Sands North in Scottsdale garners historic status

Editor’s Note: This story was updated to include Sandra Price’s comments. Sands North Townhouses are now a part of history. The [...] Continue Reading →

Zoning, land use changes set up future Scottsdale mixed-use development

Developers took their first steps in the redevelopment of a 13.1-acre lot on Raintree Drive after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD sticks with McPherson & Jacobson in superintendent search

McPherson & Jacobson will return to aid in the Scottsdale Unified School District superintendent search as the Governing Board unanimously [...] Continue Reading →

Tavern Grille receives wagering establishment license renewal

Tavern Grille will continue offering wagering opportunities after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent the restaurant’s Teletrack [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale to fund Dia de los Muertos event

Dia de los Muertos is receiving the backing of the City of Scottsdale. The City Council approved on consent at its Sept. 24 meeting funding not [...] Continue Reading →

Kiva named next SUSD bond project during testy discussion

Tempers flared as the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board unanimously approved naming Kiva Elementary School as its next bond [...] Continue Reading →

Coaching for growth: SCC coach Alex Cherney to Beloit College hall of fame

Development is the name of the game and Scottsdale Community College baseball coach Alex Cherney has seen plenty of it over his career. From his [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale rezoning makes way for apartment complex

A rezoning of four parcels comprising a 1.1-acre lot in downtown Scottsdale will allow developers to move forward with future plans for an [...] Continue Reading →

Amendments lead to land use changes in south Scottsdale

A roughly one-acre lot on the northwest corner of Pima and Thomas roads in Scottsdale will undergo a non-major General Plan amendment and a [...] Continue Reading →

SUSD study reveals Mohave Middle School is nearly full

An excess capacity study of the Saguaro Learning Community revealed all five schools are under capacity, providing the Scottsdale Unified School [...] Continue Reading →