Two-car collision strikes pedestrian in south Scottsdale

A pedestrian waiting on a street corner was struck by a vehicle following a two-vehicle collision on the afternoon of Friday, Jan. 11, police [...] Continue Reading →

Circumnavigators Desert Chapter to host luncheon, mask presentation

The local Circumnavigators Desert Chapter meeting will be at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 10 at the home of Steve and Gayle Pincus. Longtime [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves $65K settlement to bicyclist hit on road

A bicyclist demanding payment from the city of Scottsdale several years after being hit by a motorist will be offered a $65,000 settlement. The [...] Continue Reading →

Gallery 119 to showcase Marilyn Szabo solo exhibit

Gallery 119, 119 S. 11th Ave. in Phoenix, is set to exhibit Maria Callas Series in a solo exhibition by Marilyn Szabo, whom Royse Contemporary [...] Continue Reading →

Strang, interior designers offer decorating help at annual remodeling program

Updating and redesigning a home is a natural skill for a Scottsdale resident, who shares her decorating talents with the community. Amy Strang, [...] Continue Reading →

Coronado Community Carnival offers celebration of place in cinematic history

In the spring of 1988 high school student Mark Smith was ushered out of the auditorium at Coronado High School to make way for the production of [...] Continue Reading →

Planning Commission offers municipal blessing for Safari Old Town development

The Scottsdale Planning Commission will recommend a zoning amendment — as well as a new development plan with specific property development [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Museum of the West to showcase Barry Goldwater photos

Known as five-term U.S. Senator passionate about his native state of Arizona, Barry M. Goldwater (1909-1998) was also a gifted photographer, [...] Continue Reading →

Energy management rebate to Scottsdale Water tops $1 million

At Jan. 9 City Council meeting, Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane and Scottsdale Water Executive Director Brian K. Biesemeyer accepted a rebate check for [...] Continue Reading →

New self storage facility breaks ground near Scottsdale, Shea

Scottsdale-based 1784 Capital Holdings, LLC, has broken ground on its Gold Dust Self Storage project at 7245 E. Gold Dust Ave. The former [...] Continue Reading →