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If the best way to delay the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia was to enrich one’s mind with new knowledge, then some of the residents at Splendido would not have to worry about those ailments for quite some time.
Mark Napier, Associate Director of UA Parking and Transportation Services and Annie-Lourdes Francois, Orthopedic Surgery Medical Resident at UMC celebrate the recent accoplishment
The Marana Unified School District Food Services Department is working to make sure that no children in the community go hungry when school is out, and beginning June 2, 2014 expects to serve over 12,000 free meals through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program.
Disabled Army veteran Steven Madrigal pleaded with a utilities company to not turn off his water.
How’s this for an idea? Pay parents to keep their kids home from school. And how about this? Encourage parents to skimp on their children’s educations by promising to pay part of the cost of college.
A high intensity, tailored exercise program might benefit patients with dementia more than a traditional rehabilitation program, according to new UA research.
Tai Holmes, a 4-year-old, laughs at the puppet show put on by Puppets Amongus at the Oro Valley Public Library. The library puts on different shows and presentations for their summer reading programs.
Cyra Patanwala (left), 3, and older sister Leila Patanwala (right), 6, enjoy "The Crooked Tale", a puppet show put on by Puppet's Amongus.
Bradford Trojan, from Puppets Amongus, plays the guitar and harmonica during the puppet show. Puppets Amongus is a local company that entertains at libraries and parties around Tucson.
The solar and astronomy program is a big draw to Catalina State Park.
Amphitheater School District
Ironwood Ridge High School student Brandon McKay spent part of his summer in the United States Naval Academy STEM Program. During the program, he and others focused on science, technology, engineering and math.
Among the many activities and initiatives supported by SaddleBrooke Community Outreach (SBCO), two programs are specifically designed to support the education of youth within its service area. The SBCO Scholarship Program provides scholarships for students attending an accredited post-secondary institution and the Educational Enrichment Program provides small grants to assist educational and community organizations in programs designed to meet SBCO’s mission
Local businesses will have a few more months to take advantage of looser standards for temporary signs.
Youth summer programs offered by some Tucson's schools, businesses and institutions. Check Web sites for more information, or call for programs and schedules offered.
Members of American Legion Auxiliary Oro Valley Unit 132 understand the sacrifice members of our armed forces have made to preserve the freedom enjoyed by all Americans. To honor our fallen heroes, auxiliary members will wear a red “remembrance” poppy as a sign of their appreciation on Memorial Day weekend.
Tucson’s visual art immersion program for teens and youth, ages 9 to 18 is set for this summer.
In a classroom in Tucson, young mothers all gathered together, taking a moment to relax while their babies played on the floor with employees from Teen Outreach Pregnancy Services.
With the Oro Valley Police Department having its School Resource Officer (SRO) program well established and the state’s governor calling to expand state funding, the Marana and Tucson police departments have to consider following suit.
It’s literally a colorful scene in the Marana Health Center’s art therapy room.
As Oro Valley resident Bill Adler started to divide his belongings into the groups of keep or give away, he made sure to think about local veterans while doing so.