- Scottsdale businesses struggle to survive
- Scottsdale distillery fills hand sanitizer gap
- Local women in thick of protective gear crisis
- Big Scottsdale projects continue in virus’ wake
- Crisis turns restaurants into grocery stores
- Synagogues and churches adapt to pandemic reality
- Scottsdale group seeks social-distancing crackdown
- Scottsdale councilman apologizes for ethnic slur
- Crisis especially hard on high school seniors
- Southbridge Two dropped, referendum doomed
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The Scottsdale City Council could vote this week to repeal its approval of the Southbridge Two development, nullifying the citizen referendum challenging the project in the process.
The worsening coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a new hotline for Arizonans and prompted expansion of another for anxious teenagers.
The number of Arizonans applying for jobless benefits jumped by a factor of seven this past week, providing the first clear indicators of the effect COVID-19 is having on the state economy.
Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane signed a declaration of emergency on March 18 in response to the coronavirus pandemic, though the measure drew criticism for failing to go as far as similar measures adopted by other Arizona cities.
When an East Valley recycling facility burned down last fall, the City of Scottsdale’s sweetheart recycling deal went with it.
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge has upheld the Southbridge Two referendum that would put the downtown Scottsdale redevelopment before voters in November.
Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips will appear before the city’s independent ethics panel Monday losing his bid for dismissal of a complaint filed against him in January.
Arizona’s community colleges won’t be offering four-year degrees, at least not in the immediate future.
Gov. Doug Ducey declared a public health emergency last to give state officials more leeway and tools to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak.