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The Paradise Valley Police Department recently recognized Ofc. James Skinner with a Lifesaving Award when he responded to an Emergency Medical Service call for an intoxicated man. more
Those eligible who have not yet received their COVID-19 vaccine or need their second dose can attend a free event 2:30-6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 23, at Eldorado Park Community Center, 2311 N. Miller … more
Legislative District 28 Rep. Aaron Lieberman, from the Town of Paradise Valley, announced Sept. 20 he is resigning from the state legislature to focus on his campaign for Arizona … more
For the past decade, the sport of polo descends upon Scottsdale for one weekend in the fall — a fast, powerful and flashy event that has successfully etched a mark in the international athletic … more
Maintaining Paradise Valley’s original characteristics and values is at the top of Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner’s priorities. As the Town Council begins anew for the fall, Bien-Willner … more
Paradise Valley and Scottsdale are home to some of the top resorts in the world. But who needs resorts when you have a home like this? Nestled along the northern stretches of Paradise Valley, … more
There is no disputing the need for temporary housing, but there was a dispute about how to properly address the issue as some elected Scottsdale officials point to a convoluted problem. more
On Sept. 11, members of Scottsdale’s community gathered at a local memorial tribute, marking 20 years since the terrorist attack on America. The ceremony featured Scottsdale Fire Department … more
Over the past two weeks, Scottsdale Public Art has been in the midst of an enormous job — moving 10 sculptures from the park area at Scottsdale Civic Center to make way for the city’s … more
Your ride downtown to county jail is worth about $220 to government coffers, a new agreement between two cities outlines. The Town of Paradise Valley and city of Scottsdale have drafted an … more
Jacob Anthony Chansley, also known as Jake Angeli, 34, of Phoenix, pleaded guilty on Sept. 3, to obstruction of an official proceeding, a felony, for his role in the crimes related to the breach of … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council may have been on break in recent weeks, but the elected officials are more than eager to return to work. One council member says they even experimented with making … more
The issue of face masks has been debated at many a recent Valley school district governing board meeting, with some parents vehemently against a requirement and some in favor of the COVID-19 mitigation effort. more
Several Paradise Valley Police Department employees — civilian and uniformed — were given a public shout out for stellar work by town officials. In Town Manager Jill Keimach’s … more
Scottsdale Airport could receive nearly $4 million in additional federal funding if the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act legislation becomes law, one Arizona senator says. The … more
If you’ve got the skill to become a top municipal employee, it can pay a pretty penny. In the Town of Paradise Valley, top employee salaries range from $205,000 to $94,000; while in … more
Scottsdale felt a collective sting to the heart Aug. 12 when Sen. Christine Marsh announced in a social media post she had been diagnosed with cancer. “Following a routine cancer screening, … more
The Town of Paradise Valley announced Aug. 12 that municipal buildings would return to Phase 2 protocols — while remaining open — due to the increase in COVID-19. Phase 2 COVID-19 … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department is using a new wireless method to gather feedback following interactions with officers. “It’s important for our department to provide the … more
National officials have scheduled a test for Wednesday, Aug. 11, to ensure their communication methods to reach Americans directly on their cell phones remains in-tact. Federal Emergency … more
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