Thelma Grimes, Tucson Local Media Updated:
Racism has become a big topic in the media in recent months and over the last year thanks to major events such as the controversy in Ferguson …
Andy Warren Special to The Explorer Updated:
New-home communities generally fall into two camps: subdivisions and master-planned communities. Do you know the difference – and most importa…
Ally Miller Special to The Explorer Updated:
Representatives of various nonprofits have come to board of supervisor meetings for the past several weeks to speak in support of a $653 milli…
Gilbert Davidson Special to The Explorer Posted:
All successful cities and towns have strong community connections that help them reach their goals. In Marana, we are fortunate to have public…
Logan Burtch-Buus Special to The Explorer Posted:
As of March 17, The Elder Scrolls Online officially dropped its monthly subscription model and is now free-to-play on PC and Mac. The game is …
Around 8:30 a.m. on March 23, Marana Police Department (MPD) responded to a home near Cortaro and I-10 in reference an unknown problem call. The officers ultimately arrested 23 year-old Cody William Clark for criminal damage.
The Town of Marana hired JE Fuller/Hydrology and Geomorphology, Inc. to prepare study the so-called “Lake Marana” and the company released their findings. Their report, titled “Marana Disc Golf Course Qualitative Ponding and Flooding Assessment” outlines the area, why it flooded and what can be concluded from changes in the pattern of flooding.
The morning was unusually quiet.
Representatives of various nonprofits have come to board of supervisor meetings for the past several weeks to speak in support of a $653 million bond package that will be submitted to the board for a vote in early April. At issue is whether an election will be held in the fall of 2015. While the bond package contains some valuable projects for our region it should be noted many of these projects are simply nice additions versus necessities. The question is whether the taxpayers of Pima County wish to incur more debt for these projects versus focusing on the most critical need facing our community-our failing roads.
Northwest Fire units responded to the 8600 block of North Ironwood Reserve Way near Silverbell and Twin Peaks just before 6:30pm after reports of a motorcycle accident were received by the 9-1-1 communications center.
Within the City of Tucson’s nearly 227-square miles, there are 30 locations waiting to snap your photo. But you don’t have to smile because those photos are taken only if you violate the traffic rules enforced by red light cameras at select intersections.
Though Linda is the most famous one—and her legacy is most certainly not one to shake a stick at—the Ronstadt family’s Arizonan musical roots were actually sewn much earlier when her great-grandfather emigrated to the southwest from Germany in 1841.
Tucson has met itself several times over. Now Oro Valley has done the same.
It’s called Torc Body Contouring.
Oro Valley is putting $300,000 toward its police pension fund in addition to increasing its future contribution rate.