Design, planning set to commence for Raintree Drive roadway project

A contract worth $361,945 between Scottsdale and Achen-Gardner Construction, LLC for pre-construction phase services for the Raintree Drive [...] Continue Reading →

Dolphinaris ships remaining dolphins housed near Scottsdale to Virgin Islands

Four dolphins being transferred from Dolphinaris Arizona have arrived safely in their new home: Coral World Ocean Park, which is a U.S. licensed [...] Continue Reading →

Errant swings create rogue golf ball chagrin in south Scottsdale neighborhood

Rogue golf balls are terrorizing a quiet neighborhood in south Scottsdale, residents of the area report. People there say the chagrin is [...] Continue Reading →

Dr. Kriekard remains at Scottsdale Schools through 2020 school year

Dr. John Kriekard has been approved by the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board to remain superintendent through the 2019-20 school [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale purchases additional intellectual property representation

Scottsdale has entered into a new contract with Phoenix-based Venjuris P.C. in order to provide legal services to the city relating to its [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale school board appears primed to offer superintendent gig to Dr. Kriekard

The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board appears to be considering Acting Superintendent Dr. John Kriekard for the permanent role [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Mountain HS to remain Scottsdale public safety radio site

Scottsdale City Council has approved an intergovernmental agreement extension with the Scottsdale Unified School District for a public safety [...] Continue Reading →

Architectural firm enters in to consent judgment for alleged SUSD procurement misdeeds

A consent judgment has been reached between the state of Arizona and Hunt & Caraway Architects for alleged violations stemming from a 2017 [...] Continue Reading →

Mystery, frustration and questions surround dolphin deaths at Dolphinaris Arizona

Frustration, questions and outrage surround a string of deaths in Arizona’s most unlikely of residents. Four bottlenose dolphins have died since [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale pays $2.6M out of court over previous 4 years, records show

In the past four years, Scottsdale’s public purse has paid out more than $2.6 million in out-of-court settlements. From 2015 through 2018, a [...] Continue Reading →