Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce offers new approach to small business healthcare

The East Valley Chamber of Commerce Alliance is launching a health insurance affinity discount plan to help local proprietors — chamber of [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale ethics complaint against Councilwoman Whitehead dismissed

The ethics complaint filed against Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead has been dismissed. On Thursday, Aug. 29, former Scottsdale City [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council OKs 32-lot McDowell Mountain Manor subdivision

In late August, Scottsdale City Council approved amended development standards allowing a 32-lot subdivision on about 40 acres at the southwest [...] Continue Reading →

All life is precious: Takeaways from the reality of mass-casualty events

Our feature article this month is one focused on a national issue almost everyone I meet and talk with has an emotional response. And, to say I [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: ‘I would not try nor ever want to obstruct justice’

Scottsdale Councilwoman Solange Whitehead denies she would nor has she ever knowingly sought to obstruct justice. On Thursday, Aug. 29 former [...] Continue Reading →

Bottled Blonde of Old Town Scottsdale receives new CUP parameters

The Bottled Blonde is officially uncorked in Old Town Scottsdale. Scottsdale City Council recently approved a zoning-use change to Bottled Blonde [...] Continue Reading →

People Killing People: Frequency of tragic events spurs mass-casualty healthcare mindset

At some point over the next four months it is likely an active-shooter situation occurs on American soil — as in the first week of August — [...] Continue Reading →

Stockdale pursuit of Scottsdale Marquee development squeaks by City Council

Class A — all the way. Scottsdale City Council Tuesday, Aug. 27 approved — by a 4-3 margin — a zoning district map amendment, a [...] Continue Reading →

Five Star Development to bring to market one-of-a-kind Arizona luxury experience

Over the span of roughly 5,475 days, the highs and lows of local politics and one Great Recession, Scottsdale resident Jerry Ayoub maintained one [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale steps into regional framework to help those experiencing homelessness

First there were signs, then came the placards to better explain the signs and now the City of Scottsdale may be developing a plan to address the [...] Continue Reading →
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