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Arizona has added 1,119 cases and 30 deaths of COVID-19 overnight, according to the state Department of Health Services. As of the morning of Saturday, June 6, the ADHS reports 25,451 cases and … more
In the grand scheme of things, affordable housing --- typically envisioned as multifamily layered development including single-family detached and attached dwellings --- is a fair and balanced way to … more
As Maricopa County continues to rapidly grow local housing officials see a systemic need for more attainable housing. One Arizona builder in Scottsdale --- Greenlight Communities --- contends its … more
Phoenix has a deep connection to the unexplained. more
If confronted with evictions from their homes, during the pandemic, military veterans in Maricopa County can receive funding from the Cares Act. more
One man has been arrested after his vehicle struck two pedestrians, and continued to drive into DJ’s of Scottsdale Bar and Grill, police officials say. On June 4, at 7:30 p.m. Scottsdale … more
More than $29 million in CARES Act funds may soon be coming to Scottsdale. The municipality has a planned conversation on June 16 to discuss and provide direction for funding of city programs and … more
Local voters will see a ballot of five candidates who have emerged in pursuit of becoming the next figurehead of the City of Scottsdale as the mayor’s race heats up in The West’s Most … more
The doctors and medical staff at Banner Baywood Medical Center in Mesa on June 3 celebrated the release of a COVID-19 patient who spent close to 50 days in the hospital. Edward Cipres … more
The Scottsdale Police Department has announced the arrest and/or charges of nine additional individuals following Saturday night’s civil unrest --- including social media star Jake Paul. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services is reporting 22,753 cases and 996 deaths in the state, up 530 and 15 from Wednesday, respectively. The increase in cases Thursday comes after three … more
Since the Scottsdale Fire Department’s inception in calendar year 2005, the essential public safety enterprise has participated in the Regional Metropolitan Phoenix Fire Service Automatic Aid … more
The Scottsdale City Council has been called upon to consider extending a proclamation and State of Emergency issued by Mayor Jim Lane, which in part gives police officers power to use any and all … more
The state of Arizona has surpassed 22,000 cases of COVID-19 as of Wednesday morning. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 22,223 cases and 981 deaths in the state, up 973 and 40 from … more
Scottsdale Public Library plans to open June 8 with added precautions after over two months of closures. Following months of increased digital services as well as curbside pickup at the libraries, … more
The global pandemic spurred by the COVID-19 virus outbreak of 2020 has prompted Scottsdale City Council to extend an existing intergovernmental agreement with Maricopa County to ensure vital social … more
Scottsdale Police Department officers responded to a “shots fired” call at 78th Street and Glenrosa Avenue on Monday, June 1, at 6:35 p.m. where a 14-year-old male is suspected of firing … more
The state of Arizona has surpassed 21,200 cases of COVID-19 as of Tuesday morning after adding the most cases to date overnight. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 21,250 cases and … more
As the community continues to reel from social and political unrest turning Scottsdale Road into chaos Saturday night, business leaders look for answers and city officials condemn the activity that … more
The state of Arizona has surpassed 20,000 cases of COVID-19 as of Monday morning. The Arizona Department of Health Services reports 20,123 cases and 917 deaths in the state, up 187 and 11 from … more
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