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 →

Scottsdale City Council approves police vehicle, equipment grant

Scottsdale City Council recently approved a police vehicle and equipment grant for replacing a Dodge Charger at the “end of its life.” The [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves changes to Sereno Canyon lots

Sereno Canyon Phase 3A will proceed with more development approved between the eastern locations of Alameda and Ranch Gate roads. During the [...] Continue Reading →

Sand volleyball, taco fest approved as newest Scottsdale events

New events will soon take place at WestWorld of Scottsdale as the local city council has recently approved two event agreements. The Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Domestic violence victims facing abuse FaceTime Scottsdale City Court

In the age of technology, a new option has emerged for local domestic violence victims who historically would have come face-to-face with their [...] Continue Reading →

Family Advocacy Center gets amended contract extended through 2024

The Scottsdale Family Advocacy Center intergovernmental agreement with the Arizona Department of Child Safety is extended June 1-May 31, 2024. An [...] Continue Reading →

City Council paves way to improve Hayden, Thomas roads intersection

Approving on consent at the May 14 meeting, Scottsdale City Council authorized a $235,440 contract with Ritoch-Powell and Associates for [...] Continue Reading →

Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center shares how CBD benefits animal care

To ease health problems and aging, Cascabel relies on Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center caretakers for her daily Cannabidiol, also known as [...] Continue Reading →

WestWorld to house Maricopa County Home Shows through 2021

The WestWorld of Scottsdale facility will be the setting for two Maricopa County Home Shows each year through October 2021. Scottsdale City [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale author Rachel Kaplan inspires through reading, writing

Scottsdale resident Rachel Kaplan tells a story of inspiration as she penned books on being kind and living with a disability. The author had two [...] Continue Reading →