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Paradise Valley continues to grapple with short-term rental prevalence, mitigation

While discussing adopting a new ordinance in the ongoing effort to fight unruly short-term rental properties in Paradise Valley, a power struggle between two local leaders presented itself at the …

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey lists home for $8.75 million

Gov. Doug Ducey is selling off his huge home in Paradise Valley for $8.75 million. But he insists he’s not going anywhere — at least not yet.

Short-term rental units sprout up in Phoenix as demand from visitors increases

Phoenix visitors looking for more affordable alternatives to hotels have led landlords to convert their apartment complexes and homes into short-term rentals with companies like Airbnb facilitating …

SmokeTree Resort leaves certain components behind as second round of municipal deliberations loom

After receiving a proverbial thumbs down on redevelopment plans, SmokeTree Resort has returned to Paradise Valley officials with a renewed request for a special use permit amendment. In an effort …

Paradise Valley police arrest Scottsdale man for evading, reckless driving

The Paradise Valley Police Department arrested a Scottsdale man for myriad charges, including evading and reckless driving.
Opinion

It’s the time of year when gift-giving is driven more by motivation than obligation. Beyond the heart-warming celebratory gatherings of friends and family, it’s the time of year when nonprofit …

Business

Sanctuary resort joins NFL’s Kick Hunger Challenge

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa in the Town of Paradise Valley announced its participation in the NFL’s Kick Hunger Challenge representing the Arizona Cardinals.

Dr. Scott Gerrish divides time between coasts, family

Dr. Scott Gerrish of Paradise Valley sculpts his engineering and medical knowledge into a weighty business he provides coast to coast.

Gammage & Burnham expand employment law services with new attorneys

Gammage & Burnham PLC recently announced it will offer a practice group for employment law services, which includes the addition of Paradise Valley councilmember and employment attorney Julie Pace.
Open for Business

Los Sombreros opens uptown Phoenix location

Central Mexican restaurant Los Sombreros has opened a new location in uptown Phoenix and the restaurant is celebrating with a grand opening event Friday, Dec. 13 at 322 E. Camelback Road.

Hundreds attend Abrazo Scottsdale surgical robotics event

Hundreds of community members attended an open house showcasing surgical robotics at the Abrazo Scottsdale Campus.
Education

The Navajo Times, a newspaper based out of Window Rock in the Navajo Nation, named Xavier College Preparatory volleyball player Kaori Robertson to its all-star list.

Entertainment
Arizona Masterworks Chorale

Arizona Masterworks Chorale presents Christmas sing-a-long

Arizona Masterworks Chorale presents Amahl and the Night Visitors Christmas sing-a-long and more Christmas tunes, 3 p.m. on Sunday, …

A blast and a half: The Brightside pursues new opportunities following release of Red Room

In a bedroom much like any other, guitarist Jesse Moran, drummer Nicolas “Nick” Luthi and lead singer Jacob Moran’s pixelated …

Heard Museum features ‘Maria Hupfield: Nine Years Towards the Sun’

The Heard Museum’s newest exhibition: “Maria Hupfield: Nine Years Towards the Sun” opens with free admission on First Friday at …
Valley Youth Theatre opens 24th Winnie-the-Pooh Christmas Tail

VYT to open 24th production of A Winnie-The-Pooh Christmas Tail

Valley Youth Theatre opens its 24th production of A Winnie-the-Pooh Christmas Tail, 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 6 at Valley Youth Theatre, …
"A Christmas Carol: The Musical" will take the stage at Fountain Hills Theater Dec. 6 and will run through Dec. 22.

‘A Christmas Carol: The Musical’ comes to Fountain Hills

The Fountain Hills Theater recently announced the return of “A Christmas Carol: The Musical.”