SUSD’s Nutrition Services eliminates reduced lunch fee

Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, starting Aug. 5, about 800 Scottsdale Unified School District students could benefit from waived [...] Continue Reading →

Close & McLaren: Transparency, citizen oversight key to Scottsdale bonds

Scottsdale voters are informed, sophisticated and always want to see transparency in their city government and community institutions. [...] Continue Reading →

A comeback story: Former WBO champion seeks redemption at Westworld of Scottsdale

Standing in Phoenix’s Hammer Boxing gym, 43-year-old Scottsdale resident and Belarus native Sergei Liakhovich eyes a small round punching bag. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Charros child assistance program channels tax credit to charity

All action begins with a single thought of motivation. For Scottsdale Charro Jason Klonoski the action behind his thought of action has blossomed [...] Continue Reading →

Thunderbirds give $300,000 to Human Services Campus

“The Human Services Campus is providing life-changing services for individuals experiencing homelessness, giving them the tools to become [...] Continue Reading →

Carolina Panther, BALUNSD forge partnership in Scottsdale

BALUNSD, a performance and recovery studio in Scottsdale, is getting ready to celebrate its two-year anniversary with new ownership. Carolina [...] Continue Reading →

Greenburg: My Scottsdale school board investigation findings

As the result of private litigation initially filed against the “unknown owner” of perlebergforsusd.com by Barbara Perleberg in 2018, while she [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale political fallout continues as latest legal fight awaits Phoenix opinion

Phoenix City Attorney Cris Meyer is expected to render a legal opinion that may send shock waves through the Scottsdale community, its political [...] Continue Reading →

Former addict, policeman partner to break chains of addiction

Michael Patrick Murtaugh — a recovering addict of alcohol, cocaine, meth, acid and weed — has had his share of negative contact with [...] Continue Reading →

Halle Foundation gives to Junior Achievement helping girls find professional stride, calling

Local nonprofit Junior Achievement of Arizona has received a grant from The Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation to equip elementary-aged girls [...] Continue Reading →