The Journey of Fatherhood: Rediscovery of oneself and the meaning of life

“Every father should remember one day his son will follow his example, not his advice.” –Charles Kettering My name is Tony and I have [...] Continue Reading →

Voices for CASA Children to host three informational sessions

Thousands of children navigate the foster care system in Maricopa County every year, making for little stability, a lot of moving and even more [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona resident Tim Kloenne awarded Anser Award from Southwest PGA

Tim Kloenne has been named the 27th recipient of the Southwest PGA PING Anser Award, recognizing an individual whose positive efforts have [...] Continue Reading →

Jonjay, Rich #LoveUp Foundation gift new laptops to graduating eighth-graders

The Johnjay and Rich #LoveUp Foundation and the Arizona Department of Child Safety surprised a group of graduating eighth-grade foster children [...] Continue Reading →

Paradise Valley Unified plans to increase primary property taxes

In compliance with §15-905.01, Arizona Revised Statutes, Paradise Valley Unified School District is notifying its property taxpayers of the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidate has signatures challenged at Superior Court

Signatures gathered and submitted by Scottsdale City Council candidate Alyssa Robis have been challenged at Maricopa County Superior Court. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Chamber accepting nominations for Sterling Awards

Nominations are now being accepted for the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce’s 33rd Annual Sterling Awards set for Nov. 16 at the Embassy [...] Continue Reading →

Wilson: don’t dilute Arizona Science Standards

Why in the world are we discussing the validity of biological evolution in 2018? Because Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane [...] Continue Reading →

Old Town Scottsdale development framework updates in the works

Scottsdale City Council is expected to consider formal action on new downtown development parameters for Old Town Scottsdale Monday, July 2. A [...] Continue Reading →

Phillips: myriad zoning pursuits to impact Scottsdale neighborhoods

Timing is everything. That’s why multiple rezoning cases have been filed in the past few weeks, with so many Scottsdale residents away for the [...] Continue Reading →