The rising tide of need in Scottsdale ought to shape local conversations

One of our feature articles this month is focused on outreach, new and emerging trends Scottsdale social services officials are experiencing and [...] Continue Reading →

Community resources ensure Scottsdale children eat during time away from school

Bread, tomatoes, cabbage, a cardboard box of dry food from United Food Bank and a sweet treat were set to be distributed to 250 families on [...] Continue Reading →

Brown: Scottsdale steps up ensuring all are ready for school year

For over 40 years the city of Scottsdale and Vista Del Camino Center have provided for Scottsdale children going back to school. Now, Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Sponsorships approved to benefit Scottsdale’s Back-to-School program

Scottsdale City Council has approved two sponsorship contract agreements to benefit hundreds of young children who will attend the July 26 [...] Continue Reading →

Brown: Scottsdale Fire Fighter Charities launches 12 months of Caring

Sometimes, saying thank you is not easy! You’re afraid you will miss somebody, maybe not say the right thing, or you simply run out of time. My [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Firefighters Charities accepting donations at ‘Backyard Games Day’

Members of Scottsdale Firefighters Charities will be accepting water and non-perishable food donations during Saturday's Backyard Games Day [...] Continue Reading →

Vista Del Camino provides holiday relief for community

With the holiday season beginning to settle in the Valley, the Vista Del Camino Community Center is trying to do its part to ensure that time of [...] Continue Reading →

Police: Body found floating in Scottsdale canal

A witness reported seeing a body floating face down in the canal just south of Roosevelt at the 7700 block near Vista del Camino, according to [...] Continue Reading →

Holiday heroes of Scottsdale answer the local call of duty

It’s important to help people less fortunate during the holiday season, members of the Scottsdale community say, an undertaking city [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale salutes: career center volunteer Hollie Nelson

Helping others when they’re feeling down is a passion and a skill Scottsdale resident Hollie Nelson has developed throughout her life. A retired [...] Continue Reading →