Dan Shufelt (Arizona Helping Hands)

Shufelt: Donate responsibly by knowing where your money goes

There are so many challenges to running Arizona Helping Hands. We are a growing nonprofit organization — the largest provider of basic [...] Continue Reading →

Lt. Col. Morley: Community support required to inspire future generations of Army leaders

“Thank you for your service.” As a U.S. Army Soldier living in Phoenix, I am grateful for these words, which I hear often when wearing my uniform [...] Continue Reading →

Campana: Historic 1990s efforts by Drinkwater, Goddard

Terry Goddard, former mayor of Phoenix, was part of a compelling series of speakers that shared their personal and professional thoughts this [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale, Phoenix continue partnership to fight internet crimes against children

Scottsdale officials have approved an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Phoenix for continued participation in the Arizona Internet [...] Continue Reading →

A call to action: Help us protect Scottsdale’s quality of life

Several years ago, the quality of life for many Scottsdale residents was severely impacted by the Federal Aviation Administration. When the FAA [...] Continue Reading →

Haberer: Violins of Hope successfully creates statewide community collaboration

Collaboration has long been a topic of interest and discussion amongst community organizations and funders, all of whom are interested in [...] Continue Reading →

ADOT adds travel times on message boards along I-17 to Flagstaff

The Arizona Department of has started posting travel times on electronic message boards along Interstate 17 between Phoenix and Flagstaff. The [...] Continue Reading →

Unclaimed property auction hosted by department of revenue Dec. 14

The Arizona Department of Revenue will conduct a public auction of unclaimed property from dormant safe deposit boxes. The sale will take place [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale students deliver holiday joy at Phoenix elementary school

For over 25 years students from Saguaro High School have been participating in the Holiday Buddy program at David Crockett Elementary,  located [...] Continue Reading →

GiGi’s Playhouse offers career development, cafe internship opportunity

GiGi’s Playhouse marked the grand opening of its new career development program with adults for Down syndrome, GiGi U and GiGi Studio Cafe, on [...] Continue Reading →