By the numbers: Scooters record nearly 300,000 rides in 4-month period

The rideshare scooters in Scottsdale have been a hot-button issue for many residents, but a new report issued by the city shows the vehicles are [...] Continue Reading →

An economic renaissance: VP Mike Pence visits Scottsdale to discuss thriving Hispanic economy

As children were rushing off to school and the a.m. commute was in full swing during an otherwise routine Thursday morning, Vice President Mike [...] Continue Reading →

Workplace evolution: STEM approach proves fundamental to 21st Century livelihood

Seven municipal leaders gathered at Scottsdale City Hall for a roundtable discussion on the growing STEM environment within the Valley — [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale pays out $120K to settle bicycle accident lawsuit

A negligence lawsuit between Scottsdale and Robert Marcellus has reached a settlement in the amount of $120,000. On Sept. 17, the Scottsdale City [...] Continue Reading →

Agreement struck allows right-of-way necessary for Scottsdale Raintree Drive extension

Scottsdale and PL Acoma LLC have agreed to a development agreement for the purchase of right-of-way required for the Raintree Drive Extension [...] Continue Reading →

Against all odds: Acosta story transcends Scottsdale Behind the Flames dinner

Without speaking a word, 19-year-old Phoenix-native Isaiah Acosta is sharing his story of triumph through music. Mr. Acosta has been a fighter [...] Continue Reading →

City Hall looks to corral exuberance of short-term Scottsdale marketplace

Scottsdale officials are tightening their regulations when it comes to short-term rentals and unruly residential properties. On Tuesday, Sept. [...] Continue Reading →

Internal investigation finds Scottsdale transit officials violated city policies, ethical standards

Scottsdale’s longtime transportation director, Paul Basha, and one other city employee have vacated their posts with the municipality in the wake [...] Continue Reading →

Winery Residences rezoning gains Scottsdale City Council endorsement

A new development plan for a multifamily residential facility offering one-bed units has been approved for the Old Town Scottsdale area. On Sept. [...] Continue Reading →

Rosequist: The life-and-death value of car seat safety

As a first-time parent, there are a litany of worries, concerns and safety issues that consume your mind during the nine long months you’re [...] Continue Reading →