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Do you remember signing up for your first library card? A physical identification card with your name printed on it — one of our first forms of independence, unleashing countless literary … more
The Kimsey project — a mixed-use development seeking to maintain a 1960s building and historic Scottsdale roots — will ask for City Council’s blessing Tuesday night to redevelopment … more
After over a year of accommodating ever-changing COVID-19 mitigation practices and a vulnerable elderly congregation, Grace Bible Church in Sun City is looking forward to having their congregation fill the pews on Easter Sunday. more
Two more entities have joined the Arizona State Land Department in opposing Scottsdale’s proposed “desert rural” zoning designation in its general plan update draft. On March … more
The Scottsdale Planning Commission is looking again at ideas to address parking shortages in various areas of the city — including Old Town — after more than a year since the topic was … more
The Cosanti Foundation announced that President and CEO Patrick McWhortor has stepped down upon completion of his contract on March 31. Mr. McWhortor served at the helm of the foundation for two … more
Scottsdale has taken advantage of low interest rates and the city’s excellent bond ratings to refinance portions of the city’s debt, saving taxpayers an estimated $24.7 million over the … more
After schools abruptly closed in March 2020 because of the global coronavirus pandemic, many students reportedly fell by the wayside as districts locally and nationally noted students missing from … more
Barrett-Jackson, The World’s Greatest Collector Car Auctions, raised more than $5.8 million for charity at the just-concluded 2021 Scottsdale auction. In total, nine vehicles were sold to … more
Although Gov. Doug Ducey rescinded previous COVID-19 safety precaution orders, the city of Scottsdale says face coverings will still be required within municipal buildings. Gov. Ducey issued a … more
During a March 26 online event, Valley of the Sun United Way — celebrating its 95th anniversary — announced its Mighty Change plan. more
Although about $60 million in mechanics’ liens have been filed against Scottsdale-based Five Star Development, the company’s president says these disputes are in no way an indication of … more
Real estate brokers at The Watermark | Tempe --- a new high-end mixed-use project --- have announced completed openings of 10 retail and restaurant tenants along with three significant office lease … more
It isn’t the bill the Town of Paradise Valley was hoping for, but officials are attempting to get a modicum of tighter legislation into Senate Bill 1379 before it advances. Lobbyists … more
What was once tranquil and delightful neighborhood enclaves in places like the Town of Paradise Valley and Old Town Scottsdale have been transformed to unregulated neighborhood motels, officials … more
A proposed zoning category called “desert rural neighborhoods” slated to be a part of Scottsdale’s general plan update has received criticism from the state land department. On … more
Across Scottsdale, 99,214 residents have received the COVID-19 vaccine, numbers by Arizona Department of Health Services show. Compared to the week prior, 10,201 people received the vaccine in the … more
Sports fans will soon be able to catch an outdoor game at Maricopa County Community Colleges. more
Putting safety first amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiesta Bowl Organization and Desert Financial Credit Union will share kindness statewide with a traveling tour coined, “Kindness … more
The Scottsdale City Council majority voted to kick Planning Commissioner Prescott Smith off the volunteer board, citing the amount of times he has recused himself in public meetings because of a … more
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