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The Scottsdale Unified School District’s insurance provider is on the hook for at least $44,000 due to a lawsuit filed by Governing Board member Barbara Perleberg in 2018, records obtained by the Progress show.

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A once-controversial short-term rental project near Scottsdale City Hall passed the City Council with little fanfare or opposition just months after the Planning Commission recommended its rejection.

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The Scottsdale City Attorney has referred an ethics complaint against Councilman Guy Phillips to an independent panel after a review found no reason to dismiss it.

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Scottsdale officials and residents are angry with the FAA after the agency declined to alter much-maligned flight paths over northern parts of the city despite a nearly-$200,000 city-funded lobbying effort.

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There will be lots of whoopin’ and hollerin’ in Old Town Scottsdale Saturday, Feb. 8, as the Scottsdale Parada del Sol Parade & Trail’s End Festival hit the streets for the 67th consecutive year “The annual event promises a full day of wild west adventures in Old Town Scottsdale,” said P…

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The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board on Jan. 21 discussed the possibility of hiring an internal auditor – but the debate resulted in more questions than answers.

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Update: Scottsdale City Attorney Sherry Scott has referred the complaint to an independent ethics panel on the recommendation of the city's independent ethics officer Hon. Ken Fields.

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In the week since the Scottsdale Unified School District announced three finalists for superintendent, the community is raising questions about the selection process and two candidates.

The Southbridge Two development in downtown Scottsdale will go before voters in November – if the opposition’s referendum petition survives a court challenge filed by the developer on Feb. 5.

A three-term Arizona lawmaker wants police posted at every polling place to deal with possible violence he fears could result because of the current divisive and angry political atmosphere.

The Scottsdale City Council approved density increases on hundreds of acres in the city’s northern reaches despite protests by nearby city and county residents.

A Scottsdale resident today filed an ethics complaint with the city against Councilman Guy Phillips over his involvement in the anti-Southbridge Two referendum drive and anonymous donations made through a GoFundMe page set up to benefit him following a work-related injury.