Rotary Club of Scottsdale Rotarians receive Gift of Life recognition

At a recent Rotary Club of Scottsdale meeting, Keli Jo Hause, Gift of Life — Arizona Inc recognized Scott and Patti Miller for their long [...] Continue Reading →

Butterfly Wonderland releases tools to support autistic visitors

Butterfly Wonderland, a butterfly conservatory in Scottsdale, is celebrating the release of its new tools to support visitors with autism and [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD outlines efforts for Coronado Learning Community Success Initiative

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board heard an update on the Coronado Success Initiative, which now has been expanded to [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Stadium improvements commence following municipal blessing

Scottsdale City Council has authorized the use of up to $80,000 to construct decking in the left-field area at Scottsdale Stadium, in addition to [...] Continue Reading →

Independent Newsmedia to launch ‘Charity Begins at Home’ campaign

Independent Newsmedia, Inc., USA, publisher of the Daily News-Sun and 10 community newspapers throughout the Valley, has been awarded one of two [...] Continue Reading →

Jan. 17: Auction donates funds to SRPD officer Clayton Townsend family

The owner of a 1994 custom Club Car Golf Cart has announced that proceeds from Thursday’s auction of the vehicle will be donated to the Townsend [...] Continue Reading →

Homeowners Financial Group announces partnership with Dorn Homes

Homeowners Financial Group has announced a new partnership with Prescott-based homebuilder Dorn Homes. The collaboration between the two [...] Continue Reading →

You Are Art: Artist reception for Gennaro Garcia Jan. 17

Royse Contemporary in Old Town Scottsdale presents You Are Art, the solo exhibition of Gennaro Garcia. The exhibit will kick-off with an artist [...] Continue Reading →

Bill Gates elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors

Bill Gates, the newly-elected chairman of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, says county government is making a difference on pressing [...] Continue Reading →

Gibson: Animal sanctuaries aren’t just for the critters; they’re for people too

A student struggles with basic science because it’s “boring” and he can’t see how it applies to real life. A homeowner steps into his backyard to [...] Continue Reading →