Michael McKee’s art graces Hidden in the Hills artist directory

Landscape painting, “Sedona Snow,” by pastel artist Michael McKee, will grace the Hidden in the Hills artist directory’s glossy cover. Just as [...] Continue Reading →

SkySong nears full occupancy with latest leases

Three new leases and two renewed leases totaling more than 37,000 square feet have SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center nearing full [...] Continue Reading →

Slavin promoted to assistant chief at Scottsdale Police Department

Scottsdale Police Department Cmdr. Rich Slavin has been promoted to the rank of assistant chief of police. The effective date of promotion was [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Philharmonic awards scholarships to Rosie’s House students

Four Rosie’s House students received a $250 scholarship from the Scottsdale Philharmonic. Kenia Ramirez (flute), Salvatore Papandrea (violin), [...] Continue Reading →

The Journey of Fatherhood: Rediscovery of oneself and the meaning of life

“Every father should remember one day his son will follow his example, not his advice.” –Charles Kettering My name is Tony and I have [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s flood hazard reduction efforts lower insurance costs

Scottsdale property owners started saving more on flood insurance May 1 thanks to flood hazard reduction efforts by the city, officials stated. [...] Continue Reading →

Phoenix Rising FC Youth Soccer partners with Dignity Health

Phoenix Rising FC Youth Soccer has announced a title partnership program with Dignity Health, one of the nation’s largest health care [...] Continue Reading →

Nonprofit in need of volunteers to help seniors

Many isolated elders and home-bound adults are without vital services such as transportation to the grocery store and doctor’s appointments this [...] Continue Reading →

Split vote: Scottsdale paves way for Crossroads East atop 136 acres

Scottsdale City Council has put in place significant changes making way for new development, height and density on both sides of Loop 101 around [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD residents invited to public hearing on proposed property tax increase for July 1

Scottsdale Unified School District residents are invited to a public hearing on the proposed property tax increase. The hearing is scheduled for [...] Continue Reading →