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From gun violence then to a lingering virus now, the soil below where public education occurs has been labeled dangerous ground for American students for nearly a decade. Aside from the dangers … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department received a report of a stolen golf car and want the public’s help with information regarding the motor vehicle theft. more
The furry friends that hold a special place in our hearts leave lasting impacts that are oftentimes unforgettable. From the childhood dog you grew up with, to the cat you adopted while living … more
Scottsdale and north Phoenix residents emphasize diversity and competitiveness in district drawings, as citizen speakers advocated for fairness and representation before the public and … more
The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $15 million investment in domestic violence support services for Maricopa County residents. more
The Thunderbirds --- hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open --- announced the 2021 edition of “The People’s Open” raised more than $3.8 million that will be awarded to Arizona … more
HonorHealth is experiencing an “unprecedented” demand for care pushing upwards on its capacity, the Valley hospital system said in an Oct. 4 statement, citing COVID-19, RSV, West Nile … more
A candlelight vigil is planned 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2, at Miracle League Baseball Stadium, as the search for missing Scottsdale resident Najib “Jubi” Monsif continues.  Monsif, 20, was … more
The key to unlocking more affordable housing options may turn with supply and demand, at least that’s what some Scottsdale City Council leaders think. more
If preliminary redistricting maps come to fruition, the Town of Paradise Valley — a relatively small, 14,500-resident community — could be divided up into four legislative … more
EPCOR Water Co. customers’ frustrations were growing since August when it became difficult to contact the company, but the situation is improving. more
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
Independent Newsmedia is featuring a Veterans Day Salute to honor those who have served our country. Thank you for your service. Residents are encouraged to submit a photograph along with the … 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
When Jordan and Lyric Dodd sat down last year and realized they had paid more than $20,000 in rent, it was that moment the couple realized homeownership was in their future. “I believe our … more
U.S. Egg is teaming up with Arizona Helping Hands once again as the dynamic duo hosts a new toy and pajama drive for boys and girls in foster care here in the Valley of the Sun. Helping Hands is … 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
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