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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.
United Methodist Church has come a long way since they first began. The church officially organized in 2009 with approximately 120 people. Now, at their five year anniversary, there are well over 400 people. To celebrate their five year anniversary, the church is having a special celebratory service where it all began at Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary School at 8500 N. Continental Reserve Loop. This special service is being held on Nov. 23, at 10 am with delicious cake to follow. All are invited to see why this church is growing so well.
Loews Hotels & Resorts has completed the purchase of the of the 398-room Loews Ventana Canyon Resort, which has been managed by Loews Hotels since its opening in December 1984. Tucson’s Estes family will retain a minority ownership position in the resort.
(BPT) - Do you reach for comfort foods or junk food when you’re stressed? You know you shouldn't, but you probably feel you need something to help you during that intense period. With a few tips from culinary experts, you can cut the cravings and find healthy ways to manage nutrition during stressful times.
Everyone should “know their numbers” to ensure optimal health. Beginning this Saturday, Northwest Healthcare will host a series of FREE Cholesterol Screenings, open to the public, by appointment only.
The public is invited to an evening of fun-filled affordable community fun—where there’s something for everyone! Rattlesnake Ridge Elementary Parent Teacher Organization will sponsor their annual “Rocky’s Fall Round-Up” carnival on Friday Oct. 17, from 5 to 9 p.m.
“You can’t use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have.”
As you book your next vacation, it doesn’t hurt to think ahead -- way ahead. Technology is changing everything about the way we live, work and play, and travel is no exception.
(StatePoint) As you book your next vacation, it doesn’t hurt to think ahead -- way ahead. Technology is changing everything about the way we live, work and play, and travel is no exception.
The Pima County Office of Emergency Management continues to monitor the weather situation associated with the remnants of Hurricane Odile, now Tropical Storm Odile.
JW Marriott Starr Pass has announced Russ Bond as its new General Manager. Along with Bond, Dan Carraher has been hired as the new Director of Sales and Marketing, and John Strong has been appointed as Director of Events.
Upgrades and improvements to the Marana Water Reclamation Facility made during the past year have resulted in a more efficient collection and treatment system, according to the town of Marana’s utilities director.
Every Thursday Continental Ranch hosts their own farmers market. For four hours, between 25-35 vendors serve up a wide variety of goods and crafts.
(NAPSI)—Traveling 12,000 miles in 31 days, four Navy SEAL bikers honored one of their own—and you can go along for the ride.
(BPT) - When serving domestically and overseas, Sailors are away from home, family, familiar settings and traditions. Many use their beliefs and faith to help them understand and manage the unfamiliar surroundings they’re experiencing. Guidance, moral support and worship opportunities are critical services provided by the Navy to help Sailors through the challenges of the job while maintaining relationships with family and fellow military members.
The Continental Ranch Homeowners Association (HOA) has been able to turn a negative into a positive. When many of their agave plants were infested with agave snout weevils, the HOA found a way to repurpose one type of plant.
Young octopus agave plants harvested from older plants from Continental Ranch and will be replanted in the neighborhood.
Rob Palfreyman replants an octopus agave pup that was harvested from older agave plants at Continental Ranch. This fall the pups will be replanted in the neighborhood.
The District 5 Little League All-Star Tournaments and area teams won two of the three baseball titles.
The District 5 Little League baseball tournaments have all but come to a close. Just two area teas are still alive and when the weekend is over four area teams will have won district titles.
The first week of the District 5 Little League All-Star tournaments are over and things are really starting to take shape. After a full week and a busy weekend one champion has been crowned, and the championship brackets are set.
The first night of District 5 All-Star baseball and softball tournaments began on Monday. Here are the results as well as Tuesday’s match-ups.