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 →

Back to School drives help many less fortunate students

As students return to their assigned classes, back to school drives are held Valley-wide to assist the throngs of less fortunate students. While [...] Continue Reading →

Three Scottsdale residents compete to ‘rein’ as ‘The Last Cowboy’

Three Scottsdale men are among a group of reiners to compete on a reality show for $1 million as The Last Cowboy premieres on Paramount Network. [...] Continue Reading →

City Council approves two residential, one commercial final plats

City Council recently approved the final plats for two residential and one commercial area spanning from the northwest to southwest areas of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Realtor: ‘Tenacious’ Tocco turns chapters of tragedy into triumph

With a new chapter of television stardom, Kimberly Tocco — also known as “Tenacious T” — opens doors to Scottsdale real estate from [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council erases canvas of $50K Wonderspaces request

Scottsdale City Council denied a $50,000 request from Wonderspaces Arizona LLC, as elected officials wondered why the for-profit event needed [...] Continue Reading →

Wildlife babies, orphans displaced from homes find solace at SWCC

From an influx of bottle-fed babies to an overflow of orphans, the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center is busy caring for an abundance of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council extends CAP agreement for another year

The Community Action Program will continue for Scottsdale residents needing assistance after the City Council authorized an intergovernmental [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves $50K to drain a sewage suit

Scottsdale City Council approved $50,000 toward resolving pending litigation involving a sewage backup in a Paradise Valley couple’s home. The [...] Continue Reading →

Grayhawk Elementary students learn lessons from older generations

Grayhawk Elementary School students receive valuable lessons outside the classroom as they take trips to visit Vi at Silverstone residents. The [...] Continue Reading →