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(StatePoint) The success of small and mid-size businesses is an important economic indicator, and new survey results show encouraging news. Despite pricing pressures, talks of tariffs and even recession, those in the business community are by and large feeling good this fall.
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The Scottsdale City Council and mayoral races have become cases of the haves and the have-nots, according to campaign finance reports filed in July.
Scottsdale-based Five Star Development is suing Paradise Valley, accusing the town of a “shakedown” for millions of dollars in infrastructure improvements from the developer as part of the Ritz-Carlton project along Scottsdale Road.
Mesa and other Arizona schools won’t be required to put kids back into classrooms next month.
Update: This story has been updated to include information provided by the Littlefield campaign about how it defined special interests in a campaign advertisement.
Black, Hispanic and low-income students in Scottsdale Unified School District were disproportionately suspended compared to white or more affluent students over the past three years, district data shows.
A new report by Scottsdale Police dispelled a rumor circulated by some locals, including a sitting city councilman, that the department told officers to “stand down” during the Scottsdale Fashion Square riot May 30-31.
With the Aug. 4 Primary election less than three weeks away, campaign finance complaints are flying in from all corners of Scottsdale’s City Council and mayoral races.
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