- City set to get ‘dazzled’ up for holiday season
- Scottsdale Quarter revs up holiday shopping
- notMYkid opens oasis for young people
- Council looks at city’s failure to communicate
- Scottsdale PD clears Greenburg of any crime
- Firestorm grows for SUSD Board member
- Greenbelt 88 rezoning put on hold till next year
- Rotary, Sister Cities helps Mexican town
- Scottsdale voice trainer hits the right chord
- Kale Chef adding brick-and-mortar site
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The Scottsdale Police Department has cleared Scottsdale Unified Governing Board member Jann-Michael Greenburg of any criminal conduct in connection with a controversial dossier his father allegedly created on district critics.
Scottsdale Sister Cities and the Rotary Club of Scottsdale banded together to donate an ambulance to the Sister City of Alamos, Mexico, in an official ceremony Nov. 22, ending a frustrating three-year wait to deliver the vehicle.
Scottsdazzle has returned to scale for this holiday season and that’s good news for local businesses and citizens looking to get in the holiday spirit.
As a mental health epidemic threatens children, teens and young adults, Scottsdale nonprofit notMYkid has opened a new oasis for them – a 13,000-square-foot campus called “The Well.”
Now that the Scottsdale approved the General Plan 2035 and City Council has canvassed the vote, it’s time to put the document to work.
With disruptions to the national supply chain that are only expected to grow worse this holiday season, it looks like a wise idea to support local businesses that make their own crafts.
If you’re celebrating Thanksgiving in Chandler, a survey says you could be doing a little better next door or to the north.
With the cost of turkey reaching an all-time high of over $1.42 per pound earlier this year, Scottsdale restaurants were thinking about Thanksgiving long before the holiday.
The fate of the controversial Greenbelt 88 mixed use development near the intersection of Hayden and Osborn roads will remain undecided until after the new year.
Joe DiGiovanni loves his home.