Zoning, land use changes set up future Scottsdale mixed-use development

Developers took their first steps in the redevelopment of a 13.1-acre lot on Raintree Drive after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent [...] Continue Reading →

By the numbers: Scooters record nearly 300,000 rides in 4-month period

The rideshare scooters in Scottsdale have been a hot-button issue for many residents, but a new report issued by the city shows the vehicles are [...] Continue Reading →

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation introduces revamped K-12 field trip program

The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation is rolling out a revamped K-12 field trip program this fall at Taliesin West in Scottsdale with the [...] Continue Reading →

Chewy, influencer Lee Asher tour Arizona shelters, make donations

Chewy — an online retailer of pet food and pet products — and influencer Lee Asher partner with shelters nationwide to help animals [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD sticks with McPherson & Jacobson in superintendent search

McPherson & Jacobson will return to aid in the Scottsdale Unified School District superintendent search as the Governing Board unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Tavern Grille receives wagering establishment license renewal

Tavern Grille will continue offering wagering opportunities after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the restaurant’s Teletrack [...] Continue Reading →

Silverman: Scottsdale’s important choice

Scottsdale has been my home since 1953. I have owned and operated businesses here and had the honor of serving on the Scottsdale City Council. I [...] Continue Reading →

WestWorld events bring economic gain to Scottsdale

Scottsdale boasts large events annually that makes a significant impact on its local economy and beyond. Several of those events are housed at [...] Continue Reading →

Grand Canyon Chapter DAR presents awards to Messinger, Sydnor

The Grand Canyon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently presented DAR Historic Preservation Recognition Awards to Paul [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale to fund Dia de los Muertos event

Dia de los Muertos is receiving the backing of the City of Scottsdale. The City Council approved on consent at its Sept. 24 meeting funding not [...] Continue Reading →