Are the 1950s coming back? The United States and Russia appear to be vying for influence in Cuba again, one with a handshake, and the other with money.
I figure this is how heaven smells when I walk into Oliver Ray’s workplace. It’s the aroma of coffee.
Tucson-based Asarco held a formal dedication ceremony this week — led by President and COO Manuel Ramos — of the expansion of the south mill at the Mission Mine south of town.
The Forest Service laid much of the groundwork Friday for approval of the Rosemont Mine by releasing a final environmental report saying essentially that while the mine will cause negative impacts, it’s now clearly in line with nearly all environmental laws.
Quality roads make sure we can do all the things that make up our daily existence; from arriving at work on time to dashing to the grocery store or the doctor’s office or soccer practice.
State utility regulators approved new fees for Arizona Public Service Co. customers with solar-energy systems, in a decision that could ultimately affect solar customers in Tucson.
The Tucson-area median home price stayed essentially flat in October, though the number of home sales was up nearly 15 percent from last year, according to the most recent figures from the Tucson Association of Realtors.
Tri-Tronics Inc., a subsidiary of GPS-device maker Garmin Ltd., has closed its local electronic dog-collar manufacturing operation, laying off about 60 production workers as production is moved to Taiwan.
Peter, Paul play the Fox, remember Mary
Whether you are in favor of Rosemont Copper or opposed, your decision ought to be based on the most current facts.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will get about $10 million over a decade from Rosemont Copper for land, water rights and wildlife projects to compensate for impacts of the proposed Rosemont Mine, the department announced Tuesday.
When Congress expanded the Renewable Fuel Standard in 2007, it did so with three important policy objectives in mind.
Walking into the giant white tent that houses Brian and Kelly’s Pumpkins, Trees & Farmer’s Market, on Broadway near Rosemont, is almost like walking into a small farm.
The banner hanging on the side of the Bank One Annex building on East Congress says all you need to know about the renewed residential project planned for that empty downtown lot.
Selling your startup company to investors is a lot like dating, says Sean Conway, a University of Arizona alumnus who founded the class-notes sharing website Notehall and sold it in a deal worth $9.5 million in 2011.
A controversial dirt lot in downtown Tucson could finally see some long-anticipated construction now that lawsuits among the developer, city and Rio Nuevo Board are settled.
Persnickety’s Boutique, a high-end resale shop whose offerings range from cowgirl boots to evening gowns, has opened in a new location after being closed for three months.
Throwing flying discs into targets seems like all fun and games.
Crowd Audio, a music-production website founded by University of Arizona alumni, has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo.
There are many opinions about Obamacare for small businesses, but what are the facts about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act for the almost 400,000 small businesses in Arizona?