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The Republic azcentral.com When a road-rage incident led David Appleton to a dark parking lot behind a north Scottsdale drugstore in November, his intention was to placate the driver who was following him, he told police. Appleton told detectives he
Southbound Scottsdale will be restricted to one lane at Second Street through Monday. -Expect east and westbound restrictions on Thunderbird Road at Scottsdale from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through July 22. -The intersection of Scottsdale and
Southbound Scottsdale will be restricted to one lane at Second Street through July 11. -Southbound Scottsdale is reduced to one lane and shifted to the two-way left-turn lane at Main Street (just south of Indian School Road) through Friday.
The Arizona Republic A downtown Scottsdale water line project might leave some motorists waterlogged this summer as they try to maneuver the area's streets. The $5 million water line project, which is replacing about 21/2 miles of sewer and water
Expect delays and lane closures in all directions through May 27. Pima Road Ongoing work on Pima from Deer Valley to Pinnacle Peak roads with the following restrictions: -Northbound Pima is shifted to the southbound side of the street and reduced to
Osborn will be reduced to one lane in each direction through Friday. Miller will be reduced to one lane in each direction through Friday. Sixth Street between Marshall Way and 70th Street -Sixth Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction
Osborn will be reduced to one lane in each direction on April 29. Miller will be reduced to one lane in each direction on April 29. SIxth Street between Marshall Way and 70th Street -Sixth Street will be reduced to one lane in each direction on April
The Arizona Republic Two McDonald's restaurants in Scottsdale will undergo makeovers next year, as part of the fast-food giant's nationwide initiative to freshen its image. Architect Kelly Ferguson said a McDonald's at Pima Road and Frank Lloyd
The Arizona Republic It's quiet on the General Store patio at the Village of Pinnacle Peak on a recent morning. Several hundred yards away dust is flying and heavy construction machinery is pounding away on road work that has snarled traffic at Pima
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale voters are being asked to approve a bond package that would bankroll transportation and drainage projects and shift existing debt...The election Tuesday poses two bond questions totaling a little more than $63 million.