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On the Arizona State Legislature’s website, AZLeg.gov, there is a wealth of information ranging from upcoming calendars, information about the state senate and house leaders and a system to … more
About 375 people huddled ready to hear from Arizona State University Football Coach Herm Edwards who was the keynote speaker at the 26th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Living the Dream Community Dinner Celebration. more
The Rock ‘N’ Roll Arizona Marathon race will bring in a host of road closures along with Scottsdale’s typical closures on Arizona Loop 101 and Hayden Road. more
The group responsible for gathering around 17,000 signatures in December, reportedly operating with a throng of volunteers to accomplish such a feat, paid a professional signature gatherer nearly … more
A request to finalize a replat of Sereno Canyon Phase 2, seeking to create single-family homes within the larger residential community, has been approved by municipal leaders. On Jan. 14, … more
Scottsdale City Councilmember Virginia Korte has announced her bid to become the city’s next mayor. The second-generation Arizona native with deep roots in Scottsdale launched an … more
Scottsdale Fire Department wrapped up its 2019 Toy Drive with more than 12,000 toys collected throughout November and December. “We are fortunate to have a very generous community,” … more
2020 is a much-anticipated election year, with President Donald Trump seeking a second term at the White House. Here in Arizona, multiple positions of power are up for grabs. Among them are … more
Should Arizona voters be able to know the original sources of money spent to influence Arizona elections? Terry Goddard thinks so. Mr. Goddard, a longtime political advocate, former mayor of … more
Tammy Caputi, founder and president of Yale Electric West, a Scottsdale-based wholesale supplier of lighting and electrical products, has announced her run for the Scottsdale City … more
Michael Auerbach of Scottsdale has announced the launch of his exploratory committee for Scottsdale City Council. Mr. Auerbach says he sees a bright future for Scottsdale, according to a press … more
A local LLC coined STR Ventures is seeking Scottsdale’s approval to remodel some downtown properties into short-term rental units, just a stone’s throw away from the municipal … more
Scottsdale Public Art is teaming up with the City of Scottsdale to update and provide a contemporary look to the gateway markers for residents and visitors entering the municipality. For this project, … more
Attorney General Mark Brnovich has announced that his office filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against Juul Labs, Inc., regarding the advertisement and sale of JUUL’s vaping devices and vaping … more
Follow. The. Money. When movers and shakers deem a local election important, money flows through various effort to see success at the ballot box for a particular candidate --- or a political point … more
Thirty minutes before City Hall locked up for the weekend, more than 30 boxes containing thousands of signatures supporting a referendum petition to halt the Southbridge Two project in Old Town … more
Scottsdale police canceled a Silver Alert after finding a missing Scottsdale man. more
The City of Scottsdale celebrated actions and ideas presented by its employees, including improving a park, creating a butterfly exhibit and developing a system to provide medical service to Phoenix … more
The Office of the Arizona Attorney General’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit is ranked second highest in the nation according to data provided to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. … more
January marks a new year, a new decade and a defining moment for the City of Scottsdale. As elected leaders look forward to the new year --- and reminisce on the last 12 months --- the seven … more
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