Mike Anderson of the Bisbee Black Sox will play this weekend in the Copper City Classic vintage baseball tournament.
Officers from the Oro Valley Police Department’s traffic division monitor traffic at Magee and Oracle roads.
tate lawmakers refused Wednesday to overturn local zoning laws about keeping chickens in back yards even if it would help an Oro Valley Republican with his social life. The Senate-passed legislation would have opened the door to occupants of single family homes keeping not just chickens but …
Those who enjoy hiking and other activities in Coronado National Forest areas, such as the Pima Canyon Trail, above, might want to comment on the land management plan for the forest that will replace the current plan, which was written in 1986. The plan is a guide for managing the almost 1.8…
No matter the reader, the plot is always sure to interest the dog during the “Read to a Dog” reading-practice program. The free program for kids is Monday at the Kirk-Bear Canyon Library, 8959 E. Tanque Verde Road, and runs through June 2.
About 80 community groups and local businesses are set for this year’s Downtown Parade of Lights, organized by the Downtown Tucson Partnership. It steps off at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
Marana’s Holiday Festival and Christmas Tree Lighting returns Saturday and will be at the municipal complex, 11555 W. Civic Center Drive. The event — last year’s is seen above — will include live performances, food vendors, and arts and crafts.
Rep. Ron Barber of Tucson was one of 39 Democrats to back a bill allowing policies that don’t meet the health-care law’s standards. A Republican press release characterized his vote as cutting and running from the law.
More than 100 volunteers will help to provide at least 3,000 meals for the hungry and homeless at the 29th annual Salvation Army Community Thanksgiving Dinner on Thanksgiving Day at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 1145 E. Ft. Lowell Road. The Salvation Army still needs about 470 turkeys…
Marana, named by NerdWallet as one of the best places in Arizona for finding a job, includes Sargent Aerospace & Defense, a company involved in making parts for military hardware and for commercial uses.
There will be plenty of Darth Vader-like characters among the aliens, monsters, evil villains and caped heroes at the Sixth annual Tucson Comic-Con.
Expect plenty of costumes, like these “Predators” that are based on the 1987 movie, at Comic-Con, which gives a close-up view of comic book culture.
Last year’s Tucson Comic-Con was the first held in the Tucson Convention Center. The sixth annual event, set Nov. 2-3, will stay true to its roots of celebrating the artists, organizers say.
UA defensive end Dan Pettinato will make his 2013 debut on Saturday, when the Wildcats face Washington in Seattle.
Is it bad luck to walk under a ladder? It's not always safe. It may just be smarter to go around.
Nick Isham (left), a 6-foot, 190-pound quarterback, threw for 1,457 yards and eight TDs as a freshman at Louisiana Tech. "He's really conscientious. He's got some skills," UA coach Rich Rodriguez said. "I wish he was taller, but so does he."
Canyon del Oro football player John Jackson.
Assistant coach Bill Kirelawich isn't satisfied with the play of the defensive line. "We're not getting enough pressure" on quarterbacks, he said.
A new report by the Brooking Institution finds that many jobs, such as operating computerized machining equipment, require significant science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education but are not usually counted as STEM jobs.
Cody Decker, who is honing his catching skills in a bid to make the big leagues, played in 32 games in Tucson with the Padres last season.
After 33 years as an assistant at West Virginia, Bill Kirelawich thought his coaching career was over. Then, Rich Rodriguez asked him to join the UA program.
Artist Chris Leon partnered with some local rescue groups and drew pictures of dogs for adoption at last year's festival.
Paul Vasquez, a certified bonsai instructor, demonstrated his craft in a demonstration at Civano Nursery a year ago.
For $15 you can pick out a handmade ceramic bowl and get all kinds of tasty edibles. Your money will go to the Interfaith Community Services Food Bank.
"The only way we're going to get better is by getting reps," said defensive coordinator Jeff Casteel. The Wildcats gave up 499 yards per game last year.
The Park Place Chalk Art Festival is back for a second year on April 6-7. Last year artist Chris Leon drew pictures of dogs available for adoption.
Christine Vivona plays second harp with the Tucson Symphony Orchestra.
The Oro Valley Festival of the Arts will feature more than a hundred artists working in an array of media. Last year, Charlie Forbes was scouting a necklace at Sheaz Jewelry, one of the vendors.
Taste of China Festival organizers expect more than 2,000 people to sample food, play games, and watch demonstrations, and performances to welcome the Year of the Snake.
Organizers were serious when they named Saturday's celebration the Taste of China Festival. There will be food demonstrations from various regions of the giant nation. And of course, plenty to eat.
Oil painter Walter Porter worked, with subject in background, on a piece during the Plein Air Paint Out last year at Green Fields Country Day School. Interested artists are invited to take part in this year's event.
Noble Hops is launching a monthly series of craft beer dinners on Tuesday - four courses will be pared with with four specialty beers from a different craft brewery. Abita Brewery from Louisiana is first up.
Bird-watchers came out early for the "grand reopening" of Oracle State Park about a year ago. Budget cuts have made access to the park a hit-or-miss proposition.
Flowing Wells guard Lyndsay Leikem shoots over Sahuaro's Chelsey Hunsaker. The Caballeros have won 11 straight.
Oro Valley Fitness, 10550 N. La Cañada Drive, No. 160, will host a family-friendly walk, "Healthy Nights in Oro Valley," on Tuesday. The walk, which is free, starts at 5:45 p.m.
The Kannally house serves as visitor center for Oracle State Park, a part of a park system deemed endangered.
"Wonderful organic food, superb pizza, and even gluten-free items" is how one reader describes the offerings at Renee's Organic Oven, 7065 E. Tanque Verde Road.
Bird-watchers find a good observation spot at Oracle State Park.