Alley: Who really speaks for south Scottsdale?

I walked in to the standing room only council meeting about five minutes before its scheduled start. It was Wednesday, Dec. 12, and on the agenda [...] Continue Reading →

Bridge repairs, utility work, road improvements affect traffic on city streets

Scottsdale transportation officials have released a partial list of road construction projects and traffic restrictions. A Salt River [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council OKs Papago Plaza revitalization pursuit

A development lauded to transform the defunct 1960s Papago Plaza in south Scottsdale has unanimously passed Scottsdale City Council. On [...] Continue Reading →

AgJunction relocating corporate headquarters to Scottsdale

Agritech company AgJunction has announced the relocation of its corporate headquarters from Hiawatha, Kansas, to Scottsdale effective [...] Continue Reading →

Art shows coming to Scottsdale Fashion Square in early ’19

Wonderspaces has announced it will partner with artists from around the world to present a series of ticketed art shows in a 16,000-square-foot [...] Continue Reading →

ADOT adds travel times on message boards along I-17 to Flagstaff

The Arizona Department of has started posting travel times on electronic message boards along Interstate 17 between Phoenix and Flagstaff. The [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools selects architectural firm for Cherokee rebuild

The rebuild of Cherokee Elementary School will move forward after the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board approved Orcutt Winslow [...] Continue Reading →

Vociferous residents turn noses up at Scottsdale’s Rockbar patio renewal

An outdoor dining license agreement for Old Town Scottsdale establishment, Rockbar, has been approved by City Council, despite push-back from [...] Continue Reading →

‘A Man Named Pearl’ screens at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts

“A Man Named Pearl,” a story about topiary artist Pearl Fryar screens Sunday, Jan 20 for the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Scottsdale Center [...] Continue Reading →

1st ArtWalk of the year to benefit 100 Club, honor first responders

Scottsdale’s first ArtWalk of 2019 will honor police officers, firefighters and others who provide protection to residents and businesses [...] Continue Reading →