John Bartlett, right, activities and social-service director at Catalina Village, and a caregiver sort through contributions.
After an unprecedented outpouring of support from Tucsonans, Catalina Village, an assisted-living complex for indigent seniors and disabled people, is asking for a little more help - not out of greed, but of need.
A Tucson man who allowed his stroke-impaired girlfriend to wallow in her own waste for weeks was sentenced to 1 1/2 years in prison Thursday.
An assisted-living community for low-income seniors and the disabled is looking for help making residents' holidays happier.
A caregiver at a Tucson assisted-living facility has been arrested on suspicion of stealing jewelry from an elderly resident.
A caregiver at a Tucson assisted living facility, suspected of stealing jewelry from an elderly resident, was arrested Tuesday.
A Tucson man will have to reimburse AHCCCS more than $225,000 after admitting Monday he abused his girlfriend and endangered her health earlier this year, causing her to be hospitalized.
An assisted-living residence for low-income seniors, many with few or no relatives in Tucson, is having a party Friday to celebrate Tucson's birthday and to show its gratitude to all the clubs, schools, churches and other organizations - including the Tucson Police Department - that have hel…
Why are the people who need us - and those we need - often so very far away? Out of reach except for visits already limited by money, time and the inescapable obligations of daily existence.
Adult children of aging parents may need to step in and help their parents find living arrangements with more assistance.
My brother and I had a plan for our aging parents. The plan was they would not age. They would never need to move from the house where they have lived for 45 years.