The University of Arizona Army ROTC program is hosting a golf scramble fundraiser.
Beginning Monday, KWBA Channel 58 — known as CW Tucson — will begin broadcasting "Good Morning Tucson Extra" weekdays from 7 to 8 a.m.
The extra hour of morning news programming will follow up "Good Morning Tucson," which airs weekdays from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. on KGUN Channel 9.
State of the Town events are occasions for optimism and opulence, which is why Marana is snug in its annual home for the event, the tony Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain.
Warren Lazar, president of the Oro Valley Historical Society, has seen the town blossom over the past decades.
Oro Valley’s police chief defended his department against a town councilman’s complaints that the department doles out unnecessary employee perks, overspends on overtime and pays too much for a youth program.
Mountain Vista Fire District is inviting the public to its second annual Spring Open House. Food, conversation and demonstrations will go from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 26 at Station 610, 1175 W. Magee Road.
A pair of intriguing events are coming to the northwest.
American Legion Oro Valley Post 132 is hosting a magic show.
Interfaith Community Services is building a $450,000 expansion that includes the Dorothy D. Vanek Client Welcome Center.
Oracle State Park will remain open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekends year-round. Previously, the park has only been open on weekends October through April.
Harkins Theatres is offering its annual Summer Movie Fun program, which shows children's movies at discounts.
Pediatric and adolescent neuropsychologist Renee H. Gutman will lecture about developmental milestones at Green Fields Country Day School.
Marana Middle School assistant principal Andrea Divijak will become Quail Run Elementary School's new principal July 1.
OV Town Manager Greg Caton emphasized capital projects in the fiscal year 2015 budget he has recommended to Town Council.
After a two-year stint in Malawi, Tucsonan James Shreve is coming home with experiences and perspectives forged from rustic life abroad.
You could say Marana is a town under construction.
At the Marana Bluegrass Festival, the performance isn’t limited to the stage.
Publisher 10/13 Communications LLC has bought three publications, including the Marana News, from Tucson West Publishing Inc., a division of News Media Corporation.
Catalina State Park is throwing a Star Party at 6:30 p.m. April 19, giving visitors the chance to stargaze through astronomers' telescopes.
Jazz musician Joe Bourne and the Cream of the Crop Band will perform at A Night in the Canyon, a Greater Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce-sponsored college scholarship fundraiser.
Four Amphitheater Unified School District teams qualified for the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals in Ames, Iowa May 28-31.
April 30 is the deadline to apply for a position on an Oro Valley project committee.
The La Cañada/Magee Neighborhood Association will host its spring meeting from 6:30 to 8 p.m. April 24 at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, 7650 N. Paseo del Norte.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 held the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks Americanism Essay Contest with the theme “What Veterans Day Means to Me.” Of the 278 Coronado Middle School students who participated, three were chosen from each grade division.
Twin Peaks Elementary School kindergarten student Tyler Skorupa placed second in his grade level at the 2014 Arizona State Grade Chess Championships.
Nonprofit Handi-Dogs helps the elderly and those with disabilities train their dogs to assist with tasks such as helping them stand, alerting them to sounds they miss and pick things up for them.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 honored community members for their contributions at a March 22 award ceremony.
If B-17, B-24 and P-51 sound like bingo numbers to you, it’s time you brushed up on your World War II history.
Academic competitions tend to be stiff, proper affairs, but Odyssey of the Mind is anything but.
Teri Murphy, community chairwoman of the Marana Main Street Festival, knows Marana’s downtown isn’t much to speak of — yet. But she sees a future in which it’s a bustling nerve center that captures the town’s spirit.
With the High Visibility Enforcement (HiVE) program, Oro Valley police officers and Pima County Sheriff's deputies pay special attention to key intersections in an effort to get drivers to be more careful.
Mountain View High School career and technincal education teacher Robert Kennerly won The Ohio State University Alumni Club of Southern Arizona's 21st Annual Scarlett and Gray Excellence in Education Award.
AAA Arizona is teaching senior drivers the finer points of defensive driving while helping them brush up on skills.
Marana and Amphitheater Unified School Districts are showing textbooks they plan on using to the public.
"Mexico, Zacatecas, Oaxaca, and the Yucatan Peninsula" will be the topic of the 2:30 p.m. April 13 meeting of Worldwide Travel Talks.
The Oracle Historical Society will host the 28th annual Oracle Spring Run Benefit Car Show to raise funds for the organization and help it with its historical preservation efforts.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath, Vice Mayor Lou Waters and Town Council members Joe Hornat and Mary Snider, whose seats are at stake in this year's election, have all filed paperwork to run for re-election.
The Easter Bunny will claim his throne at Foothills Mall April 11-19 to pose with kids for photos.
Redeemer Lutheran School, 8845 N. Silverbell Road, is holding an open house from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 5.
Mountain Shadows Presbyterian Church, 14240 N. Oracle Road, will offer its second annual craft show from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 6.
Catalina Mountain Elks Lodge No. 2815 is holding a party in its parking lot to benefit Special Olympics.
The Tucson Arthritis Support League is holding its 25th annual Scholarship Luncheon from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 12.
Desert Springs Retirement Living will host a Second Night Passover Seder.
Sonoran Science Academy is holding its free Spring Festival.
The Mountain View High School Parent Resource Organization is putting on a rummage sale to raise funds for a graduation night event.
Marana's Movie in the Park series, which screens a film outdoors for free each month, continues with "Yogi Bear" March 29.
Danny Wolverton, a variety performer who specializes in levitation and goes by the name Special Head, will put on a show at trampoline park AZ Air Time.
Those interested in learning how to harvest water can attend a workshop in Oro Valley.
Oro Valley’s plan to bolster its tech industry got off to a fast start when it convinced Securaplane Technologies to expand to a new facility in the town’s Innovation Park.
To hear race organizers tell it, the greatest challenge in Saturday’s Arizona Distance Classic Half Marathon may be to keep running rather than stand still and appreciate the beauty of the course.