Susana Kopplin, an owner of Maya Palace, monitors the process of packing up the store and moving. She arrived Monday to find a demolition team at work just outside the store. The store must be out by tonight.
The demolition team tears off the roof of a former El Charro Restaurant at El Mercado. The site eventually will have a CVS pharmacy, but two current businesses were surprised to find demolition already under way.
A pair of local business owners got a surprise Monday morning when they drove up to find a demolition team at their plaza, ripping the roof off the former El Charro Restaurant.
The days are longer and warmer, and the nights are still cool.
Optimistic UA Wildcat fans — or those who simply love college basketball — should be hunting for their Sweet 16 or Elite 8 tickets now, rather than later.
Lush, the "delicatessen of the skin-care world," is opening its first Tucson store today at La Encantada. The 722-square-foot store is looking to employ 20 to 30 part- and full-time workers.
Lush, the “delicatessen of the skincare world,” is opening its first Tucson store today at La Encantada.
If you need picture frames or canvas, now is the time to get them.
I love the fact that we can download apps onto our phones - often for free - that can help us be better and/or smarter shoppers.
ATLANTA - Christmas shoppers thronged malls and pounced on discounts but apparently spent less this year, their spirits dampened by concerns about the economy and the aftermath of shootings and storms.
Ronnie Diaz, with Granite Construction, removes debris from the crevices of the rail lines on North Fourth Avenue, as work on that section of the streetcar line winds down and prepares for the street fair this weekend.
The Fourth Avenue Winter Street Fair is this weekend.
Santa Claus is coming to town. No, really. At 9 a.m. Saturday at the Tucson Mall.
With Black Friday just around the corner, the Star’s “Centsible Mom” columnist wants to know what your shopping strategies are.
Conn's Home Plus is moving into a former Circuit City building at 5530 E. Broadway and expects to be open in time for holiday shopping. The company plans to hire some 40 sales associates.
A furniture, appliance and electronics store that bills itself as catering to the "underserved and underbanked" is set to open by year's end in central Tucson.
A trailer full of potato chips burned to a crisp during an early morning fire on the northwest side.
Tucson's go-to place for name fashions open later.
The former Circuit City big-box store at North Oracle and Wetmore roads is being sliced into two smaller spaces, which eventually will house a Cost Plus World Market and Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts.