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Economic impact payments to start going out, here's what to know

To help millions of people, the U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service launched a new web tool allowing quick registration for Economic Impact Payments for those who don’t …

Mountainside Fitness donates sanitizing wipes to Banner Health

Scottsdale launches online assistance center for small businesses


Abrazo Central nurses travel to assist Detroit colleagues

Five nurses, who work in the Abrazo Central Campus operating room and recovery room, have volunteered to support fellow caregivers in Detroit as that city experiences an increase in COVID-19 cases.

Scottsdale, county officials warn of fake COVID-19 letter

The Scottsdale Police Department and the Maricopa County Department of Public Health are making it clear that officials will not be going door to door to check for coronavirus symptoms or to test for …

Silver Alert: Paradise Valley woman missing

A Silver Alert has been issued for Paradise Valley resident, Laleah “Jo” Ebentier, who was last seen at about 11:20 a.m. on April 8. Ms. Ebentier is 84-years-old, suffers from dementia …

Heroes supporting heroes: Scottsdale first responders honor healthcare workers

The Scottsdale police and fire departments showed their appreciation for HonorHealth heroes on April 7 by doing a drive-by flashing light parade with emergency vehicles at three healthcare campuses …

Bloch: Where does private construction fall in ‘essential’ category?

About 10 days ago, Governor Ducey issued an executive order shutting down all non essential services throughout the state, including …

Korte: Scottsdale leadership cannot waiver to address COVID-19 ramifications

Scottsdale is going through one of the greatest challenges it has ever seen due to the COVID-19 health crisis. This is going to have …

Heath: Partisan political pillow talk extends to the Scottsdale ballot

I received an announcement from Bob Littlefield last week exclaiming that he was officially on the ballot for mayor of Scottsdale. …

Crawford: Without economic growth Scottsdale loses quality of life

I am pleased to announce I have turned in an abundance of signatures to qualify for a place on the ballot in the upcoming City Council …
Independent Newspapers/Arianna Grainey

Klapp: Moving on from Southbridge 2 as Scottsdale faces current needs

I would like to take this opportunity to share my opinion regarding the Southbridge II redevelopment project and the pending City …
Scottsdale Neighbors

The Young Marines, a national youth organization, has named Crystalyn Schenkenberg, of Scottsdale, “Division 6 Adult Volunteer of the Year.”

Catholic Charities Counseling Department is moving its sessions online in hopes of providing continuing assistance during the stay-at-home order.
Even though the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is impacting The Rotary Club of Scottsdale weekly meeting way of life, the club is still serving Scottsdale. The club’s board joined together …
Carly Mertz, 17, and Dylan Voy, 18, were awarded Arizona Youth of the Year honors during an online ceremony, which the Arizona Alliance of Boys & Girls Clubs organized and Fiesta Bowl Charities presented Tuesday, March 31.
The Foothills Food Bank & Resource Center urgently needs numerous items from water to bagged rice and hand sanitizer.
Scottsdale Business

Scottsdale emergency personnel among first to get protective gear

Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, the team at Artisan Colour has increased efforts to assist with providing protective gear for emergency and front-line personnel.

Local fashion consignment shop announces face masks for sale

My Sister’s Closet, the No. 1 fashion consignment brand in metro-Phoenix and San Diego, is now selling “designer” face masks. Featuring prints of favorite luxury brands, these …

The Princess offers take-out Easter dinners

For Easter, the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess, 7575 E. Princess Drive, is offering Easter dinner with curbside pickup.

Valley REALTOR Gary Witek joins Platinum Living Realty

Platinum Living Realty recently announced that Gary Witek has joined the brokerage.

Scottsdale golf courses largely remain open, adapt during COVID-19 closures

While the novel coronavirus has brought the majority of Scottsdale to a grinding halt, local golf courses are still moving on the commercial freeway.
Scottsdale Entertainment

Arizona arts community collaborate to provide relief grant for artists

As part of broader crisis response strategies, Arizona arts funders and service organizations have set up a collaborative fund to …

Parks and rec department shares COVID-19 updates, precautions, suggestions

When Governor Doug Ducey imposed a stay-at-home order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a point stressed throughout his March 30 …
Chef Marcellino Verzino and his wife, Sima temporarily close their establishment, Marcellino Ristorante in Old Town Scottsdale until COVID-19 subsides.

Marcellino Ristorante temporarily closes, plans to reopen after COVID-19

Marcellino Ristorante, located 7114 E. Stetson Dr. in Scottsdale, has temporarily closed until the Coronavirus pandemic subsides.

HEARTS for Arizona 24-Hour Virtual Telethon to be April 3-4

Arizona Citizens for the Arts has organized a 24-hour virtual telethon with live-streamed performances and appearances by Arizona …
The Arizona Restaurant Association debuts Arizona Takeout Week to run throughout the Coronavirus closures.

ARA announces Arizona Takeout Week amidst mandated closures

Responding to the recent state of emergency, the Arizona Restaurant Association is creating a new marketing strategy to help support …