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The Town of Paradise Valley is considering making a change in its legal department by hiring an outside counsel. The Paradise Valley Town Council on Thursday, March 11, will consider hiring … more
In Paradise Valley, more than half of the town’s population has received the COVID-19 vaccine, state numbers show. On March 8, Arizona Department of Health Services reported 7,567 people within … more
A new report issued by Scottsdale-based Elliot Pollack & Co. gives a no-holds-barred opinion of short-term rentals on Arizona’s community. The February report, developed by … more
The Paradise Valley Police Department took the following incident reports from Feb. 18 through March 2: more
The newest version of the proposed code amendment to align building pad heights received a proverbial head nod from the Paradise Valley Town Council, although more work on the matter remains, … more
While the Arizona Legislature considers potential bills addressing short-term rentals, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley are doing all they can to push change and wrest local control from the hold … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council voted unanimously to outlaw recreational marijuana dispensaries following zero objections from the public. The 7-0 vote was made on Feb. 25 during a Town Council … more
When places of gathering were shut down at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, events were canceled or rescheduled for later dates. Fast forward to today and some events in the coming weeks are … more
Zuma is the winning name for the Name the Lion Contest hosted by Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center in Scottsdale. more
The Town of Paradise Valley will host a public hearing, followed by a vote, to outlaw dispensaries selling recreational marijuana within municipal limits. The Paradise Valley Town Council will … more
A Scottsdale-based hiring agency is lending its hand in the fight against the pandemic by filling vaccination sites with much-needed workers. Vaccinations have become a priority for states across … more
It may take until 2024 for the tourism industry to reach normalcy again, one local expert says, although Scottsdale’s local tourism sector is hopeful for a quicker return. Experience … more
Hines, the international real estate firm, is announcing the structural topping out of Adeline --- the new luxury residential high-rise community at the Collier Center in downtown Phoenix. … more
Governor Doug Ducey and the Arizona Department of Health Services has announced a state-operated COVID-19 vaccination site in the Phoenix metropolitan area’s east Valley. The new site will … more
Valley residents including a Scottsdale councilwoman appreciate efforts by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that recently announced a change on its position for climate action. more
Matthew Bradley, 34, of Peoria, was arrested by Paradise Valley Police on Feb. 18, following a report that he was allegedly sending lewd messages and photos to a minor. more
The Paradise Valley Police Department took the following incident reports from Feb. 11 through Feb. 17: more
The Paradise Valley Planning Commission revisited the topic of building pad heights, providing input on a proposed code amendment to address concerns with residential construction. The Paradise … more
A cascade of cause and effect is washing over various sectors of human service organizations throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area as outreach officials report stark increases in efforts to combat … more
EPCOR USA Inc. is extending its program to help Arizona customers with monthly bill credits into 2021 as the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to hit the economy. more
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