Whitehead: 3 environmental facts shaping my priorities at City Hall

In the spirit of Earth Day, I am working with staff and an energized Scottsdale Environmental Quality Advisory Board to find ways to find ways to [...] Continue Reading →

Butterfly Garden created at Rotary Park in Gainey Ranch

"If you plant pollinator friendly plants, a wide variety of pollinators will come." Continue Reading →

Camelback Village to host Saber Fencing Tournament

Camelback Village Racquet & Health Club is hosting a fencing tournament on Sunday, April 28, where club members and the general public are [...] Continue Reading →
Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund

Larry Fitzgerald softball game benefits food bank

In an effort to fight hunger in the Valley, The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund partnered with the St. Mary's Food Bank Alliance for this year's [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Water wins individual, team, safety awards

Scottsdale Water received multiple awards for excellence and safety at this year’s AZ Water Conference held at the Phoenix Convention Center [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools discusses Yavapai future while selecting Hohokam as next bond project

Hohokam Elementary School has officially returned to the list of planned Scottsdale Unified School District bond projects as district officials [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale author Rachel Kaplan inspires through reading, writing

Scottsdale resident Rachel Kaplan tells a story of inspiration as she penned books on being kind and living with a disability. The author had two [...] Continue Reading →

Vi Tones Spring Concert is scheduled for April 24

Residents of Vi at Silverstone, a north Scottsdale retirement community, will host a spring performance by the Vi Tones. The resident-run choir [...] Continue Reading →

Man, 53, dies while in Scottsdale Police custody

Scottsdale Police Department detectives are investigating the circumstances around the morning death of a 53-year-old man. According to a press [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD Governing Board delays decision on next bond projects

After a spirited debate, a split Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board decided to table a vote on naming Kiva and Pueblo elementary [...] Continue Reading →