For the second straight year, the e.Republic Center for Digital Government and Digital Communities Program has hailed Marana's digital savvy.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is hosting a blood drive to raise resources for the American Red Cross.
The Amphi Foundation Clothing Bank, which provides seasonally appropriate, clean clothing, is holding a drive to build up stock that will fill the needs as the weather gets cold.
The Amphitheater Unified School District received a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada.
As part of the process of updating its general plan, Oro Valley surveyed its residentsabout what they think about the town's future.
Retiree Lorayne Himebaugh has created an oil painting that was selected from among hundreds of submissions nationwide to appear in a calendar.
Casas Adobes Congregational Church is presenting a Christmas-themed concert called “Christmas Oratorio.”
Rev. Jeffrey Bullock has joined Christ the King Espicopal Church as Priest-in-Charge.
Tickets are now on sale for a travel-focused fashion show in Oro Valley will take to the runway in March.
Mountain View High School football players will expand their horizons by traveling to Ireland to play a game.
Marana and the American Red Cross are teaming to host a blood drive.
Ivana Fritzinger, a second-grade student at Legacy Traditional School, placed second in the girls U-8 division at the Arizona Elks State Soccer Shoot in Tempe on Nov. 10.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin said he sees himself as something of a lightning rod. It’s an apt description for a politician who was selected to a national fellowship even as he faces a recall effort.
Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church is offering free daycare for kids so their parents can have an afternoon out together.
The Catalina Crusaders and Golder Ranch Fire District, are holding their annual toy drive at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 7 at Players Pub, 16024 N. Oracle Rd. in Catalina.
A free seminar titled “How to Avoid Scams, Fraud and Identity Theft” will teach people to ward off threats of money-sucking tricks.
Worldwide Travel Talks will feature a program titled "A Return Visit to Vietnam."
The League of American Bicyclists has honored Oro Valley for the way it caters to the biking community.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 donated 320 dictionaries to third-grade students at Oro Valley elementarty schools Casa Christian, Copper Creek, Immaculate Heart, Mesa Verde, and Wilson Elementary Schools.
Oro Valley needs more space to play, so the town is creating it.
The paintings of Lee Kannally, a self-taught cowboy artist and World War I veteran, will be on display at Oracle State Park.
Patrick Knight, author of "Blessed to Survive — The Thanksgiving Day Massacre", is coming to speak at an event in SaddleBrooke.
Tom Brandhuber was named Golder Ranch Fire District's new Assistant Fire Chief.
February's WGC-Accenture Match Play Championship is still three months away from hoisting Marana into the global sports spotlight, but early birds can snap up tickets at a discount.
Artisans will sell their handcrafted jewelry, glass, furniture, photography and dinnerware at a December event.