Saguaro rallies to down Chaparral in rivalry renewal

Not even an early deficit or a pesky cross-town rival could keep Saguaro High School from maintaining its 38-game win streak over in-state [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk future of economic development

Scottsdale voters will elect three people to serve as members of Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This election year features five [...] Continue Reading →

Housing market Q&A: Carolyn Rock offers insights of Scottsdale sub-market

Experts agree the Phoenix metropolitan housing market is on even footing as economic indicators suggest good times are here to stay. But, real [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale polo championship includes 6 matches during 2 days of shows, events

Nacho Figueras, Ashley Busch, Pete Webb and Kareem Rosser will take to the polo field at WestWorld of Scottsdale Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 10-11, for [...] Continue Reading →

SkySong adds 2 lease agreements

SkySong, the ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, has signed two new deals as construction and planning continue at the project. LiveOps, which [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Allstate Agency owners celebrate anniversaries

Allstate is celebrating the milestones of two local insurance agents who have helped Scottsdale residents protect what matters most to them – [...] Continue Reading →

Pardes student hits the TED-Ed stage to discuss arts in education

TED-Ed Club has posted Pardes Jewish Day School, 12753 N. Scottsdale Road, student Jennifer Marhoffer’s Talk on their TED-Ed Club website. One of [...] Continue Reading →

New commercial development set for Scottsdale Promenade

Scottsdale City Council has given final approval to re-plat a portion of The Promenade shopping center as developers there seek to create an [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale inks DA ensuring sidewalk, pedestrian lighting improvements

Scottsdale City Council approved a development agreement memorializing an in-lieu payment of $26,387 and off-site improvements, stemming from a [...] Continue Reading →

Chaparral, Saguaro reignite football rivalry after four-year hiatus

A heated rivalry has spent the last four years simmering but come Friday, Sept. 14, that rivalry will have a chance to reignite albeit with a [...] Continue Reading →