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The Oro Valley Police Department announced a new program called “Coffee with a Cop.” The first event will be held at Jerry Bob’s restaurant at 10550 N. La Cañada in Oro Valley on April 7, from 8 to 10 a.m.
Best Mexican Food Two-time winner
Best happy hour
Amber Lights Retirement Community
In Regards to Al Melvin’s tirade on Democrats
Leaders from Arizona’s Legislature today joined a growing coalition of leaders throughout the state who support for Jeff Flake to serve in the United States Senate.
The Best of the Northwest received nearly 400 votes
Despite heroism, Giffords is not able to represent us
Replacing Giffords by election would be costly
‘Broadway Cinema’ show canceled
Members of the award-winning Heritage Highlands, Dove Mountain Highlanders tennis team include, from left, Joe Camara, Alyson-Anne Roeder, Carole Dade, Alice Howard, Rachel Rulmyr, Bob VanBuskirk, Dee Kaumeyer, team captain Jeff Kaumeyer and Don Black. Missing from the photo are Bob LaVahn, Suzi Paulin, Joanne and John Posluszny, Jerry Stillman and Gary Schaefer.
Rockin’ concert to benefit civility fund
The Tucson Padres have announced their local investors for 2011. The Padres are the Triple-A affiliate of the San Diego Padres, and begin the 2011 Pacific Coast League season in April.
A senior mixed doubles tennis team from Heritage Highlands on Dove Mountain has won the Southwest U.S. Tennis Association Championship in El Paso.
Thursday, Sept. 23
Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona is opening its first upscale retail store and donation center in Oro Valley next spring.
The second production in a series of free summer Theater in the Park performances is this Saturday, July 24, at 7:30 p.m. in Marana's new Crossroads at Silverbell Park.
The Arizona Rose Theatre Company takes guests "on a magical journey" this Saturday at Marana's new Crossroads at Silverbell Park.
This week, five Sun City men are on a "free" trip to Washington, D.C.
Two NW sites have free tax help for needy
Why do people live in Northwest Tucson?
Shellie Sportsman, the owner of Jerry Bob's Family Restaurant in Oro Valley, is thrilled with the response her restaurant has generated from customers, many of them regular patrons of the breakfast and lunch eatery.