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From a peek at how music benefits your brain, to recommending habits that can build long-term happiness, this column shares evidence-based information on improving physical,... [Read More]
To streamline city services, the Town of Marana has opened a new "Welcome Center" at the town Municipal Complex. [Read More]
Local First Arizona and our many members and supporters are committed to strengthening Tucson's economy through our dynamic efforts as a growing movement in the... [Read More]
The Town of Oro Valley, in partnership with the Music and Dance Academy, recently announced the launch of the new Oro Valley Kids Concert Series,... [Read More]
Why is there such a draw to the Northwest area, one may ask? [Read More]
It's like déjà vu, all over again— the time of year for harvesting the succulent fruit of the saguaro cactus, something the indigenous peoples in... [Read More]
Its name conjures up old images of tasteless chunks of meat-based matter that air travelers choke down between plastic cups of cheap Chablis at 35,000... [Read More]
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Any persons wishing to submit an argument "for" or "against" the Naranja Park bond question must do so by 5 p.m. this Friday, July 21. [Read More]
Last Tuesday, July 11, the Pima County Board of Supervisors approved by four-to-one vote a revised fee ordinance for animal care services provided by Pima... [Read More]
The Pima County Board of Supervisors put state environmental regulators and Hudbay Minerals on notice that they will be watching as the state, at the... [Read More]
Ask Tucson's oldest and most famous bartender what's changed in the nearly 60 years he's spent pouring drinks for weary travelers and thirsty locals inside... [Read More]
The National Geographic and Resonance Magazine gave Tucson a friendly nod in a recent study detailing the best cities in America. The report listed the... [Read More]
Drivers and pedestrians alike breathed a collective sigh of relief on June 30 when Lambert Lane re-opened. [Read More]
Tohono Chul Park will host the public tonight, Tuesday, July 18, to enjoy one of nature's most unique events – Bloom Night. [Read More]
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Weeks of sustained temperatures nearing, or over, 100 degrees fahrenheit has led some area residents to take pity on local wildlife by providing them with... [Read More]
After community members expressed increased interest in raising food at home, Pima County Development Services has proposed an amendment to county code relating to the... [Read More]