Newly certified teachers graduate from Scottsdale program

The teacher shortage in Arizona shrank a little this week. Twenty-three new certified teachers graduated from the Scottsdale Teacher Education [...] Continue Reading →

One voice: Scottsdale pursues citizen relief from disruptive commercial flight patterns

After nearly five years and hundreds of thousands of loud flights to the chagrin of Scottsdale residents, the local municipality is submitting [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale NoDDC campaign violation filing meant to ‘protect the election process’

David Smith — a resident, former city treasurer and elected leader — has filed a second campaign finance complaint against NoDDC [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce endorses Scottsdale bond measures

The Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce has endorsed three Scottsdale bond measures on the November 2019 ballot and will become a supporter of [...] Continue Reading →

Biologists collect turtles in front of Phoenix Zoo

A trio of local biologists spent some time on the pond in front of the Phoenix Zoo in search of turtles. Christina Jones, Arizona Game and Fish [...] Continue Reading →

City Council paves way to improve Hayden, Thomas roads intersection

Approving on consent at the May 14 meeting, Scottsdale City Council authorized a $235,440 contract with Ritoch-Powell and Associates for [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves contract, makes budget moves for future fire station

The City of Scottsdale made a flurry of moves, including award a construction contract, regarding the building of Fire Station 603 at its recent [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council eyes $1.5B municipal budget next fiscal year

A tentative budget for Scottsdale’s upcoming fiscal year, carrying a total of $1.5 billion, has been unanimously approved by city officials. On [...] Continue Reading →

Female victim dies after being hit by vehicle in Scottsdale

A 24-year-old woman from Canada has died after being hit by a vehicle while searching for a lost cell phone on Thomas Road in Scottsdale at [...] Continue Reading →

FAA flight paths: Scottsdale officials host Tuesday discussion on proposed changes

The Scottsdale City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, to consider approval to authorize the mayor to submit comments on behalf of the [...] Continue Reading →