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The Arizona Department of Health Services on Aug. 17 reports 5,281 total cases of COVID-19 in the nine ZIP codes spanning Scottsdale city limits. more
While the world was turned upside down and economic engines came to a grinding halt as the COVID-19 outbreak unfolded, the Phoenix metropolitan housing market has remained steady. more
Scottsdale has announced Mark Melnychenko as transportation and streets director, an expanded role that will oversee transportation planning, transit, and traffic engineering, along with streets, … more
Numbers show Scottsdale Democrats had a strong turnout in the Aug. 4 primary election, with 69.3% of registered voters participating. Republicans had a 55.08% turnout rate during the primary … more
The Rayner and Gladden families’ multigenerational Southwest Valley farming operations have weathered just about everything the world has thrown at them for the better part of 100 years, from drought and pests to extreme price swings and two pandemics, but there are two modern threats that are unrelenting — development and water availability. more
The field of candidates seeking Scottsdale’s elected office has narrowed, with six people officially moving forward in the race to City Council, while David Ortega and Lisa Borowsky will battle … more
Scottsdale and Maricopa County will split costs for workforce development services at Vista del Camino Community Center, following a newly approved agreement. Scottsdale City Council approved … more
Bathrooms, equestrian staging areas with water troughs and meeting space for volunteer and city staff will be added to Pima Dynamite Trailhead --- coming with a price tag of $5.6 million dollars. … more
The Arizona Department of Revenue’s unclaimed property program returned $42.5 million to rightful owners in the fiscal year July 1, 2019-June 30, 2020. more
A second vehicle may have been in the area when a fatal collision took place on Aug. 6 just after midnight, Scottsdale police say, asking for the public’s help with more information about a dark-colored … more
A Scottsdale Airpark development will add a residential component to complement its office facilities after the City Council’s approval of some rezoning. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Aug. 10 reports 5,149 total cases of COVID-19 in the nine ZIP codes spanning Scottsdale city limits. This is an increase of 128 newly reported positive … more
Officials say the Scottsdale Police Department has arrested six more individuals related to the ongoing investigation of the Scottsdale riots on May 30 --- bringing the total number of arrests to 53. … more
The suspense is palpable as politicians seeking Scottsdale’s elected office play the waiting game while voter ballots are counted from the Aug. 4 primary election to know who made the cut for … more
An 18-year-old skateboarding west on Shea Boulevard was struck by a vehicle and killed just after midnight in Scottsdale, police officials say. more
Misdemeanor charges for Jake Paul, Arman Izadi and Andrew Leon related to their involvement in the May 30 Scottsdale Fashion Square riots are being dismissed without prejudice, Scottsdale police officials … more
If you ask Chief Paul Marzocca, you’ll never hear police departments say they have enough officers because they are always establishing needs and wants. more
As of 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, the Scottsdale mayoral race remains tight as David Ortega and Lisa Borowsky have both earned 21% of all votes, unofficial results show. Mr. Ortega is denoted as the … more
More than 10,000 Scottsdale businesses have received federal Payment Protection Program loans, documents show, ranging from a few thousand dollars up to, potentially, $10 million. Meanwhile, … more
Scottsdale Airport is the epicenter of a pair of projects whereas the City Council gave the green light to move forward earlier this summer. more
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