Scottsdale is taking steps to ease the tax burden on the city’s galleries and dealers by getting rid of the local sales tax on fine-art sales to out-of-state customers.
Following a tumultuous year of uncertainty that led to the ousting of its top brass amid allegations of misuse of bond funds and conflicts of interest, Scottsdale Unified School District finally has its leader for the next school year.
- Newly minted developer pursues a game-changer
- SUSD candidate might have bridges to mend if elected
- Deciphering the Preserve Prop battle can be daunting
- Old Town getting first live musical in 9 years
- Community opens its heart to save Navajo School
- City Hall's father sought 'open friendliness' in design
- Downtown gym owner accused of raping woman
- Don & Charlie’s doesn’t plan to really go away
- Residents seek big-truck parking ban in neighborhoods
- Early voting starts Wednesday
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