Heath: Beware of Scottsdale’s ‘angry mob’

Before we move too far away from the last election, I think it’s important to revisit Prop 420, because the group that orchestrated the [...] Continue Reading →

Germek: Museum Square proposal is too tall of an order for Old Town

The Museum Square Project as proposed will seal the fate of Old Town Scottsdale through changes in zoning, variances and acceptance of proforma [...] Continue Reading →

The ‘Cat Pack’ set its Annual Evening to Paws Gala, March 2

The “Cat Pack” returns for an Evening to Paws gala, benefiting the state’s oldest and largest no-kill shelter, Arizona Animal Welfare League. [...] Continue Reading →

Coronado boys soccer rides second-half resurgence to 3A state title

After 90 minutes of scoreless soccer, Coronado High School boys soccer opened the floodgates. Northwest Christian, in particular senior [...] Continue Reading →

Platinum Living Realty adds 30 new agents since new firm launched

Platinum Living Realty has announced that 30 new real estate agents have joined the firm since launching six months ago. According to a press [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale invites residents to review, comment on 67 potential city projects

Scottsdale has scheduled five meetings through mid-March for the public to review and comment on 67 potential city construction projects, [...] Continue Reading →

PVSchools Governing Board selects Jesse Welsh as next superintendent

The PVSchools Governing Board has selected Jesse Welsh, Ed.D., assistant superintendent of Clark County School District, to serve as [...] Continue Reading →

International Sportsmen’s Expo features new partnership, RV Pavilion

International Sportsmen’s Expositions and GS Media & Events have partnered for a multi-year agreement to expand the Arizona International [...] Continue Reading →

Ross Brown Partners makes Todd DeHaven vice president of operations

Todd DeHaven has been named vice president of operations for Ross Brown Partners, Inc., 8925 E. Pima Center Parkway in Scottsdale. Mr. DeHaven [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona Fine Art EXPO artist prepares painting for Oscars

He’s painting daily under the 44,000-square foot tent at the Arizona Fine Art EXPO, but in a few months, Reian Williams could be painting [...] Continue Reading →