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Scottsdale is 91 cases away from hitting the unfortunate milestone of marking 10,000 COVID-19 cases. more
Minutes following the official canvass of the 2020 November general election, litigation challenging tenets of the new education funding law ratified by the Arizona electorate was filed in Maricopa … more
The longer short-term rentals remain free to exist mostly unregulated by local government, home values within Scottsdale neighborhoods are feeling the impacts, residents, Realtors and elected … more
Scottsdale’s Citizen Review Committee will consider public comments and may make a recommendation on the final draft of the General Plan 2035 — the city’s 10-year guiding document. … more
Three Scottsdale Unified School District high schools will return to online learning Tuesday, Dec. 1, as a result of staffing shortages and general noncompliance with public health mitigation strategies. more
Chaparral High School graduate and former state champion Ashley Brewer made her national broadcast debut co-anchoring ESPN’s signature show, “SportsCenter” last September. While Ms. … more
While Scottsdale’s real estate market remains advantageous for sellers, the historically low interest rates have encouraged buyers amid the pandemic. Scottsdale, as well as other cities in … more
Dedicated teachers, staff, students and parents are among many things Scottsdale Unified School District leaders are thankful for while bracing themselves during the upcoming weeks to digest the Thanksgiving break leftovers. more
A proposed change to decrease spacing requirements in Old Town Scottsdale between marijuana facilities and protected uses has been pushed off until March 2021. The Scottsdale Planning Commission, … more
As part of the city’s effort to provide a comfortable and connected bicycle network, Scottsdale Transportation is conducting a Neighborhood Bikeway Study for a 2.5-mile corridor connecting … more
There have been 781 new COVID-19 cases reported within Scottsdale city limits in the past seven days, new numbers show. Numbers provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services on Nov. 23 … more
With COVID-19 cases spiking and the holidays imminent, a Scottsdale-based real estate company has partnered with local testing provider ‘COVID Testing To You’ to offer drive-thru tests. … more
What started as a novelty turned into a boring routine for Scottsdale Unified School District elementary students and parents alike. COVID-19 flipped the academia world upside down, and for age … more
From a student seen vaping on camera while a virtual class was in session to an elementary school student having a vape device on campus, the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board’s proposed anti-vaping resolution discussion went up in smoke. more
The Scottsdale Police Department has been the recipient of three grants from the Governor’s Officer of Highway Safety for fiscal year 2021, officials say. Serious and fatal traffic … more
Nov. 19 marks Women’s Entrepreneurship Day and two Phoenix-area businesses run by women have found hope despite the fear of suffering financial impacts of COVID-19. Before the pandemic hit, … more
Scottsdale Police Department officers responded to a delayed assault that involved a stabbing in the early morning hours Nov. 19. At 1:45 a.m. Nov. 19, Scottsdale officers responded to a delayed … more
Results from a serosurvey conducted across Maricopa County show that an estimated 10.7% of residents have detectable antibodies for COVID-19, according to officials. This means that approximately … more
A medical marijuana group is seeking to change spacing requirements between dispensaries and protected uses — schools, churches and neighborhoods — in the Old Town area to fulfill an … more
Scottsdale has made efforts to diversify its storytelling and combat prejudice by bringing community leaders together for an engaging dialogue. Join a diverse group of panelists on Nov. 19 for … more
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