Scottsdale Desert Stages Theatre presents “Disney’s The Lion King Jr.”

Desert Stages Theatre has announced the opening of the children’s show, “Disney’s The Lion King Jr.” on Saturday, Sept. 14 at Scottsdale Fashion [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council OKs 32-lot McDowell Mountain Manor subdivision

In late August, Scottsdale City Council approved amended development standards allowing a 32-lot subdivision on about 40 acres at the southwest [...] Continue Reading →

Fiesta Bowl, DriveTime offer $1M to Arizona educators through Wishes for Teachers program

As part of its mission to enhance the lives of Arizonans through youth, sports and education, the Fiesta Bowl organization has opened [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves density incentive for north Scottsdale parcel

A north Scottsdale planned subdivision will get more lots in exchange for more natural open space as part of an amendment to the already-approved [...] Continue Reading →

Budvari-Glenn: Access to quality public education essential for Scottsdale, all children

I’m a sophomore at Emerson College in Boston, but I still remember that week in high school when we ran out of paper — and had no [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools lays groundwork for new superintendent search

The search is on again for Scottsdale Unified School District’s next superintendent as the Governing Board dissected its next steps in finding [...] Continue Reading →

Sonoran Trails Middle School students win 2019 Heritage Grant Award

Sonoran Trails Middle School announces that eighth graders from the 2018-19 school year won a grant from the Arizona Game & Fish Department. [...] Continue Reading →

Meet your neighbor: Marohn serves as Scottsdale Ambassador, substitute teacher

Name: Janice Marohn Where I live: Scottsdale When and why I moved here: I moved here 42 years ago from South Dakota to escape their winters. What [...] Continue Reading →

A new path: Ex-Horizon coach Eric Kibler forges new future in coaching baseball

Eric Kibler just isn’t the retiring type. He’s not the type of guy who would spend his days on the golf course after an illustrious 38-year [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: ‘I would not try nor ever want to obstruct justice’

Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead denies she would nor has she ever knowingly sought to obstruct justice. On Thursday, Aug. 29 former [...] Continue Reading →