Amy Zhou of Scottsdale Prep earns Presidential Scholar award

U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos recently named Amy Zhou, a senior at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, as a 2019 U.S. Presidential Scholar. [...] Continue Reading →

The Grand Canyon Chapter of DAR announces winner

The Grand Canyon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Christopher Columbus Essay Contest winner Maeve Logan of Chaparral High [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale native Waldrip introduces employment mobile app

Scottsdale native Jason Waldrip announces GigSmart, a new mobile app that helps connect workers with employers. The Denver technology guru is a [...] Continue Reading →

Maricopa County Board of Supervisors approves tentative budget

With a new decade on the horizon, Maricopa County is making investments to further position itself as an attractive, long-term home for families [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale seeks public input on becoming more bike friendly

The Scottsdale Transportation Department is hosting two public meetings with the hope of finding a way to bump the city’s status as a [...] Continue Reading →

Seven entrepreneurs receive Allstate Premier Agency designation

Seven Allstate exclusive agency owners in Scottsdale have been designated as an Allstate Premier Agency for 2019. According to a press release, [...] Continue Reading →

Kern: SCANA supports Scottsdale’s proposed FAA flight path changes

During the last Scottsdale City Council meeting on May 21, the City Council approved a resolution for Mayor Lane to submit a set of [...] Continue Reading →

Women’s leadership group recognizes Plexus’ Janice Jackson

Janice Jackson, president of marketing and sales for Plexus Worldwide based in Scottsdale, received recognition from a national women’s [...] Continue Reading →

Platinum Living Realty co-owner Macklin speaks at national conference

Jay Macklin, of Scottsdale-based Platinum Living Realty, recently spoke at a national conference where he shared his knowledge on using video for [...] Continue Reading →

Newly certified teachers graduate from Scottsdale program

The teacher shortage in Arizona shrank a little this week. Twenty-three new certified teachers graduated from the Scottsdale Teacher Education [...] Continue Reading →