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Marana police officer Dan Rowan is congratulated by Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild after being awarded Hero of the Year along with two others.
Prior to her State of the State Address, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer talks with Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild.
Northwest Fire District Firefighter Ty Cobb is recognized by Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild as a hero during Heroes Day last Thursday. While off duty, Cobb rescued a victim from a burning vehicle.
Pima Community College is proud to host Mayor Jonathan Rothschild and a wide range of community organizations at a conference focused on helping former criminal offenders re-enter the workforce.
According to the unofficial results, the City of Tucson’s new mayor will be Jonathan Rothschild. Rothschild, a Democrat, is beating Republican Rick Grinnell 41,438 to 30,435.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild recently announced his endorsement of Jo Holt, Democratic candidate for the AZ State Senate in District 11. Of Holt, Mayor Rothschild said: “Jo Holt is exactly what our state legislature needs. A retired research scientist, Jo knows how to solve problems, stick to a budget and produce results. She is a pragmatist who will represent the people of her district regardless of their political affiliation. ”
The Tucson Pima Arts Council (TPAC) extends its warm congratulations to poet Rebecca Seiferle, selected by Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild as the new Tucson Poet Laureate.
Chancellor Lee D. Lambert has announced that Pima Community College will provide Mental Health First Aid trainings to the public later this month.
Tucson mayor Jonathan Rothschild recently announced that Tucson is one of 25 “flagship cities” selected by the Obama administration to take part in an initiative to end homelessness among veterans by 2015.
Working as a region to stimulate economic growth was a common theme during a special event hosted by the Tucson Realtors Association on Jan. 27. Officials from Tucson, Marana, Oro Valley and Sahuarita came together to discuss the outlook for 2012.
The Arizona State Credit Union, 6456 N. Oracle Road, held a re-grand opening event on Tues., July 31, at 11:30 a.m. Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild as well as various Tucson and Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce officials were in attendance for the formal ribbon cutting ceremony.
Buying a home in Tucson just got easier.
Health and community organizations will be at two Pima Community College campuses on Jan. 23 and Jan. 24 to provide students with information about the importance of health insurance coverage, and resources available for enrollment.
Nearly one year after the tragic shooting which left six dead and thirteen injured, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, community members have continued taking progressive steps to unify Tucson and the nation.
Pima Community College’s Adult Education AmeriCorps program will participate in the eighth annual AmeriCorps Week, a series of events highlighting service to our community.
Downtown Tucson will be full of holiday cheer on Saturday, Dec. 15. Enjoy a full day of family-friendly events – everything from finally getting that wish list to Santa to the 18th Annual Downtown Parade of Lights – right in the heart of Tucson.
On Oct. 18, a group comprised of first responders filled the courtyard area at the La Encantada Shopping Center to recognize four heroes.
The City of Tucson will have a mayoral race after all, now that write-in candidate Rick Grinnell received enough Republican votes in the Aug. 30 primary election to move on to the general election.
Companies relying on student interns must adhere to eight core best practices, incentives and goals, said Eileen McGarry, the executive director of Career Services at the UA.
Tucson is consistently top rated for outdoor activity, yet there have been a number of cyclist and pedestrian fatalities this year. That’s why Allstate has teamed up with Tucson officials and safety partners to create “Tucson On 2”, a bike and pedestrian safety campaign aimed at saving lives through targeted education, awareness and enforcements efforts. Tucson On 2 kicks off Dec. 10 at Santa Rita Park, with the permanent installation of two solar-powered bike and pedestrian warning signal signs, a series of bus-stop advertisements and a safety kit giveaway.
A healthy dose of good news never hurt anybody, especially when the subject is economic development.