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The motion to approve a specific plan that would allow for denser developments at the Lazy K Bar Guest Ranch failed to pass in the Marana town council meeting.
He had a story he wanted to tell – one of redemption, hope, and change. Now, after 37 years, Fernando Prol has published his first book called “Sugar and Dirt: Memoirs of a Tortoise.”
You may have to change your driving routes for the coming storm due to wash and road closures that are expected.
Northwest Fire District crews were dispatched to a reported building collapse at 3912 W. Ina Road shortly after 2:00pm on Monday. The shopping center (Embassy Plaza Shopping Center)) is a strip mall style shopping center that has two main buildings. The buildings are connected by the breezeway where the incident occurred. A full alarm was dispatched to the scene including specialized building collapse equipment on board the technical rescue truck. When the first engine arrived within 4 minutes they were able to quickly determine that drywall had collapsed from the breezeway roof area but that no structural damage or collapse had occurred.
What is slated to open in fall of 2015, the Marana Premium Outlet Mall is moving forward as scheduled as the Town of Marana is receiving the preliminary plans from the mall developer and overall site infrastructure planners.
After months of discussion, the Marana council officially adopted the town’s streets, parks, recreation facilities and water fees during the regular meeting on May 6.
The Oro Valley Police Department is trading in its BMW motorcycles and switching brands to the Victory Commander, made by Tucson-based Victory Police Motorcycles.
Archaeologists recently discovered an ancient human settlement at the Marana interchange of Twin Peaks/Interstate 10 where the new premium outlet mall will be built.
Due to a new state law, commercial developments in Marana will now charge impact fees. Originally, the law only required impact fees from residential and industrial developments.
Whenever the town needs to hire an employee, we spend time and effort to find the best person for the job. We owe it to our community to bring people on board who provide the high level of service that our residents and business owners expect.
Fans in 224 countries are getting a great glimpse of Marana when the Accenture Match Play Championship returns Feb. 17-23. The Golf Club at Dove Mountain is again the site of an international competition that is putting our community on the world stage for the eighth consecutive year.
The Marana Town Council approved 7.3-acre land exchange with Sky Ranch Homeowners Association in exchange for an 18-acre parcel during the Jan. 7 regular meeting.
A number of new projects are underway in the northwest in the coming year.
A report compiled by Bright Future Real Estate Research shows more homes were built in the Town of Marana during the first six months of the year than anywhere else in the region.
Our state suffered a terrible tragedy June 30 when 19 elite firefighters lost their lives battling the Yarnell fire. It was the worst single incident loss of life for firefighters since the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
What kind of effect will genetic engineering have in the future? How will this affect the evolution of mankind? Will it have a negative or positive outcome?
One of the greatest things about living in a close-knit community is that when families fall on hardships, neighbors turn out to help those in need.
As a child, Marana resident Linda Williams had the odds piled against her. Alongside her six siblings, Williams grew up in poverty in a two-bedroom, one bathroom trailer on Tucson’s south side. Her mother was an immigrant who didn’t speak English. Her father struggled with alcoholism. The family had no hot water, no neighbors, and no other relatives living in the United States.
Marana’s proximity to the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas makes it one of the better-positioned communities in the state. With Interstate 10, the Union Pacific Railroad and two airports within the town’s borders and planning area, Marana has become a hub for people wanting to live or do business in Southern Arizona.
It’s only a month away. Do you have your tickets?