5-year Scottsdale building permit snapshot highlights steady real estate trends

Since 2014, the total amount of building permits issued in Scottsdale has remained mostly steady — floating above 2,500 from year to year [...] Continue Reading →

Executive Council Charities announces Cantina availability at Salt River Fields

This season, Spring Training attendees can watch the games in a “Cantina” at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick, 7555 North Pima Road. Hosted by [...] Continue Reading →

Floyd’s 99 Barbershop offering half-priced haircuts to furloughed employees

Floyd’s 99 Barbershop is offering half-priced haircuts and complimentary massage shampoos to furloughed government employees in Arizona until the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Alkaline Water Company to trade on NASDAQ Stock Market

The Alkaline Water Company Inc., which has products bottled under Alkaline88, has announced that its shares of common stock received approval for [...] Continue Reading →

Schenkat: Scottsdale’s lock box program saved my life

Two months ago I had to call 9-1-1. I had passed out and fell on my kitchen floor. Fortunately, I had contacted the Scottsdale Area Association [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Can future Scottsdale leaders transcend stagnant directional planning?

As we turn the page and head into a new year, Scottsdale residents have installed a new City Council and presumably a fresh set of objectives and [...] Continue Reading →

Korte: Ingenuity is the key to finding Scottsdale Stadium renovation funds

The City Council will be addressing many important issues this year, especially how to fund the city’s deteriorating infrastructure. One of the [...] Continue Reading →

NAWBO Phoenix to present social entrepreneurship panel talk

The Phoenix Chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners will present a panel discussion about social entrepreneurship and why it [...] Continue Reading →

Serena: Indian Bend Wash will be exceptional with continued resident input

I have lived within a stone’s throw of Indian Bend Wash for most of my life. My family and I love everything it offers. The long stretch of green [...] Continue Reading →

Seeing double: Twins Jaedyn, Jordyn O’Reilly make impact at Desert Mountain

In reminiscing about twins Jaedyn and Jordyn O’Reilly, Desert Mountain High School Girls Basketball Coach Alicia Sanchez remembers one story that [...] Continue Reading →