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More than $100,000 is what Scottsdale is paying to the Greater Phoenix Economic Council for the entity’s regional economic development marketing services. more
A stand-down order was not issued by any Scottsdale police official while businesses were being looted and burglarized, Chief Alan Rodbell states in a new report on the May 30 riots in Old Town … more
For the 13th year, Scottsdale will be submitting grant applications for Proposition 202 funds from local Native American tribes and nations on behalf of city-operated programs. more
On July 4, 1776, America’s founding fathers adopted the Declaration of Independence --- an action held near and dear to Americans hearts some 200 years later. While July 4, 2020 looked much … more
As of Friday, July 10 the state of Arizona remains ground zero due to continued reports of COVID-19 now widespread from corner to corner of the Grand Canyon State. The Arizona Department of Health … more
The return of professional sports will provide a portion of normalcy for many people, but what sports will look like is going to be far from normal. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting over 112,000 cases of COVID-19 as of Thursday morning. more
Scottsdale City Council agreed with, and approved, recommendations made by the Human Services Commission for funding programs aimed at assisting community needs. On June 30, City Council … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting over 108,000 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday morning. In Arizona, there are 108,614 cases and 1,963 deaths of the novel coronavirus, up … more
The Town of Paradise Valley will work to protect the best interests of Paradise Valley residents and remain true to the spirit and the letter of its agreements with Five Star Development in response … more
Municipal fire departments around the valley have been dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic since late February and the call volume has decreased inside some organizations, officials contend. more
For the next three years, Arizona State University experts will work with Scottsdale to address ways to create a “cooler and more sustainable urban environment.” more
Arizona health officials have added over 100 deaths of COVID-19 to the state’s total, though nearly half of them are due to death certificate matching. more
The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for the public’s help with information about an assault at a local park. more
Nearly $30 million in federal funds have officially made their way through the municipal approval process, providing monetary assistance for Scottsdale community needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. … more
The state of Arizona has already made technological changes to the medical marijuana program in the years since its been implemented. more
If there’s going to be an initiative to legalize the recreational use of marijuana, it may as well have 420,000 signatures to get it on the ballot. more
Eligible Maricopa County voters have until the end of Monday, July 6 to register to vote in the August Primary Election. Voters can go to Register.Maricopa.Vote to find information on eligibility … more
Arizona has joined a handful of states in the U.S. reporting over 100,000 cases of COVID-19. more
Police say a suspect shot and killed a 35-year-old man following three robberies at convenience stores in Mesa and Scottsdale. Scottsdale police said a shooting broke out around 3 a.m. Friday, … more
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