Authentic Mexican restaurant opening in Scottsdale, early 2019

Agave del Scottsdale, a new upscale, authentic Mexican restaurant will open in Scottsdale in early 2019. According to a press release, Agave del [...] Continue Reading →

Copper Ridge music students perform at community event

Copper Ridge School’s sixth, seventh, and eighth grade band and orchestra students entertained the crowd at a community event. According to a [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students deliver holiday joy at Phoenix elementary school

For over 25 years students from Saguaro High School have been participating in the Holiday Buddy program at David Crockett Elementary,  located [...] Continue Reading →

Assisted Living Locators expands leadership, hits 100th milestone

Assisted Living Locators, a senior care referral and placement agency, expands senior management while reaching its 100th franchise milestone. [...] Continue Reading →

CCUSD’s Ladas is named to ACTFL Board of Directors

American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Board of Directors Cave Creek Unified School District announces Cristina Ladas, world [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale authorizes Goodguys Southwest Nationals WestWorld contract

The Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the Goodguys Southwest Nationals WestWorld event agreement, making way for a pair of Goodguys [...] Continue Reading →

Prestige Cleaners partners with SFD for holiday clothing drive

Prestige Cleaners and the Scottsdale Fire Department partner for a holiday clothing drive through Dec. 21. According to a press release, [...] Continue Reading →

North Scottsdale provides desert setting for 10-week art show

A parcel of desert in north Scottsdale will become an arts community for 10 weeks as artists from across the globe set up their studios and [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s healthcare news, research publicized at 6th annual Cure Corridor

For the sixth consecutive year, Mayor Jim Lane is hosting Scottsdale’s Cure Corridor event with over 250 attendees and nearly every major [...] Continue Reading →

Examination of good will: An effort to understand the pursuit of service

As poverty numbers swell year-to-year — a 2016 United States Census Bureau report suggests nearly 18 percent of Arizonans live in poverty, [...] Continue Reading →