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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
Readers are invited to submit photographs of desert landscapes, wildlife and prominent landmarks to be used in the 2022 Scenic Arizona calendar. These should be sent to aznews@newszap.com, with … 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
PHOENIX—The Arizona Community Foundation and its donors and municipal partners are pleased to announce grant, scholarship, small business recovery grants, and loan distributions for its fiscal year ending March 31, 2021. A total of $192,548,375 was awarded from funds of the Arizona Community Foundation and its six statewide Affiliates in Cochise, Flagstaff, the Gila Valley, Sedona, Yavapai County, and Yuma. more
The glowing topic about the new stadium lights installed on the Chaparral High School varsity baseball and softball fields has shone dimly at a recent Paradise Valley Town Council meeting. more
New rules and trends are emerging for doing business, running a business and managing the people of a business in the Phoenix area as both proprietors and the employed begin to look beyond doing … more
All involved parties are supporting an outside audit of the multiyear agreement between Experience Scottsdale and the city for destination marketing efforts, officials say. On May 11, the … more
Leonard Griffin knows the infrastructure of a top-25 men's soccer program when he sees it from his coaching and playing careers. That is a major part of why he and Grand Canyon are a mutual fit for him to be the Lopes' new head coach. more
A Phoenix native just received some high praise from the U.S. Navy this week.Alexis Zweygardt, a 2014 graduate of Glendale’s Independence High, was named Sailor of the Quarter for the USS … more
Experience Scottsdale’s performance and its contract with the city may soon be under evaluation as City Council looks to gather information prior to potentially renewing an agreement next … more
Paradise Valley property crimes were up in March, and nearly 70% of town thefts were accessed without forcible entry. In total, the Paradise Valley Police Department reported 64 crimes to the … more
A total of 160 Phoenix residents gathered for The Aggregate’s inaugural “Stronger Together” Luncheon held on April 23, at Mountain Shadows Resort in the Town of Paradise Valley. … more
The topics of residential lot splits, hillside and resort redevelopment have yielded a number of local comments stressing the importance of maintaining Paradise Valley’s unique charm and … more
After 24 years of leadership as Executive Director of the Franciscan Renewal Center, Fr. Joseph Schwab, OFM stepped down from his role on April 30, at his own request. He will leave for an … more
The Super Bowl Committee has reportedly asked the Town of Paradise Valley for a payment exceeding $300,000 — funds some Town Council members would like to better vet before giving away. The … more
On March 15, the Paradise Valley Public Works department started a Lincoln Drive resurfacing project, which includes installing 62 American with Disability Act curb ramps. So far, 40 ADA curb … more
The Scottsdale City Council unanimously approved an anti-discrimination ordinance for the local municipality on April 20, following years of work from dedicated advocates and allies, after such a law … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council will discuss replacing one of the planning commission seats to become available since Orme Lewis Jr. recently submitted his resignation. more
Have you been a victim of getting caught up in the Echo Canyon Trail traffic that jams up McDonald Drive? One Paradise Valley resident says the issue is troublesome. From vehicles stopping on the … more
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