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 →

Notre Dame Prep’s Jake Smith named Arizona Player of the Year

In its 34th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, the Gatorade Company announced Thursday, Dec. 6 Jake Smith of Notre Dame [...] Continue Reading →

Arrowhead Builders break ground on wellness campus on SRPMIC land

Arrowhead Builders, a Native American-owned general contractor, recently broke ground near Scottsdale on the 43-acre Sierra Bloom Wellness Campus [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale attorney sentenced to prison for bankruptcy fraud

Scott Allan Maasen, of Scottsdale, was sentenced by Senior U.S. District Judge David Campbell to 18 months in prison followed by three years of [...] Continue Reading →

Creative Center of Scottsdale seeks artists for pop-up event

The Creative Center of Scottsdale is accepting applications from local artists to set up shop during a pop-up fair in March celebrating the [...] Continue Reading →

Community prepares to honor Diane Cusack for leadership

Diane Cusack will receive the 2018 Drinkwater Community Leadership Award Friday, Dec. 14, for “60 years of inspired volunteer leadership.” “The [...] Continue Reading →

A brotherhood of success: Saguaro wins sixth consecutive state title

Every Friday morning during the fall, Saguaro High School football coach Jason Mohns takes his daughter to get donuts, a tradition he shares on [...] Continue Reading →