Meet Brylan Williams: She has long, flowing, golden-blonde hair and bright blue eyes. Her mom, Brittany Williams, has dressed her up in a beautiful, floral-printed dress.
To hear Dick Barnhart tell it, his wife Bea always had a passion for charity and that led her to become heavily involved with large nonprofits like American Cancer Society and Humane Society when they lived in California.
When South Scottsdale resident Betty Grenig turned 17, her mom did what any mom would do: Distract her from boys.
Already ranked as one of the most livable cities in the country for its human residents, Scottsdale can now claim to be a top destination for cats and dogs as well.
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