Scottsdale hosts a special party in October to ‘Celebrate ‘68’

The year 1968 wasn’t only a watershed moment for the United States, it also launched the evolution of modern Scottsdale. That’s the year [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale provided the Hoster brothers a great childhood – now they’re giving back

Growing up, their family’s single-story ranch home on Osborn Road seemed the center of the universe to Adam and Ben Hoster. Their elementary [...] Continue Reading →

Born in fire: Scottsdale’s revolutionary fire sprinkler ordinance continues to save lives

America was ablaze in the early 1970s and it had nothing to do with the politics of the Watergate Scandal or the Vietnam War. America was [...] Continue Reading →

The Boys of Summer are back this spring at Scottsdale Stadium

Spring training in Scottsdale is under way with the San Francisco Giants in camp and a free baseball memorabilia exhibit open at the Civic Center [...] Continue Reading →

Daughters of the American Revolution adopt Marine mural at Civic Center Library

Scottsdale’s Marine Corps Mural has some new “guardian angels.” The Grand Canyon Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s special events season revs up in January

From free hugs to million-dollar autos, Scottsdale’s special events season gives everyone a reason to embrace January. The fun begins Jan. 9 when [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale employees honored for municipal service

Assisting a disabled resident in need. Expanding law enforcement’s ability to address and treat opioid overdoses. Improving the lives of at-risk [...] Continue Reading →

Messinger pistach timber named Arizona Heritage Trees

Every plant has roots. Not many, however, have roots that run as deep into local history as the pair of pistach trees on Paul Messinger’s [...] Continue Reading →

Understanding who visits Scottsdale is more than a million dollar question

Who visits Scottsdale and why do they come here? That’s more than a million dollar question. It’s worth an estimated $2.1 billion. That’s the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale’s Hard Hat Breakfast recognizes early-rising, front-line employees

Mike Rivera starts his workday as early as 2 a.m. He’s a street sweeper for the city of Scottsdale and his shift winds down before many residents [...] Continue Reading →