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Changes to internal operations may be underway for the Paradise Valley Public Safety Foundation in the name of transparency.  more
Barrett-Jackson Auction Co. is going live with its first in-person auction since January, but without the throngs of onlookers that normally dominate its regular Scottsdale shows to meet capacity … more
A 156-acre fresh food haven is planned for a site in south Phoenix that aims to provide the community with fresh food and lead in food industry innovation. In the project’s first development … more
As concerns over the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis have driven a wave of U.S. workers to embrace the work-from-home trend. more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
At Tuesday’s Scottsdale City Council meeting, City Manager Jim Thompson presented the various actions municipal leaders have taken to assist with day-to-day life during the COVID-19 … more
If you ask Police Chief Peter Wingert, Paradise Valley’s license plate recognition technology has become so embedded within the police department’s culture it is used on every call and … more
Paradise Valley Town Attorney Andrew Miller has announced his plans to retire from the municipality in December, after providing legal services for more than two decades. “I have thoroughly … more
Following the revelation of the printing press, words have been weaponized, propaganda espoused and disinformation integrated into democratic societies. But in the 21st century, media consumers can … more
Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations --- in partnership with Ford Robert Black Agency and J Group Media --- has announced Scottsdale Fashion Week is postponed. Proponents of the … more
As consumer spending has undoubtedly shifted during the time of the novel coronavirus, Independent Newsmedia reached out Certified Financial Planner Jason Ayala. Mr. Ayala, a Scottsdale-based … more
As Arizona COVID-19 cases reported continue to show downward trends, sectors of the economy are beginning to reopen albeit with strict occupancy rules, which restaurant owners and industry experts … more
With one of the topics of the summer — police — solidifying its mark in social history, Paradise Valley Police Chief Peter Wingert examined how the local department compares to suggested … more
This fall, work may move swiftly on the 2022 General Plan update process as Paradise Valley town staff sets up a series of proposed deadlines to begin renewing the 10-year document. With COVID-19 … more
As swaths of Arizona residents have been participating in social-distance measures curbing the widespread of the COVID-19 virus many have found themselves thrust into the digital landscape. As … more
As the global pandemic of 2020 continues to wreak havoc on all things tourism, Independent Newsmedia reached out to municipal and tourism leaders to explore the deep impacts of COVID-19 on aspects of … more
The harsh realities of trickle-down economics of college football in and around the city of Tempe is slowly becoming realized as the annual boost to local coffers will not be coming this fall. On … more
Routine vaccinations have declined dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, as parents avoid medical services to mitigate the transmission of the coronavirus. While Arizona Complete Health … more
A crowd boasting American flags and Trump hats gathered this Labor Day morning at the Arizona Capitol to defend the rights of business owners. Bill Crawford, Scottsdale business owner and former … more
Federal and state officials have long wanted to connect Phoenix and Las Vegas as part of a long interstate that runs from Mexico to Canada. more
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