Olivia Holcomb was 9 when her parents divorced and her life turned topsy-turvy.
Short-term rentals promise to once again dominate the conversation at the Arizona Legislature, which kicked off its latest session this month.
The Scottsdale-based Thunderbird Field II Veterans Memorial nonprofit awarded its first Leadership Appreciation Award to Rudy R. Miller, who played a significant role in the organization’s efforts to support Arizona students in the aviation field.
Shortly after the Committee for the Preservation for Old Town Scottsdale formed in November, the political action committee sent a letter to the city promising a fight if City Council approved Southbridge Two and other projects it opposed in downtown.
- Ethics complaint filed against Phillips
- Scottsdale jeweler pleads guilt to selling fakes
- Ethics charges fly in referendum drive
- Lawmaker moves on fake voter pamphlet authors
- Schmooze in Scottsdale rebrands, ‘re-bars’
- Lime pulls e-scooters from Scottsdale, region
- North Scottsdale home is a sought-after Airbnb
- Businesswoman, model is a philanthropist too
- Sel adds lavish brunch menu to repertoire
- Kavanagh bill would add short-term rental controls
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