(StatePoint) It’s no secret that spending the past year in quarantine has made people focus more on their homes. DIY projects are at an all-time high. Painting. Furniture fixups. Baking. Outdoor and indoor gardening.
(StatePoint) Plant parenthood among Millennials and Gen Z has been on the rise in recent years, and time spent at home throughout the pandemic has inspired even more people to start houseplant collections. In fact, over the past year, searches including “indoor plants,” “buy plants” and “pla…
(StatePoint) The COVID-19 pandemic permanently evolved our definition of “home,” inspiring us to reconsider how we use and live in our spaces. For many, it’s no longer just the place where we relax and regroup at the end of the day – it’s also an office, daycare, eatery, gym or classroom.
(StatePoint) The arrival of spring brings with it warming temperatures, blooming flowers and endless springtime celebrations. It is also an opportunity to try something new, whether it is in the garden, kitchen or around the home.
(StatePoint) As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, celebrations may include romantic dinners, Galentine’s Day plans or even family fun. The experts at Dollar General have provided a few budget-friendly decor ideas that everyone will love.
(StatePoint) Unfortunately, many Americans will be unable to celebrate the holidays with their extended family and friends in person this year, making it all the more important to boost holiday cheer at home. Here are few festive ideas for getting into the holiday spirit during this socially…
(StatePoint) Give your home a warm and cozy vibe this fall with a few DIY projects that are sure to add seasonal cheer to any space. Whether you’re looking for a rainy day activity to keep kids busy or searching for affordable décor options, these fall craft ideas are a great place to start …
(StatePoint) As more of life is centered around home, good design can help you augment and replace natural light, while creating a beautiful, productive, safe haven during the darker, shorter days of fall and winter.
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After succumbing to years of erosion and surviving multiple relocations, the end could be near for the beloved Fountain of Youth.
In recent months, Scottsdale City Council has approved the disbursement of over $2 million to local social services organizations and resident programs.
Starting this week, billboards, social media and television and print media will carry messages urging thousands of motorists to prepare for four years of disruptions in their driving routines.
Scottsdale has inked a new deal to provide parking for the Phoenix Open that could generate millions of dollars for the city after years of little direct compensation from the wildly popular golf tournament.
A proposal by some Scottsdale City Council members to temporarily shut down some downtown streets to make way for street fairs and other pedestrian-friendly activities has drawn a mixed response from their colleagues as well as downtown business owners.
Chandler Police have issued more than 700 citations for violators of the state’s 6-month-old distracted driving laws – more than other East Valley agencies and not far behind the 984 citations written by Phoenix officer up through June 26.
Scottsdale City Council approved sizable pay bumps for most of the city’s charter officers in the new fiscal year – with the City Manager getting a 24 percent raise.
The Republican-dominated Legislature banned mask mandates on all school campuses, effectively ending the long-running debate over whether Scottsdale Unified should require masks next year.
In its first five years of existence, Scottsdale’s Museum of the West has been recognized by the Smithsonian Institution, received accolades in local and national media and attracted the $300-million Museum Square redevelopment slated to be built next door in the next several years.
Paradise Valley and Five Star Development have reached a settlement to end a nasty public battle over the 122-acre Palmeraie development that straddles its border with Scottsdale.