- Your Voice
Town council and staff are proud to say that Marana has been one of the region’s success stories over the past few years.
The Marana Heritage Conservancy received a $1,000 donation from NRG Solar, a subsidiary of NRG Energy, Inc., a Princeton, NJ-based electricity company that is currently building a 25 megawatt solar station about 20 miles west of Tucson, the Avra Valley Solar Generating Station.
The Town of Marana will be holding a Mobile Town Hall on Oct. 13 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Platelet drive coming to OV Town Hall May 19
'Founding Fathers,' Constitution poster given to local school
The elderly and disabled may soon have fewer transportation options in Oro Valley.
Next set of babysitting classes in NW this summer
Marana town worker, project earn top awards
League, meets, state of town fills OV's September
The Oro Valley Town Council plans to weigh the issue of building signs at the Aug. 19 meeting.
Marana may restrict some park smoking
A listing of upcoming arts, entertainment an cultural events in the area.
It’s that second set of eyes and ears that will do you in.
November 15, 2006 - For the past year, a 36-year-old Marana police officer and his wife have hunted for their first home but came up with nothing.
June 22, 2005 - It was through Bob Honea, whose teammates nicknamed him "The Mayor of Marana," that the small Northwest farm town may have seen its first claim to fame and possibly an ironic glimpse into the future of the Honea family.
The Northwest EXPLORER has asked the 14 Oro Valley Town Council candidates to answer 10 questions about various issues affecting the town. Most of the questions were asked in a way that encouraged the candidates to take a position on the issue or provide specific ideas or solutions. It is the Northwest EXPLORER's intent that in providing the answers to these questions, readers will gain some insight as to where each candidate stands on these issues, how well informed they are about them and how they may govern the town if elected. The candidates were limited to 100 words or less per answer. Five of these questions were published Jan. 28. The remaining five are below.
Obnoxious and noisy neighbors in Marana may soon find police plastering a red tag on their homes, but businesses will be exempt from a noise ordinance the town council is expected to consider implementing Nov. 18.
Citizens and the Marana Town Council got their first look Aug. 13 at architectural renderings of the new town hall and municipal complex planners hope will become the core of a growth boom expected in Marana's rural northwest.
Mr. Marana, we hardly know you from the blue collar Joe or bib overall-wearing farmer who lived in the dusty crossroads that became a town 25 years ago.