Drivers face several new restrictions on city roads

Numerous construction projects are taking place in Scottsdale, requiring drivers to deal with traffic restrictions. While many of them have been [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council to host pancake breakfast fundraiser

The Scottsdale City Council is hosting a pancake breakfast with hopes of raising funds for the Scottsdale Historical Society. The breakfast is [...] Continue Reading →

Cave Creek teachers become National Board Certified

Cave Creek Unified School District announced its newest National Board Certified Teachers. The district’s National Board Certified Teacher Mr. [...] Continue Reading →

Borowsky: The benevolence of Scottsdale’s big event season

In just a few weeks Barrett-Jackson will kick-off an extraordinary run of impressive special events in Scottsdale, followed by the Waste [...] Continue Reading →

Jewish film festival celebrates 23 years in February

The 23rd Annual Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival will screen films at three Valley locations Feb. 10-24. The event “celebrates its 23rd year [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale 2018-19 girls basketball preview

The girls basketball season is underway across Scottsdale with many teams playing several games already ahead of the holiday break. The [...] Continue Reading →

Eldorado on 1st selects brokerage team

Eldorado on 1st has selected a team of four to sell its remaining luxury townhomes. Joe Bushong, Chad Christian, Grant Almquist and Leslie [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale 2018-19 boys basketball preview

The boys basketball season is underway across Scottsdale with many teams playing several games already ahead of the holiday break. The [...] Continue Reading →

Maricopa Association of Goverments paves way for Loop 101 project

The Maricopa Association of Goverments Regional Council recently voted to approve a $225.5 million project that includes additional lanes on the [...] Continue Reading →

An examination of good will: The Scottsdale Bible Church

As the amount of need grows year to year, outreach officials agree, without the service of local religious and nonprofit organizations many of [...] Continue Reading →