The Marana Town Council is moving forward with a $5 million plan to develop the 163-acre Marana River Heritage Park with a rodeo arena, splash park and more.
A last-minute compromise on a bill to change the way sales taxes are collected protected millions of dollars of tax revenue for local towns.
In its all-mail 2013 general election today, Marana voters authorized the town to spend more money than the state constitution dictates.
The Marana Town Council has taken the first step toward creating its own separate visitors bureau.
Marana and Pima County are calling a cease-fire in the sewer-takeover conflict.
Marana voters will help end a years-long dispute between their town and their county over sewage in an all-mail election this month and next.
After several tries, the Tucson visitors bureau and the town of Marana haven't been able to make up after a dramatic breakup.
After several tries the Tucson visitors bureau and the town of Marana haven’t been able to make up after a dramatic breakup.
Five years of court battles ended Tuesday when the Arizona Supreme Court denied a request from the town of Marana to review a case related to wastewater systems.
Tourists looking for information about the Tucson area won't find anything about Marana hotels and resorts from the local visitors bureau.
The Arizona Court of Appeals rejected Marana's motion to reconsider an earlier decision that the town does not have the legal authority to own or operate the sewer plant it seized from Pima County.
The town of Marana has scrapped plans for a special election to try to strengthen its claim over the Marana Wastewater Reclamation Facility.
State lawmakers' attempts to force Pima County to turn over a
sewer plant to Marana are getting more aggressive.
Town employees in Marana are working on new zoning regulations
in advance of a statewide November vote on whether marijuana should
be legalized for medical purposes.
The job posting should be up soon for a replacement for one of
Marana's more public faces, who accepted the town's separation
incentive plan earlier this year.
The top administrators for the town of Marana and Marana Unified
School District faced a crowd of about 50 community members Monday
evening to talk about budgets in the coming fiscal year and how
cuts were decided.