Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. on Wednesday reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. today reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
Local executive Fletcher J. McCusker is launching a Tucson-based home-health-care business with more than $20 million in capital.
Sundays won't be reserved for football and church anymore.
The city of Tucson and the Rio Nuevo District officially buried the hatchet Thursday morning.
The City of Tucson and Rio Nuevo District officially buried the hatchet this morning.
The legal tussle that has engulfed the Rio Nuevo District and city of Tucson the past two years may be coming to an end.
The Tucson Convention Center could receive Rio Nuevo money after all.
Bleachers, aging restrooms and other facilities at the Tucson Convention Center need repair or replacement.
What's an additional three weeks of negotiating after nearly two years of bickering?
Fletcher McCusker, founder, chairman and CEO of Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. and a major booster of downtown Tucson redevelopment, will retire from the company to pursue other interests by the end of the year, the company announced today.
Two former Rio Nuevo board members won't have to dig into their own pockets, even if a judge rules against them in a lawsuit filed by the developer of a now-defunct downtown hotel project.
The Rio Nuevo board agreed Monday to make up to $6 million in improvements to the crumbling Tucson Convention Center in a bid to resolve two lawsuits over who owns and owes what in connection with the downtown redevelopment project.
Downtown Tucson could see its first hotel in more than 30 years - and unlike other recent hotel plans, taxpayers won't be paying most of the bill.
The Rio Nuevo District has someone to keep track of its finances.
Project manager Bill O'Malley, foreground, and board member Phil Hall, both with the Friends of Tucson's Birthplace, place ocotillo fencing on top of a ramada in the Mission Gardens, which is at the base of "A" Mountain.
Phil Hall arranges the ocotillo fencing on top of the ramada. Some of the pomegranate and fig trees and other plants are visible in the background.