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The glory days
A $1.7 million sale in Stone Canyon late last month is the biggest residential sale in Oro Valley since 2010.
An east side restaurant, The Abbey, plans to re-open for dinner service today at 4 p.m. according to a post on its Facebook page.
1. Experts see no signs of terrorism in Malaysian plane mystery
What hasn’t been said about South Park? Known for their twisted humor and dark satire, the story of four potty-mouthed boys in South Park, Colorado has entertained millions of viewers and angered just as many others since the show began in 1997. Originally thought up as two animated shorts in the early 90’s by the show’s creators, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the show has come a long way since its cardboard cutout origins and VHS viral video days. Now the show holds some of the most consistently high viewership numbers of any basic cable program and remains one of Comedy Central’s most successful programs of all time.
1. The White House relaxes another ObamaCare rule
1. Budget deal beats filibuster threat
1. Obama eulogizes Mandela at memorial service
1. Judge rules Detroit deserves bankruptcy protection
From bankruptcy to an area now booming with more than 2,000 homes, the Saguaro Bloom Development will welcome its first homeowners in Marana this month.
1. ObamaCare's health-insurance mandate is tweaked
Here’s one you don’t hear every day, “the smart phone will be the hub of the future of medicine. And it will be your health-medical dashboard.”
1. DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE ENTERS HOSPITAL IN EARLY STAGES OF LABOR
1. DETROIT FILES RECORD BANKRUPTCY PETITION Detroit on Thursday became the largest U.S. city in history to file for bankruptcy. The city is at least $14 billion in debt, and could owe as much as $20 billion. Detroit was once the nation's industrial powerhouse and the cradle of the U.S. auto industry. It fell into financial ruin over decades, as auto manufacturing declined and residents moved away, reducing the city's population — and tax base — from 1.8 million in 1950 to 700,000 today. [New York Times] ………………………………………………………………………………
PHOENIX -- The pair of Supreme Court rulings Wednesday on the issue of gay marriage did leave Arizonans who support the issue with one small victory.
Declaring a conflict of interest, Marana Mayor Ed Honea removed himself from the council dais on Tuesday night when it came to discussions over emergency sewage connections in the Honea Heights neighborhood, of which he is the landowner.
1. SNOWDEN REQUESTS ASYLUM FROM ECUADOR