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Join the Scottsdale Fire Fighter Association on Saturday, Oct. 25 at Scottsdale Stadium for the 20th Annual Fire Fighter Charities “World Series Salute and Dinner on the Diamond.” more
As with any job, serving on Scottsdale City Council — a public, four-year gig — comes with challenges from a busy schedule to long meetings, stressful situations and everything in … more
A fundamental keystone to what makes America a special place is equitable access to quality public education no matter where a young person calls home. But despite this agreed-upon truth, for … more
Stockdale Capital Partners, a Los Angeles-based real estate investment firm, leased nearly 10,000 square feet of wet lab and research and development space at its Ilume Innovation Center in … more
Mask up, Scottsdale! Masks were part of our winning strategy. We should not give up on a winning strategy. We can all be proud that our efforts over the last several months have taken Arizona … more
Scottsdale is at a watershed moment for our city. Voters have two distinct choices in the November election for our City Council. Residents can choose positive, forward thinking, fact-based … more
Even in a pandemic, Scottsdale politicians are spending big to help secure seats in the general election. Scottsdale’s political candidates, who hope to be elected Nov. 3, are raising (and … more
Choosing the best leaders right now is more important than ever before. I am supporting John Little as a City Council candidate for his long standing, deep, and thoughtful commitment to support … more
The Arizona Diamondbacks has announced the 33-game spring training schedule, featuring 15 home games and two road games at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick. more
At Tuesday’s Scottsdale City Council meeting, City Manager Jim Thompson presented the various actions municipal leaders have taken to assist with day-to-day life during the COVID-19 … more
Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial, Inc. has awarded an aviation scholarship to  a Cochise College student,  Michael Barragan, pursuing an associate of professional pilot technology degree.  more
Please be careful if you see Scottsdale City Council candidate John Little zip by around Oct. 10 or 11. At the age of 70, he’ll be riding a bike — or scooter or Segway or walking or … more
Scottsdale will be moving forward with a strategic plan to approve a redemption of 2010 municipal property corporation excise tax bonds that financed water and sewer improvements. The redemption … more
The Dignity Health Board of Directors have appointed Scottsdale resident Liz Agboola to the community board for Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and St. Joseph’s … more
Embedded within the Scottsdale Unified School District’s student release forms this year includes a COVID-19 waiver and acknowledgment added to myriad documents required to be signed. more
Broth & Bao – counter-service, build-your-own ramen and bao restaurant – is being constructed at 1455 N. Scottsdale Road with a projected opening for this fall. more
The city of Scottsdale announced Sept. 21 that the face covering order, which went into effect in June, has been rescinded meanwhile Maricopa County still requires the preventative COVID-19 … more
My name is Bonnie Bezon. I am a National Board Certified Teacher with 18 years of experience. I taught in the Scottsdale public school district for 15 years, and served for three years alongside of … more
Keith, 77, of Surprise, AZ, passed away on Sept. 13, 2020, 6 days before his 78th birthday. Keith was born in Croydon in the United Kingdom.He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Sandra Johnson … more
With the upcoming November mayoral election drawing near, Scottsdale residents may be wondering what the final two candidates have to say over some hot topic issues that are pressing in the … more
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