Business United for Scottsdale Schools propels dynamic HS internship program

The Scottsdale Unified School District and a premier community employer have teamed up to help the students of a local high school broaden both [...] Continue Reading →

Anonymity, the political bully and the rise of the Scottsdale divide

As the hotly contested election season inches toward closure, the city of Scottsdale has become a one-issue town: either you are against [...] Continue Reading →

Thornton: dedication to finding the answers defines our profession

Whenever I marvel at the incredible scientific achievements of mankind — from the discovery of penicillin and the harnessing of alternating [...] Continue Reading →

Experience Scottsdale continues to define pinnacle of tourism industry

With a humble demeanor, a frank diction of facts and an eloquent delivery, Experience Scottsdale President and CEO Rachel Sacco Thursday, Sept. [...] Continue Reading →

Former Scottsdale prosecutor drops ADA claim for $80K settlement

A former municipal prosecutor and the city of Scottsdale have come to terms on an $80,000 out-of-court settlement stemming from employment [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk cure for the collateral damage of affluence

Local voters are set to elect three people to serve atop Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This election year features five candidates [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk future of economic development

Scottsdale voters will elect three people to serve as members of Scottsdale City Council on Tuesday, Nov. 6. This election year features five [...] Continue Reading →

Housing market Q&A: Carolyn Rock offers insights of Scottsdale sub-market

Experts agree the Phoenix metropolitan housing market is on even footing as economic indicators suggest good times are here to stay. But, real [...] Continue Reading →

New commercial development set for Scottsdale Promenade

Scottsdale City Council has given final approval to re-plat a portion of The Promenade shopping center as developers there seek to create an [...] Continue Reading →

Housing report: numbers show steady gains in metropolitan marketplace

As the population boom continues to unfold in Maricopa County, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market is on even footing and economic indicators [...] Continue Reading →