2018 ballot for $84.6 million to fund a public safety training facility for police and firefighters. Gilbert expects to ask voters to pay for police, fire training facility Gilbert to send a bond request to November 2018 ballot for $84.6 million to fund a public safety training facility for police and firefighters.

7 Great Places for Pork Rinds and Chicharrones in Metro Phoenix

Chicharrones, pork rinds, pig skins, cracklins, cueritos . Whatever you call them, you know you like them.

Child porn distributor admits to sex with minors

On May 30, Special Agents from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security raided a home in Gilbert, near Val Vista Drive and Baseline Road. Agents were serving a warrant based on evidence that allegedly showed that 24-year-old Paul Frederick Jordan was distributing child porn.

Missing Az. woman found in NY after stopping in Vt.

The Times Union reports police identified 38-year-old Amanda Hanover of Gilbert, Arizona, over the weekend after contacting relatives and searching a national missing persons database. Hanover was found wandering in the Schenectady suburb of Niskayuna Saturday with two Amtrak tickets and a note with three phone numbers.

Four-story, 249-unit apartment complex plan in NE Gilbert draws ire from residents

Gilbert is in the midst of a months-long heated debate over a 249-unit apartment complex planned for the southeast part of town. Four-story, 249-unit apartment complex plan in NE Gilbert draws ire from residents Gilbert is in the midst of a months-long heated debate over a 249-unit apartment complex planned for the southeast part of town.

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