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Scottsdale golf event benefits Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children

The annual Tom Londen Memorial Golf Classic, benefitting the Arizona Cancer Foundation for Children, is Saturday, April 20, at the Talking Stick Golf Club, 9998 Talking Stick Way. Registration …

DPS continues investigating Paradise Valley's fatal car accident

The investigation by the Arizona Department of Public Safety into last month's fatal car accident near Lincoln Drive and 46th Street is ongoing. The report may be completed in two to three …

PVPD takes steps in recruiting, training officers

Paradise Valley Police Department’s recruiting services with Epic Productions of Phoenix launched last week. The recruitment website, joinparadisevalleypd.com, and social media platforms …

Home approved for undeveloped parcel in Paradise Valley

One of the Town of Paradise Valley’s last undeveloped parcels has a new single-family residence to be built. Paradise Valley Hillside Building Committee unanimously approved the formal …

Cottontail Run Road home remodel approved

A home on Cottontail Run Road, adjacent to Paradise Valley Country Club’s golf course, will be remodeled and have a guesthouse added. The Paradise Valley Hillside Building Committee …

Hillside committee approves new home on Highlands Drive

A new single-family residence at 6919 N. Highlands Drive has been approved for development with a variance granted due to the challenge of a spill slope’s existing disturbance. Feb. 14, …

Design of new Hummingbird Lane home returns to committee

A new single-family home at 7550 N. Hummingbird Lane was previously approved by the Paradise Valley Hillside Building Committee but plans were returned to them for review of a redesign. Aspects …

Valley teachers can still apply for SRP education grants

Teachers have until Wednesday, Feb. 28 to apply for an education grant to help them enhance learning in the areas of math, science, engineering, technology and social studies.

BASIS Scottsdale debates worldwide

Students around the world have been working on the 2023-24 International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) debate competition since last fall. Only 32 schools remain out of 311, including BASIS …

Paradise Valley Police Department hosts public meeting about burglaries

The Paradise Valley Police Department held a public meeting yesterday Feb. 13 to update residents about the recent burglary trend in and around the Valley while providing tips about improving home …


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Opinions with Civility

Hawke: Thoughts on the Ritz-Carlton project

I read with interest your Jan. 31 update on the Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley project. I was pleased to read that progress is being made and that we can all expect the resort, and all its accompanying …
Tom Patterson

Patterson: Beware those who intentionally use words to lie

The word “liberal” was once considered a compliment. It meant fair, principled and thoughtful.

Steinberg: Student art on display starting Feb. 22

It has been my pleasure to serve as a member of the PV Arts Board since 2017. The Board strives to create and sustain a cultural and artistic environment which encourages local artists, collectors …
Mark Stanton (Submitted photo)

Stanton: Announcing my candidacy for mayor

My decision to seek the office of mayor is rooted in my love for the town and belief in public service focusing on protecting the future of Paradise Valley for the generations ahead. My life is …
Anna Thomasson (Submitted photo)

Thomasson: Announcing my run for mayor

Inspired by Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner and past mayors, I filed to be on the Aug. 6 ballot to serve as your next mayor. For 30 years, including six years of volunteer service on Town Council, …
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The Upscale Singers performing in last spring's concert.

Upscale Singers set spring show in Scottsdale

The Upscale Singers, now with more singers—44, the most in the group’s history—will perform “Stage, Screen and Bandstand!”7 p.m. Saturday, April 6, and 2 p.m. Sunday, …
Piano soloist Qingqing Ye

Scottsdale Philharmonic presents tribute to Mozart

Tickets are now available for the Scottsdale Philharmonic’s Tribute to Mozart concert 4 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at the North Canyon Performing Arts Center, 1700 E. Union Hills Drive. …
The 2024 nonprofit Worldwide Women’s Film Festival is March 8-10, rescheduled to be part of International Women’s Day March 8.

Women’s Film Fest held next month in Scottsdale

To better celebrate women’s accomplishments, the 2024 nonprofit Worldwide Women’s Film Festival has moved its festival dates to March 8-10, to be part of the International Women’s …
The Scottsdale Arts District celebrates the heritage and beauty of Native cultures through art.

Scottsdale Gallery Association announces Native Spirit Gold Palette ArtWalk

The Scottsdale Gallery Association has scheduled its Native Spirit Gold Palette ArtWalk for 6:30-9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29. During the event, there will be live entertainment throughout the Scottsdale …
The city of Scottsdale is gearing up for the 71st annual Rodeo Scottsdale, also known as the Parada Del Sol Rodeo.

Annual Scottsdale rodeo gallops into Westworld

The city of Scottsdale is gearing up for the 71st annual Rodeo Scottsdale, also known as the Parada Del Sol Rodeo. The PRCA-sanctioned rodeo is a four-day extravaganza that will take place March 7-10 …

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