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The City of Scottsdale and Phoenix Rescue Mission are celebrating a successful first month of … more
The personal car of famed auto designer Carroll Shelby will be crossing the block again this spring as part of a private collection. more
Level Up Scottsdale has renewed and amended its permit with the city to continue operating a medical marijuana dispensary. On Feb. 16, the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the updated … more
Scottsdale has contracted with three companies for various citywide mechanical and plumbing work to the tune of $4 million. The contracts with Midstate Mechanical Inc.; McCarthy Building … more
Within the confines of our hearts is often found space for gratitude, generosity, kindness and appreciation. The emotions emulated through giving and philanthropy can be monetary or a simple … more
The Scottsdale Police Department took the following incident reports from Jan. 28 through Feb. 10: more
Scottsdale’s COVID-19 numbers continue to decline with less than 500 new cases in the most recent week. Arizona Department of Health Services reports 461 new COVID-19 cases linked to … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify two suspects who allegedly stole from an elderly victim. Police officials say an elderly victim returned home … more
Proponents at Tucson-based technology startup, ConfirmD, contend innovative approach to digital registration is changing the way the world is verifying COVID-19 vaccination status. Since vaccine … more
During the weeks leading up to the COVID-19 vaccine arriving in Arizona, the city of Scottsdale purchased supplies to assist HonorHealth and its point of distribution. At a cost of $21,560, the … more
HonorHealth has administered tens of thousands COVID-19 vaccines, but supply isn’t expected to last after February, one official says. Michelle Pabis, HonorHealth vice president of … more
Three major pharmacy chains across the Valley of the Sun will soon be offering COVID-19 vaccines to Maricopa County residents over the age of 75. more
On April 3, Windom Security Strategies along with other local law enforcement agencies will host a career fair targeted at people interested in pursuing work in the field. The Scottsdale-based … more
A Phoenix public relations firm is in the works to contract with Paradise Valley to assist with media requests, social media and press releases, among other things. The Paradise Valley Town Council … more
The Thunderbirds — hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open — has announced the tournament raised $115,250 through its Faces on 16 campaign, a program that had fans donate money to have … more
A multi-agency intergovernmental agreement — including the Town of Paradise Valley and cities of Mesa, Apache Junction, Phoenix and Scottsdale — for participation in the Arizona Child … more
After a national recruitment, the City Council has selected Ben Lane as Scottsdale’s next city clerk. Mr. Lane has been the deputy city clerk in Phoenix since March 2011, where he managed … more
Scottsdale saw a sharp decrease in the amount of new COVID-19 cases reported last week, state numbers show. Arizona Department of Health Services reports only 577 new COVID-19 cases linked to … more
Scottsdale City Council recently acquired a small swath of land from the Arizona Conference of Seventh Day Adventists allowing access to improve a city-owned Park and Ride facility also on property … more
Residents are invited to participate in a virtual Scottsdale general plan update open house on Thursday, Feb. 18. There are three time slots available to participate: 8-10:30 a.m. 11 … more
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