Here are more details of what to expect when Johnny Gibson’s Market opens in December in downtown at 11 S. Sixth Ave.:
Downtown Tucson could see the opening of its first full-service grocery store in 42 years by December.
Tucson could soon get out from under a 55-year lease for a downtown dirt lot for which it pays about $195,000 a year in rent to a trust benefiting former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords’ family.
Tucson's sixth streetcar rolled into town today.
County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry issued a memo this week to stress the county doesn’t allow its law enforcement officers to sellback unused sick days.
A city regulation limiting the size of medical marijuana cultivation sites to no more than 3,000 square feet could soon be lifted.
The city could borrow $45 million next year to cover streetcar costs, adjust this year’s debt payment and refinance older debt to save on interest rates.
A former Tucson police officer has filed a $2 million claim against the city saying she was a victim of sexual harassment while on the force.
More than 1,000 Tucson businesses could still be paying an expired tax on their buildings, not realizing the levy was abolished last year.
Tucson spent nearly $5 million buying back unused sick days from police officers and firefighters the past two years — and shelled out another $2 million in what the city attorney now says were illegal pension contributions for those unworked days.
The city is taking a new approach to how it handles trees that grow into overhead power lines.
Tucson is in search of a new human resource boss.
Pima County won’t follow Tucson in passing a pet store ordinance.
Live dog racing could come to an end in Southern Arizona without Tucson Greyhound Park shuttering its doors.
Kicking the can down the road on Tucson’s debt can prove costly.
After hearing Tuesday about proposed city job cuts and other budget reductions, Tucson City Council members were mostly concerned some of the changes could diminish police, fire and park services.
City Manager Richard Miranda has proposed eliminating 92 positions and trimming $25 million from the budget as a starting point to rein in Tucson’s finances.
About two dozen protests waved Ukrainian flags and chanted slogans in opposition to Russian interference in Crimea.
Protesters gathered on the sidewalk of Veinte de Agosto Park Friday afternoon to throw their support behind Ukraine's struggle with Russia.
Protestors gathered in downtown Tucson this afternoon to denounce Russia’s actions in Crimea.
A recent Tucson Metro Chamber survey critical of the region’s business climate mistook Pima County for a bucolic Arizona town with a similar name.
Tucson moved closer to annexing a 163-acre dirt parcel that city officials hope could one day become the home of a 1.3 million-square-foot retail development and bring about $37 million into city coffers within the next decade.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild announced his Final Four picks today.
City Councilman Richard Fimbres seeks to shrink this year’s budget gap by adjusting city-towing contracts so the city gets a cut of money made from auctioning unclaimed impounded vehicles.
City councilman Richard Fimbres wants to shrink this year’s budget gap by adjusting city towing contracts so Tucson can capture dollars from auctioned cars.
Tucson businesses have spoken out about the business climate in Tucson and Pima County.
A former Tucson charter school that owes the state millions of dollars for inflating enrollment numbers has closed its only remaining campus and left Arizona .
TUSD did not violate state law or district policy when it awarded a $92,500 contract to a Texas firm with ties to Superintendent H.T. Sanchez, an in-house review determined.
Rio Nuevo took steps this week to help move along a potential downtown hotel and exhibition center.
TUSD is expected to release an in-house review today of the awarding of a $92,500 contract to a Texas firm with ties to Superintendent H.T. Sanchez.
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Rio Nuevo’s renovation of the Tucson Convention Center starts Monday.
A settlement with a company that made asbestos products used in constructing some city buildings will pump up Tucson’s coffers to the tune of $5.5 million.
Chants of “Si, se puede” erupted in Tucson City Council chambers as dozens cheered the creation of Tucson’s Cesar Chavez holiday on Tuesday night.
Chants of "Si, se puede" erupted in Tucson City Council chambers as dozens cheered the creation of Tucson's Cesar Chavez Holiday.
A proposed holiday to honor labor leader Cesar Chavez could cost taxpayers $500,000.
When most workers retire before they are Medicare-eligible at 65, they have to bear the costs of health insurance on their own.
A recent Arizona Supreme Court decision overturning a 2011 law designed to keep pension costs down could cost Tucson millions of dollars.
Organizers of a downtown homeless camp got a victory in court last week.
Tucson is at a crossroads, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild said in his State of the City speech.
Mayor Jonathan Rothschild has joined the chorus of opposition to SB 1062.
The city of Tucson takes a firm position when it comes to violations of its building code or the Americans with Disabilities Act — unless, that is, the violator is the city of Tucson.
Tucson’s officials promised the streetcar would transform downtown. But first it will transform how the festivals along the route operate.
Tucson took the first steps in closing its $33 million budget gap for next year by tentatively approving what could amount to $4.8 million in transit savings and fare increases.
The city is determined to open the downtown streetcar line to riders this summer but will need some outside help to do it.
Even if the city eliminates every one of its “nonmandated” programs next year, it will still come up $8 million short of balancing its budget.
It may come as no surprise to some that Rio Nuevo lacked an official ethics policy.