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Thursday, June 10, may become a red-letter day in the history of the construction of the Ritz-Carlton Paradise Valley Resort Community as an out-of-court settlement was announced jointly — by … more
A new survey from Maricopa County Department of Public Health asks county residents ages 12 and older how COVID-19 has impacted them and their families. more
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is urging representatives of the Scottsdale hotel being used as a temporary immigration facility to reconsider its plans, calling the situation a “grave … more
Completing a full school year — passing the challenges presented by a global pandemic — were reasons to celebrate for educators in the Scottsdale Unified School District as leaders and students alike have graduated from an academic year of “firsts.” more
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art presents works by emerging Phoenix-based artists in a group show entitled, “Forever Becoming: Young Phoenix Artists.” more
Trouble is brewing in the West Valley as one school district seeks to sever ties with the state’s school board association. more
Grand Canyon University won its first WAC conference tournament title last Saturday and looks to make noise in the NCAA Tournament as they face the No. 5 seeded Arizona Wildcats. It was not an … more
Views of protest at the intersection of Scottsdale and Mountain View roads marks the fervor of the national debate made local on how immigration laws, the nation’s borders and those found here … more
If you’re a driver who likes to push the peddle to the metal in Paradise Valley, new traffic calming tools and ideas to slow you down may be coming soon. To address speeding through … more
The Town of Paradise Valley is likely to contribute $50,000 to the Arizona Super Bowl Host Committee for the 2023 national championship game to be held in Glendale, although some stipulations come … more
Funds for tennis court renovations at Saguaro High School were recently approved by the Scottsdale Unified School District’s governing board. After assessing the current conditions of the … more
Town of Paradise Valley officials are poised to provide $25,000 to two community programs following a needs assessment that identified underserved areas. The council will vote Thursday, May 27, … more
A call to service for those whom the bell tolls is a unique draw for each. For Town of Paradise Valley resident Dr. Fred Lau, the call to service came during a time when patriotism, historians … more
A proposal to implement a 2.5% flat income tax for the state of Arizona has Town of Paradise Valley and city of Scottsdale lobbyists raising concerns about the municipal impact of a $1.5 billion … more
Since the early 1970s, the Fiesta Bowl has been synonymous with excellence in American major university football oftentimes pitting some of the best collegiate programs in history against one … more
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board will host its May 18 make-up meeting virtually tonight to ensure safety as police and school officials estimate hundreds of potential attendees. … more
The intersection of Lincoln Drive and Tatum Boulevard will be closed in all directions 6 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, May 22, for street resurfacing. Motorists are advised to avoid the area. The full … more
The opioid epidemic has been a widespread problem for the United States for many years and is not only not going away soon, but overdoses have been rising since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold of … more
You know what the problem is with recreational marijuana here in Arizona? What to do with all the money, cash money that is. On any given day in the Phoenix area, marijuana dispensary owners move … more
Short-term rental reform may not have been achieved this legislative session, but the Paradise Valley reputation has illuminated by virtue of the small but mighty community’s presence at … more
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