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Pima County has published a new draft of Pima Prospers, the 10-year update of the county’s Comprehensive Plan, incorporating public feedback received over the past year at 25 community meetings, from online comments at www.pimaprospers.com and during presentations to many groups and associations throughout the county.
Pima County recently released the latest update of Pima Prospers, the county’s comprehensive plan that would set policy for growth and prosperity for the next 20 years.
Pima Community College organizers of the Plus 50 Career and Job Fair for mature workers say the event will have resources and opportunities geared to jobseekers age 50 and older, who face unique challenges in their search.
The latest National Weather Service Forecast indicates that rain will continue through the day. To help assist a safe and orderly commute, Pima County will release personnel on a staggered schedule, beginning at 3:15 p.m. today. Offices will remain open for normal business hours. Essential personnel have been asked to remain until the close of business. Other employees have been asked to adhere to the following schedule:
For many, the people who have played a part in shaping U.S. history are icons, or chapters in a history book. Eleanor Roosevelt is one of those icons, but to Tucson’s Nina Roosevelt Gibson she is also known as just grandma.
Northwest side students did well in Pima County’s anti-graffiti poster contest.
The Pima County Bond Advisory Committee has wrapped up five months of intensive review of hundreds of proposed projects for a possible 2015 bond election package.
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Grab your popcorn. If you like movies, the Pima County Public Library has your free ticket to some of the best indie films around!
Do you have a story inside you? Do you sketch or doodle? Do you like comics or anime?
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath at one point declared he desired only to be a one-term mayor, but has decided to seek reelection in August after seeing “a lot of positive momentum, not only for the Town of Oro Valley, but region wide.”
A $1.1 billion budget has gone before the Pima County Board of Supervisors for final authorization this week.
Pima Animal Care Center has embarked upon a transformational journey to tend to the pets that come to the shelter for care.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors has approved a motion that will have motorists paying more for common civil traffic violations beginning July 1.
Each of the four Oro Valley Town Council incumbents are all seeking reelection, along with a challenger to the three council seats, and one challenger for mayor.
The La Cañada/Magee Neighborhood Association, Inc, a duly registered 501(c)4 organization serving the northwest area of Pima County will hold its spring semiannual meeting on
A lot of people will walk out of a Pima County Public Library branch with far more than a book this year.
From fostering a love of reading in young people, to helping adults master basic computer skills and protecting our historical record, libraries bring literacy to multitudes of people efficiently and effectively.
Happy New Year! I hope you're having an excellent start to 2014 and enjoying this beautiful weather we've been blessed with. My first year representing you on the Pima County Board of Supervisors was exciting, incredibly busy, and I am eager to see what 2014 will bring. A few of my accomplishments in 2013 are summarized below.
The Arizona Sonora Western Heritage Foundation, in cooperation with Old Tucson Company, will welcome 3,000 local fourth, fifth and sixth graders during the 24th Annual Ted Walker Youth Day on Thursday, Jan. 30, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
I read with interest a recent opinion piece by Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller, “Pima County taxpayers deserve better.” Her interpretation of the facts to support her views, is a far cry from real analysis.