Automated kiosks approved to operate in Scottsdale

Automated instant-cash kiosks designed to recycle electronics and reduce theft-related crimes will begin to operate in Scottsdale, after City [...] Continue Reading →

Wasted Grain gets makeover, opens Bubble Room champagne lounge

The Wasted Grain, described as a mainstay in the Old Town Scottsdale nightlife, has completed its summer renovations. Along with the complete [...] Continue Reading →

Going green: Scottsdale stylist explains recycling salon waste

Twenty-five-year-old Melina Lombardi is a cut above others when it comes to going green at her family hair salon. The manager of Hair by Michelle [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s Green Building Lecture Series begins with reuse lecture

Scottsdale’s Green Building Lecture Series kicks off its new season with a discussion on the reuse and recovery of materials and products [...] Continue Reading →

Women in Leadership Sept. 21 luncheon features state treasurer Klein

The Women in Leadership luncheon — featuringArizona Treasurer Eileen I. Klein — will be held on Friday, Sept. 21. According to a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale residents invited to Grand Ole Fashioned Picnic

Grab your blanket and picnic basket and join Scottsdale residents at Eldorado park on Sep. 22, for the Grand Ole Fashioned Picnic. There will be [...] Continue Reading →

Aviation department proposes Butherus Drive renaming

The city of Scottsdale Aviation Department is proposing to rename Butherus Drive to Aviation Way from Scottsdale Road to Airport Drive. This is [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale trolley, bus routes changes set for Oct. 22

A series of transit changes will go into effect Oct. 22 affecting trolley service and Valley Metro bus routes in Scottsdale. Changes include [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approvals make way for 2 Scottsdale healthcare centers

Two new residential healthcare centers will soon start development in Scottsdale following municipal approval this summer. On Aug. 28 Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Adopted son meets biological father in Scottsdale after 50 years

At the age of 50, Valley resident Brent Johnson met his biological father and two half sisters for the first time during Labor Day weekend in [...] Continue Reading →