Scottsdale school board hopefuls offer candid response to pointed questions

Scottsdale Unified School District voters will elect two people to the local Governing Board Tuesday, Nov. 6. Patty Beckman and Jann-Michael [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board opts to rebuild Cherokee, but restore fire-ravaged Navajo

The threat of derailing a successful science, technology, engineering, arts and math program — an effort that feeds into one of Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Eight-year-old domestic violence charge against Scottsdale school board candidate surfaces

A candidate for the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board was charged eight years ago with domestic violence for making threatening [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board hopefuls discuss the importance of effective communication

Scottsdale Unified School District voters will elect two people to the local Governing Board Tuesday, Nov. 6. Patty Beckman and Jann-Michael [...] Continue Reading →

Pursuit of the next generation: Scottsdale Millennial leadership takes form

The next generation of Scottsdale leaders is beginning to take shape as young, working adults and parents seek to create their own future and [...] Continue Reading →

National search process for next Scottsdale Schools superintendent commences

The first steps to Scottsdale Unified School District’s superintendent search unfolded on Tuesday, Sept. 25, as the Governing Board combed [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools candidates discuss student enrollment effects

Two open seats on the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board are up for election on Tuesday, Nov. 6. Patty Beckman and Jann-Michael [...] Continue Reading →

Bike-share program bewilderment permeates throughout Old Town Scottsdale

A solution to quell issues created by rogue bicycles cluttering roadways — and a variety of open spaces — within Scottsdale is [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale inks DA ensuring sidewalk, pedestrian lighting improvements

Scottsdale City Council approved a development agreement memorializing an in-lieu payment of $26,387 and off-site improvements, stemming from a [...] Continue Reading →

Community fishing program approaches 40-year partnership following Scottsdale renewal

The community fishing programs at Chaparral Lake and Eldorado Pond will be continuing after approval was received from Scottsdale City Hall. For [...] Continue Reading →