Norton: Scottsdale lessons learned, lessons yet to be learned

Scottsdale voters’ passion is driven by our true love of our city. We all care. We want it to be the best it can be. We disagree about how we get [...] Continue Reading →

Title Alliance Platinum Agency participates in week of service

Title Alliance, a family of full-service title insurance and escrow agencies including one in Scottsdale, has had another T.A. Gives Back Week. [...] Continue Reading →

Phoenix Open sets record with $13M raised for local charities

The Thunderbirds — hosts of the Waste Management Phoenix Open — raised a record $13,254,334 for local charities through proceeds from [...] Continue Reading →

Sequoya Elementary swells Scottsdale School’s A+ Schools count

Sequoya Elementary School, 11801 N. 64th St., is an Arizona Educational Foundation A+ School of Excellence for the 2018-19 school year. The [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale earns national recognition for positive data use

On Wednesday, April 24, Bloomberg Philanthropies announced that Scottsdale is one of seven cities to achieve 2019 What Works Cities [...] Continue Reading →

Global Citizens: Scottsdale library debuts international teen artwork

On Earth Day, Monday, April 22, the Mustang Public Library opened a special exhibit, the Sister City Teen Art Show, unveiling artwork created by [...] Continue Reading →

Newest ride share option debuts in Scottsdale

A new ride share program, ScoopU, has recently gained clearance to operate within the city limits of Scottsdale. Through the use of a mobile [...] Continue Reading →

DST announces April 26 opening night of ‘Broadway Bound’

Desert Stages Theatre, 7014 E. Camelback Road, Suite 0586 in Scottsdale, announces opening night of “Broadway Bound” 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April [...] Continue Reading →

SkySong 5 tops 70 percent occupancy months before completion

SkySong 5 has achieved 73 percent occupancy months before opening this summer as leasing interest continues. With leases from Arizona State [...] Continue Reading →

Neighborhood Watch goes digital: Scottsdale debuts new CamerEyes program

Scottsdale police want help catching criminals from residents who have smart technology doorbells and home video systems. Called CamerEyes [...] Continue Reading →