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How many motorists on Scottsdale Road were high on marijuana as you drove to dinner with your family last Friday night? The question isn’t so simple, legal experts say. Is a person who … more
Aaron Lieberman, the elected state representative for Legislative District 28 and Paradise Valley resident, has announced his bid for Arizona governor in the November 2022 election. Lieberman, a … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department reminds families that there is a free service to help plan ahead of an emergency called AlertPV. more
The Paradise Valley Planning Commission spent about 1.5 hours on July 20 reviewing different sections of the General Plan update, however work was leftover. The commission has been tasked with … more
Just in time for the soaring summer temperatures, a local senior received assistance for a new air conditioning unit provided at no cost through the collaboration between the Maricopa County Human … more
For the fist time since February, Scottsdale is now in high community transmission, Maricopa County data shows. According to the Maricopa County Schools Dashboard, during July 11-17, Scottsdale … more
Impenetrable. Unbreakable. Protected. “The product is what we call a physical pest barrier in the world of pest control, and they call it integrated pest management,” said Tony … more
Paradise Valley Police Department officers responded to a reported suspicious vehicle at 9:58 p.m. on Saturday, July 24, in the area of 6400 E. Maverick Road. more
Health care workers in and around Phoenix are once again springing into action as an uptick in severe COVID-19 cases — largely caused by the highly transmissible Delta variant — rattles hospitals. more
The history of American municipal, county and state police for the last quarter-century — both proponents and detractors of law enforcement, say — has been marred by acts of disgusting … more
Paradise Valley’s Chief Financial Officer, Douglas Allen, has been offered and accepted a new position with the city of Yuma. Allen has been with the Town of Paradise Valley for the past few … more
Panoramic canyon sights at Grand Canyon National Park and the glitz and glow of Scottsdale nights didn’t suffer devastating economic blows during the pandemic. In fact, tourism in the Grand … more
Drivers, start your engines because McLaren Scottsdale is hoping to move its showroom to a new location off Hayden Road. Owner Mike Ward, listed as BA Elk Grove LLC on documents filed with the … more
Mysterious electric misfires happening in one’s brain is the best guess brilliant minds of the medical community can offer in explanation of the neurological condition commonly known as … more
Scottsdale detectives have found probable cause to file charges against Paradise Valley Town Councilman Paul Dembow for theft, a police report shows. A July 1 Scottsdale Police Department … more
Physical and sentimental roots of Scottsdale are being removed this week, as a large 80-year-old oak tree at the Mowry’s former family home in Old Town is being cut down. Known unofficially … more
Scottsdale’s short-term rental task force has identified a handful of ways to strengthen legal enforcement and tracking of vacation homes. On June 1, the Scottsdale City Council voted … more
As the grounds of Earth, the water planet, continues its march toward a much more arid environment the echoes of the philosophy of Paolo Soleri have begun to ring louder in recent years. What was … more
The love and dedication a parent can feel for a child are unrivaled by any physiological connection discovered in the known universe but for parents facing a new Down syndrome diagnosis, the effect … more
Photojournalist Arianna Grainey, a Queen Creek resident, took first place in “Shoot Like Shirley,” a contest for sports photography shot by women under the age of 30. Grainey serves as … more
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