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Tickets are on sale for the Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Annual Meeting and Awards Breakfast, to be held Friday, Aug. 8, at the Hilton El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort, 10000 N. Oracle in Oro Valley.
The 9th Annual Oro Valley Holiday Parade is slated for Saturday, December 14th at 9:30 a.m. and will last approximately 90 minutes. This year’s parade will once again be celebrating Small Businesses in Oro Valley.
The Town of Oro Valley is proud to announce the publication of its first-ever Fall Parks & Recreation Guide.The guide includes details on recreational programs for all age groups, aquatics and special events through December 2013.
RanchoVistoso.com is a community website created just for Rancho Vistoso and Greater Oro Valley.
Politicians work for us
Recently a friend and I were chatting and comparing our Pima County property tax bills.
Amber Lights Retirement Community
Arizona Early Music Society season starting
Town of OV seeks input on overlay district
Volunteers needed to help scientists study storms
Sun City blood drive coming
Pima County to open Veteran’s workforce center
OV Library summer programs
Senate Bill 1070 has once again been thrust in the national spotlight after the Supreme Court’s dissection of the bill, which has Republicans and Democrats both claiming a political victory.
OV Dollars summer program
Applying for a driver license? ADOT will get you Prepared
Oro Valley residents had the opportunity to hear from the six candidates running for Town Council, when Sun City hosted a forum on Feb. 18.
Don’t allow our community’s child to be sold
Oro Valley residents will have a chance to voice their concerns regarding the future of the library during a Town Hall meeting scheduled for Feb. 21 at 6 p.m.
Brendan Burns, 33
Last week, the Oro Valley Public Library and the Oro Valley Historical Society unveiled its Heritage Collection section of books at the library.
The books’ topics in the heritage collection include history, archaeology and heritage values of Oro Valley and Northwest Tucson.
Oro Valley Historical Society members Pat Spoerl, left, Bill Adler and Joyce Rychener look at the Oro Valley Public Library’s new heritage collection.
Oro Valley resident Mary Ann Kowalski looks through some of the books in the Oro Valley Public Library’s new heritage collection section last week. The section was made available to the public last Thursday.