Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 hosted its annual Mexican food luncheon May 11, including 13 veterans and six staffers from the Southwestern Blind Rehabilitation Center of the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System.
The Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce is awarding Steve Engle Memorial Scholarships at an awards breakfast at 7:15 a.m. today at the Oro Valley Country Club, 300 W. Greenock Drive.
Late spring nights and baseball go well together. As do late spring nights and baseball movies. Oro Valley is taking a swing at the latter by showing a free screening of "The Rookie."
Gloria Martinez, an 8th grader at Basis Oro Valley, won a national gold medal in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards for her sci-fi short story "Don't be Afraid of the Dark."
Tortolita Middle School’s TV Broadcasting & Video Production students took the three top spots in the 2013 Step Up, Speak Out, End Bullying PSA Contest April 27 at the Loft Cinema, 3233 E. Speedway.
Canyon Del Oro High School's forensics teams succeeded at the Crime Scene Investigators State Challenge April 19 and 20 in Phoenix.
Laura Mignon, a fourth-grade teacher at Picture Rocks Intermediate School, and Alia Christenson, kindergarten teacher at Desert Winds Elementary School, were lauded at Delta Kappa Gamma's Early Career Educator appreciation brunch April 6.
Five Coronado K-8 School students received bicycles for their classroom accomplishments, courtesy of the Achieve Program, sponsored by the Lions Club of Catalina/Oro Valley.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is sponsoring a Flag Day celebration in SaddleBrooke.
Fleet Feet Sports Tucson, a footwear and sports apparel and accessories store that caters to runners, will open a new location in Oro Valley in August.
Marana Unified School District's DeGrazia Elementary School will receive Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) designation July 2 at a ceremony at the American School Counselor Association’s annual conference in Philadelphia.
Marana High School seniors Noe Arroyo Williams and Austin MacDonald found success at the Central Arizona College Mathematics Contest in Coolidge April 11. Noe Arroyo Williams placed second in the overall competition, which included more than…
The Marana Unified School District Governing Board selected the district's 2012-13 Teacher and Support Staff of the Year awards at a May 9 meeting.
Road crews plan to chip-seal several Arizona City roads next week. The work is expected to go from May 20 to 24.
Four Oro Valley high school students won Elks National Foundation Most Valuable Student scholarships in a May 5 ceremony at Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815.
Teaming with the American Red Cross, the town of Marana is hosting a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 18 at the Marana Municipal Complex, 11555 W. Civic Center Drive.
American Legion Auxiliary Oro Valley Unit 132 members plan to pay their respects to fallen and wounded combatants by wearing red "remembrance" poppies on Memorial Day, which is May 27.
The Pinal County Library District has made digital versions of periodicals easier to search by adding Zinio Magazine Service.
Due to a paving project on West Lambert Lane there will be heavy delays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. May 20-23. Eagle Rock, the contractor working the project, will be completing its final stages.
Marana is holding two open houses in June to educate townsfolk and business owners about town code and enforcement policies.
KaBOOM!, a nonprofit that helps communities build playgrounds, gave Oro Valley a "Playful City USA" designation for the third straight year.
With its Stamp Out Hunger event Saturday, the National Association of Letter Carriers is making it easy to donate nonperishable food to those in need.
Michael J. Brandt, who has served as Northwest Fire District's interim chief since Oct. 6, will have the label removed May 28, when he will sign a two-year contract to serve as chief.
St. Mark’s United Methodist Church, 1431 W. Magee Road, is hosting the Ohio Northern University National Tour Choir at 7 p.m. May 22.
Green Fields Country Day School is offering a scholarship competition for artistically-minded students who are entering grades 9-12, are committed to academic success and are in financial need.