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What would health care look like if providers collaborated to offer their patients more comprehensive and improved quality care? I can tell you, first hand, it would look a lot like … more
To me, this is the classic slippery slope story of “no good deed goes unpunished.” The Sanctuary has in effect, taken the rope given it by the Town, and weaved it into a web … more
[caption id="attachment_13978" align="alignright" width="320"] Doug Guffey named to NOAH Board (Submitted photo)[/caption] Jaburg Wilk healthcare attorney and partner, Douglas … more
The Sanctuary’s request to add to their Casa III House has generated a great deal of very valuable discussion about the impact of a terrace and additional rooms generating noise from events on the … more
Regarding Julie Pace’s PV Public Safety Fair mission, I needed to know if the Paradise Valley Police Department mission for the kids to learn how to solve is based on the Howard Brown violent death … more
As more shopping goes online the dynamic continues to have profound impacts for Arizona cities and towns. That’s because the tax structure in this state means local sales tax … more
Being aware of your risk of disease can help you manage, rectify or even prevent the condition from progressing -- this is why it’s imperative to know your critical health numbers. … more
Gilbert Wang was the principal at Madison No. 1 Elementary School when I was growing up. Paul Dembow During assemblies … more
Fellow Residents of TPV: As with many other TPV longtime residents, I have long felt that the benefits of the RoboCop photo traffic system are far outweighed by the … more
Florence Crittenton recently hired Britta O’Connor as the new chief development officer and Joseph Curtis for a newly-created position as director of individual giving. … more
As a result of a tragic automobile accident, see YouTube (James Anton Distracted Driving), I know what it is like to seek medical solutions from Texas to California. [caption … more
Dear friends and neighbors: I am pleased to provide you with an update on some of the issues we’ve been working on, and will do so on a periodic basis going forward with the goal of increasing … more
Over the summer, our Town Council is on “recess” and not scheduled for regular public meetings. This is because we prefer to do the public’s business when most of our citizens are in … more
K. Michelle Ronan joins Jaburg Wilk (Submitted photo) The law firm of Jaburg Wilk has announced that attorney, K. Michelle Ronan recently joined the law … more
Over 240 acres worth over $100 million dollars. Civic leaders of Paradise Valley have made important progress to preserve mountain views and open space that are integral to the residential … more
(A photo of Xuantunich by Cristina Glascock) Belize is a country full of natural beauty and fascinating archaeology. My … more
I am responding to Mr. Anton’s Point of View column on April 17. I truly appreciate the difficult path he traveled in recovering from a horrible traffic … more
Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust funds construction for the Licensing and Safety program providing fire extinguishers, smoke alarms, carbon monoxide detectors, first aid kits, and safety … more
The nights are cooling down, and the days are not quite as long. Mayor Jerry Bien-Willner (Arianna Grainey/Independent … more
Paradise Valley is a truly a remarkable place to live. An area of stunning natural scenery, beautiful homes and some of the most amazing resorts in the country. What ties all these wonderful … more
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