Kern: SCANA supports Scottsdale’s proposed FAA flight path changes

During the last Scottsdale City Council meeting on May 21, the City Council approved a resolution for Mayor Lane to submit a set of [...] Continue Reading →

Weller: Voting yes on questions 1, 2, and 3 enhances public safety on multiple levels

The Scottsdale Firefighters Association’s support for Scottsdale’s $319 million bond package is based on far more than the much needed items that [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: Getting to know residents of Scottsdale is crucial to effect change

I have read the column by Tim Burns regarding “quality of life,” “development,” and “housing,” mostly describing the division in our city between [...] Continue Reading →

Campana: Historic 1990s efforts by Drinkwater, Goddard

Terry Goddard, former mayor of Phoenix, was part of a compelling series of speakers that shared their personal and professional thoughts this [...] Continue Reading →

Burns: Maintaining quality of life will be paramount as Scottsdale future unfolds

Scottsdale is presently experiencing an extraordinary level of development activity that is rapidly changing the character and housing mix of the [...] Continue Reading →

Shufelt: AHH strives to give babies a safe place to sleep

The DCS Safe Sleep Campaign is an initiative sponsored by the Arizona Department of Child Safety promoting safe sleep for infants. The program [...] Continue Reading →

Merrifield: Local nonprofits feel the impact of federal tax changes

While the economy is booming, some nonprofits are seeing a downturn in donations — a worrisome trend. An Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits [...] Continue Reading →

Wiggs: Cultivating mental health awareness in Arizona

One in five adults — over 40 million — in the U.S. experience a mental illness each year, with depression and anxiety among the most [...] Continue Reading →

Shapiro: Politics aside, Scottsdale is the positive sum of its communal parts

Recently, Scottsdale’s History Hall of Fame inducted six new honorees. The 2019 honorees included a local philanthropist, civic leaders, a famous [...] Continue Reading →

Herzog: My evolution as a mother is constantly blossoming

When I reflect on what it means to be a mom, it sometimes brings a smile to my face and at other times, fills me with anxiety that I’m not doing [...] Continue Reading →