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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
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
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
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
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
Football fans across the nation watched last week the much-anticipated NFL Scouting Combine as it showcased the best of the best in American athleticism. Make no mistake that the … more
The Town of Paradise Valley homeowner got a message from his security monitoring company that there was motion inside his home. Not good. Nobody was supposed to be there and he was … more
I’m emailing you to frame Councilwoman Julie Pace’s well penned article on the Sanctuary SUP application for Casa Three. [caption id="attachment_10708" align="alignleft" … more
I am a long-time resident of Stone Canyon and many years ago was part of the team that approached the Town of Paradise Valley to allow the restaurant of the then-John Gardner’s Tennis Ranch to open … more
Working late in to Valentine’s Day evening, when love was in the air, exposed a very divided Paradise Valley Town Council on an issue that implicates the core values of our … more
[caption id="attachment_13715" align="aligncenter" width="600"] The Paradise Valley Public Safety Fair returns Saturday, Feb. 23. (Submitted photo)[/caption] Rock climbing walls, … more
[caption id="attachment_10799" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Paradise Valley Municipal Court is at 6517 E. Lincoln Dr. (File photo)[/caption] While some municipalities are paying … more
[caption id="attachment_13668" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Monopoly, a family-favorite board game within the Wastchak household, has been updated to feature Camelback Mountain. (Submitted … more
[caption id="attachment_12980" align="aligncenter" width="600"] A view of Lincoln Drive, facing east, that is being considered for median improvements. (Independent Newsmedia/Arianna … more
[caption id="attachment_13484" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Above are winners of the annual essay contest offered by The Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’i of Paradise Valley. (Photo credit: … more
Sixty-three years ago this month Turf Paradise opened its doors for the first time. That’s six decades at the same location at 19th Avenue and Bell Road in Phoenix, racing horses … more
Independent Newsmedia, Inc., USA, publisher of the Daily News-Sun and 10 community newspapers throughout the Valley, has been awarded one of two Pakis Center for Business … more
[caption id="attachment_13334" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Firebrand Ranch residents attended the Jan. 9 Planning Commission meeting to share their concerns on a proposed redevelopment at … more
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