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Saying it will help parents, a Scottsdale lawmaker is proposing a sales tax holiday of sorts every summer to give parents a break on school supplies.

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A Paradise Valley man is facing federal charges for allegedly bilking investors out of millions using a payday loan scheme he ran from his Scottsdale businesses.

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Scottsdale residents came out in droves on last Wednesday to speak with city officials about a proposed nuisance ordinance that would allow the city to impose stiffer penalties to discourage unruly or illegal parties in neighborhoods.

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A Scottsdale-based real estate and investment firm was one of the first companies in the state to take full advantage of the opportunity zone designation tucked into the 2018 tax law, resulting in accolades from the White House.

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Six Scottsdale residents have submitted applications to become the next Justice of the Peace for the McDowell Mountain Precinct, including former Arizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan.

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Walking through downtown Scottsdale past high-end restaurants and galleries selling thousand-dollar paintings, visitors may have no idea they are in a low-income community.

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The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has received the second complaint in a month alleging open meeting law violations by the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board.

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