Scottsdale approves third amendment to Museum Square purchase agreement

Scottsdale City Council approved its third amendment to the Loloma Lands purchase and sale agreement regarding city-owned land in Old Town [...] Continue Reading →

Drinkwater Bridge nears reopening after Scottsdale approves contract

Drinkwater Bridge will enter its third phase of construction after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent a construction manager at-risk [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools completes racial discrimination investigation at Arcadia

Scottsdale Unified School District completed its investigation into alleged racial discrimination from Arcadia High School basketball coaches, [...] Continue Reading →

Codes, collaboration and parking define underlying Old Town Scottsdale development tension

The old adage, “the squeaky wheel gets the grease,” continues to ring true. On a blistering July day — like countless others before — [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale establishes Veterans Commission, evaluates volunteer service parameters

A new municipal commission for local veterans has been approved, while others have been altered by Scottsdale’s elected officials. Earlier this [...] Continue Reading →

Janik: COGS formally opposes current Scottsdale development direction

The Coalition of Greater Scottsdale strongly opposes the current practice of increasing height and density to dramatically increase the city’s [...] Continue Reading →

Honor Wall: Scottsdale community honors its veteran residents

More than 50 Scottsdale senior residents were honored on July 5, when McDowell Village Senior Living unveiled a wall commemorating the veterans [...] Continue Reading →

Taliesin West among 8 Frank Lloyd Wright buildings inscribed on UNESCO World Heritage List

The World Heritage Committee, meeting in Baku, Azerbaijan, has officially inscribed the 20th-Century Architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, which [...] Continue Reading →

Dispatch from Kenya: Crutches 4 Africa July 7

We were able to get extremely close to giraffes, zebra and wildebeests. I love giraffes so much that I almost started getting emotional just [...] Continue Reading →

Brunch Café expands from Illinois, opens in Scottsdale

If you’re looking for a new spot in Scottsdale to enjoy a made-from-scratch breakfast, brunch, or lunch, the Brunch Café has recently opened up. [...] Continue Reading →