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With a focus on sustaining a quality community, the Tucson Association of REALTORS® views its title sponsorship of the 25th Annual Tucson Association of REALTORS® Shootout – presented by the Fort Lowell Soccer Club -- as a dynamic way to advance the region’s economy.
Last Tuesday’s Marana Town Council meeting saw the town make a proclamation declaring it a Purple Heart Town, as designated by the Military Order of the Purple Heart.
(Family Features) The holiday season is a magical time and there are some simple ways to share in the season’s spirit of goodwill and generosity.
(BPT) - Según la Federación Nacional Minorista (National Retail Federation), este año se espera que las ventas de temporada festiva sobrepasen los $600 mil millones, una cifra que, en términos del hogar promedio, equivale a un gasto de $804 en regalos, un aumento del 5 por ciento en comparación con el año pasado. Y no hay duda de que los comerciantes minoristas eliminarán todos los obstáculos para hacer que usted gaste más de lo que planificara inicialmente. Esa es la razón por la cual es fácil dejarse llevar por el espíritu de la temporada y comprar exageradamente. Pero antes de dejar que las tendencias mezquinas hagan mella en su generosidad, le proponemos tres consejos para que pueda gastar sin estrés esta temporada festiva.
(BPT) - Holiday sales are expected to reach more than $600 billion this year, an increase from 2013 according to the National Retail Federation. For the average household, that equates to spending $804 on gifts - up 5 percent from last year. And rest assured retailers will be pulling out all the stops to get you to spend more than you initially planned. That is why it’s easy to get carried away with the spirit of the season and overspend. But before you let Scrooge-like tendencies get the best of you, here are three tips to stress-free holiday spending.
(BPT) - You’ve reached your breaking point. You’ve tripped over the same thing in the living room too many times. Now you’ve picked it up to finally put it away and you realize – you have nowhere to put it. You have too much clutter in your home. So what do you do? How do you decide where to start so you can reduce the clutter in your home and make your walkways safe once more?
Connecting Tucson is a free resource and transition expo for any person with a disability and their family. It will take place on Saturday, April 12 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Beacon Group (308 W. Glenn Road, near Oracle Road). This third annual event will bring together hundreds of people with disabilities with close to 90 local organizations and service providers.
Amazon is considering a new phase in it quest for global commerce domination. They're working a plan that would ship products to you before you even purchase them because Amazon knows what you want better than you do.
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As businessman Jim Click finished a spirited conversation with a young, disabled man at the DREAM Job Fair on Wednesday morning, he shook his hand, and turned away with tears in his eyes.
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Around two dozen employers from around Tucson are scheduled to attend a job fair today at the Pima Community College's Northwest campus.
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U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz., is launching an “AZ01 at Work” Tour during her August district work period, focusing on job creation and economic development across District One.
Alyssa Kayfes of Mountain View High School claimed first place in the Dove Mountain Rotary Club’s annual Four-Way Test speech contest.
Kicking off the Independence Day festivities this Friday, June 29, The Ritz-Carlton Dove Mountain will be hosting a whole weekend of dining and entertainment for guests big and small. Friday evening features a CORE Wine Experience for adults, and a Cosmic Slide Party at the pool for all ages.
Two Fireworks Spectacular Shows and Myron Noodleman Highlight Homestand Events
Theresa Chavez, a teacher at Ironwood Ridge High School, feels like she is often thought of as “the woman with the sick husband,” while in fact, she is far more than that. She is a mother to two children, Ryan, 12, and Isabella, 19 months. She is a teacher who has been locally recognized for changing the lives of students with troubled home lives. And indeed, she is a wife to Tim Chavez, a man she never wants to have to live without.
In the weeks following the Jan. 8 shootings, members of Gabe Zimmerman’s extended family came together to form a coalition called BEYOND: Commemorate, Celebrate, Commit.
Students texting while driving, skidding out of control and seeing double all sounds like a recipe for disaster, but last week, students from Canyon Del Oro High School did just that, in hopes of avoiding disaster.
The racks and shelves are well stocked. The furniture shines brightly. Everything is falling smoothly into place for the grand opening of Oro Valley’s first retail Goodwill store Thursday at 8 a.m.
The new Goodwill retail store in Oro Valley will offer a wide selection of family apparel as well as household items. The grand opening is Thursday at 8 a.m.