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Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega wants to reexamine the Old Town Character Area Plan — guidelines for how development should unfold in that city envelope — but some have concerns about doing … more
A fashion show featuring a retrospective of fantastical designs by Patsy Lowry comes to Phoenix this month. The free event takes place from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on May 8 at Tradicciones, 1602 E. Roosevelt … 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 11th Annual Taco Festival is making a comeback to Salt River Fields. The Two-day event is set to deliver another year of taco madness with more than 50 taco makers over two days -- … more
Scottsdale’s chapter on desert rural land-use category appears to have come to an end, as the City Council agreed to abandon the effort during a May 4 work session. The city’s … 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
A Scottsdale doughnut shop is getting a boost in its revenue courtesy of one of the country's largest tennis shoe makers. California-based Vans is working with Chin Up Donuts in a effort to help … more
Southwest Behavioral & Health Services has a new chief operating officer and chief psychologist in two promotions announced on Monday. Dominic Miller was promoted to COO, and he will oversee … more
As Memorial Day approaches, the latest episode of Scottsdale’s new video/podcast series, Veterans AZ, is dedicated to those service members who lost their lives in the line of duty. … more
Faced with losing one of its key water sources, a group of residents in Rio Verde in the East Valley want to form their own water district to search for new sources, while another group of residents … more
Across Scottsdale’s nine ZIP codes there were less than 200 new COVID-19 cases recorded in the past week, numbers show, as 139,144 residents have reportedly received the vaccine. Since last … more
A Scottsdale mixed-use project the Grove at McCormick Ranch was sold for $14 million. The project, at 7300 and 7400 N. Via Paseo Del Sur, features 27,956 square feet of space that is fully leased. … more
Do you have ideas that could help the city of Scottsdale address problematic short-term rental homes in your neighborhood? Scottsdale’s new short-term rental working group, which includes … more
A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, May 4, as Scottsdale City Council considers more than $1.3 million in community development block grants, which will be invested into community services to … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying six suspects wanted for crimes committed during the May 30, 2020 riots in downtown Scottsdale. Scottsdale PD … more
Close to $11 million will be spent on the upcoming summer project rehabilitating Scottsdale Airport’s runway, pending the receipt of a Federal Aviation Administration grant. The Scottsdale … more
No amount of time moves slower than when you can’t find your child. What may be just a few seconds of scanning the backyard feels like an eternity as panicking thoughts race through your … more
Scottsdale is moving forward with renovating the horse barns at WestWorld to increase rentable space, one of the 2019 voter-approved bond projects. A design build manager for construction phase … more
Many high school students spend as much time on football fields, baseball diamonds or volleyball courts as they do in the classroom. more
John Whitney, a deputy chief for the Scottsdale Fire Department, has been hired to lead the Superstition Fire and Medical District. He begins work in May. Under the SFMD Governing Board’s … more
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