Scottsdale police arrest Jadyn Curtis for Larwinski murder

The Scottsdale Police Department has arrested 22-year-old Jadyn Curtis for the June 24 murder of Paulette Larwinski. According to Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students complete international service project

Four Scottsdale students have returned from an international service project in Trivandrum, India, where they delivered over $3,000 of needed [...] Continue Reading →

Public invited to learn about Scottsdale Bike Station Study

The city of Scottsdale received funding from the Maricopa Association of Governments to conduct a Bicycle Station Study to evaluate and recommend [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale residents can grab sandbags for monsoon preparedness

Sandbags are available for  Scottsdale residents at select locations as part of monsoon preparedness. Since summer monsoons can develop rapidly [...] Continue Reading →

Earnhardt closing Scottsdale Mazda location, other sites remain Valleywide

As Earnhardt closes its Mazda dealership at 15350 N. Hayden Road, in Scottsdale, executives ensure the public that Earnhardt Auto Centers are [...] Continue Reading →

Lack of verified ballot measure mutes Scottsdale political infighting for now

No further action is required at this time, the Scottsdale City Clerk’s Office told Desert EDGE Advocates and Desert Discovery Center Scottsdale, [...] Continue Reading →

Eligible nonprofits can apply for Community Impact Grants through July 22

OneAZ Credit Union and OneAZ Community Foundation are accepting applications for the 2018 Community Impact Grants Program through July 22. Local [...] Continue Reading →

Silver alert: Scottsdale police search for disabled man

Assistance is needed from the public in locating a disable man who went missing in Scottsdale on July 10, police officials say. The Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

A mother’s love: Shawn Graulich talks pride of her student-athlete

The Scottsdale Independent reached out to Shawn Graulich, who is the mother of one of our most recent student-athlete profiles. An excerpt from [...] Continue Reading →

Old Town Scottsdale plan could help downtown sector reach new heights

Officials at City Hall have gained city council’s blessing to implement Old Town development criteria ultimately being injected into the [...] Continue Reading →