Sonora Quest is out for blood in pursuit of colorectal cancer eradication

Numbers show various forms of colorectal cancer are on the rise in Americans, and data illustrates those younger than 50 years old being [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves PHS validity amid neighbor complaints

After venomous concerns, the Phoenix Herpetological Society has received the Scottsdale City Council’s approval to “validate a long-standing land [...] Continue Reading →

CaddieNow hires Michael Azulay as VP of product and tech

CaddieNow, the nation’s most trusted caddie programming, has hired noted platform technology expert, and Scottsdale resident, Michael Azulay as [...] Continue Reading →

SPD: Woman dies after jumping from moving vehicle, driver arrested

A woman has died after jumping from a moving vehicle along Indian Bend Road in Scottsdale, according to police officials. On Thursday, March 14, [...] Continue Reading →

Arizona foster care organization dedicates new property

Arizona Helping Hands, the state’s largest provider of basic needs for children in foster care, held a dedication breakfast on Friday March 8 to [...] Continue Reading →

Furr takes first at Rodeo Scottsdale Bullfighters Only

Top-three finishes in the first three events of his Bullfighters Only season weren’t enough for Kris Furr, so he did something about it this past [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale resident helps in largest spay neuter event in history

Arizona Humane Society’s Brinley Suppes, of Scottsdale, recently assisted more than 1,400 pets in Puerto Rico. According to a press release, the [...] Continue Reading →

SkySong 5 tops out as structure nears completion

SkySong 5, 1301-1475 N. Scottsdale Road, has reached a key construction milestone as the office building at the project moves toward completion [...] Continue Reading →

Tisha Bhatnagar named BGCGS 2019 Youth of the Year

Tisha Bhatnagar, 17-year-old member of Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale’s Sal Cosenza Teen Center at the Virginia G. Piper Branch was [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD Governing Board gets first look at Cherokee project

Phoenix-based Orcutt Winslow recently provided the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board an update on its efforts regarding the [...] Continue Reading →