- Your Voice
The Marana Town Council approved a $20,000 contribution to Imagine Greater Tucson (IGT) outreach program, which is working with the Pima Association for Governments (PAG) on regional transportation issues.
On Oct. 18, from 9:30 a.m.to 1 p.m. at the Oro Valley Marketplace, located on the corner of Tangerine and Oracle Road, an electronic waste event will be held.
The Oro Valley Community Foundation will be hosting a recycling event on Saturday, Feb. 15 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Oro Valley Marketplace, located on the corner of Tangerine Road and Oracle Road.
Are you one of the residents living in Continental Ranch who was shocked to see your Waste Management bill this past March double? Yes?...maybe…but only if you are a person who is disabled, alone and unable to put out your own trash without the help of WM. Why did this happen to those of us who are disabled? John Lambert created this problem for the disable community. You had your bill soar…mine was upped from $47.88 to $87.16. All other resident’s bills in CRCA remained as they were.
Pima County Master Gardener Plant Clinic program
Just for Kids with the TSO returns to OV
This week, we’ll see and read a lot about 9/11. No one was left untouched when the terrorists attacked the United States that day.
In his book “Built to Last,” author Jim Collins stresses that successful organizations are built by leaders who establish a foundation that is strong enough to survive even without them.
What do you do when you're home alone on a Saturday night and the lights go out in Oro Valley?
Letters to the editor published in the March 3, 2010, edition of The Explorer.
Why do people live in Northwest Tucson?
Letters to the editor published in the July 29, 2009, edition of The Explorer.
An application to erect a 61-foot wireless communications tower in Marana's Continental Ranch development was withdrawn prior to the June 2 public hearing before the Marana Town Council.