Super Bowl 2023
The first half of Paradise Valley’s $50,000 investment to the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee has been paid with the execution of a new contract.
The Committee sought $341,959, but after …
After a 15-year career with the Town of Paradise Valley, building safety manager and Fire Marshal Bob Lee has retired.
In addition to his years at the town, Lee spent a combined 15 years in Cave …
For Scottsdale residents Ed Ober and his wife, Gail Silber Ober, chairing the upcoming Jewish Family & Children’s Services annual fundraiser was an easy decision.
After learning …
Martin Luther King Day
In addition to traditional ceremonies commemorating the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., many events are scheduled throughout the Valley, including many days designated community service days.
The Arizona Corporation Commission will vote on the proposed order in the EPCOR rate case at its open meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 11.
Prior to that meeting, the commission has scheduled a …
Gentree LLC, the owner of Smoke Tree Resort, filed for bankruptcy last July, court records show.
The bankruptcy case paused a condemnation court fight between Gentree and the Town of Paradise …
Scottsdale and Paradise Valley are moving forward with adding teeth to municipal ordinances associated to short-term rental properties in an effort to maintain health, safety and respectful …
The Town of Paradise Valley will host a mayor and town council candidate orientation on Jan. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the Town Hall boardroom and on Zoom to answer questions about running for …
From celebrating the town’s anniversary to preserving Paradise Valley’s quality of life, 2021 brought forward a number of memories for the community.
While municipal officials continue …
Paradise Valley Police Department responded to a report of a stolen vehicle on Dec. 26 around 9:30 a.m.
The theft, which occurred sometime after 11:30 p.m. on Dec. 25, took place at the 6200 …
The Town of Paradise Valley recently recognized 33 volunteers who have contributed hundreds of combined years of service despite challenges of adjusting to a rapidly changing world.
A man who sought to open a behavioral health facility in the Town of Paradise Valley is among nine individuals in connection with a fraudulent scheme.
Willie Mitchell aka Blu Mitchell, 40, of …