Zachary’s Pizza, 1028 E. Sixth St., closed July 29, 2012 ending a 24-year run as one of Tucson's most enduring pizza restaurants.Read more about it here.
Cynthia Willkomm is one of numerous Pawsitively Cats volunteers who provide attention and assistance to cats at the no-kill, cage-free shelter.
For 400 local felines, the volunteers at Pawsitively Cats are the cat's meow.
New Vail high school to open Wednesday
Zachary's Pizza is one of Tucson's most enduring pizza parlors. The UA-area restaurant will close its doors July 29.
Zachary's Pizza, the once popular eatery across from the University of Arizona, will close for good on July 29, ending a 24-year run as one of Tucson's most enduring pizza restaurants.
Tucson Twist-Its member Holly Labus, 11, center, practices a double-dutch routine with Rebecca Auslander, 12, left, and her sister Abigail Auslander, 15, during a workout at Agua Caliente Elementary School. Members of the Tucson Twist-Its will coach and host jump-rope camps this summer. The …
Tucson Twist-Its members Maya Herron, 8, left, and Abby Gahr, 9, do some pushups as part of their routine during a workout at Agua Caliente Elementary School.
Jordyn Even works on her routine with partner Paige Reid, background.
Rebecca Auslander, a member of the Tucson Twist-Its jump rope team, performs what she calls the Krueger Release, a move she created while practicing the double-dutch routine.
Tucson Twist-Its members Paige Reid, 13, upside down, and her partner, Jordyn Even, 12, work on a routine.
The years had not been kind to the Wildcat House, Tucson's longtime college hangout. Business had been falling since the economy crashed, company officials said, deepening a wound that began in the 1990s when its college-age patrons started migrating to downtown, North Fourth Avenue clubs an…
Kevin Illige and Pam Lambert, who live northwest of the University of Arizona with their two young children, aren't too keen on the possibility of 17 fraternity members living across the street from their home.
Spring is in the air in the Old Pueblo, and the University of Arizona Museum of Art is in full bloom with its fundraiser, Bouquets to Art, on March 23.
Youth volunteers with Wee Work lined up to hand out presents at
the Frank and Edith Morton Clubhouse Friday night.
Dozens of children at the Frank and Edith Morton Clubhouse gym
sat in groups Friday evening as music blared from speakers.
The TUSD Governing Board unanimously approved lease agreements
Tuesday for Jefferson Park and Roberts elementary schools, which
were shut last year.
A consultant group hired by TUSD to find a use for nine closed
school sites will get a larger payout than expected.
With a name like Grape Expectations, it's not surprising that an
upcoming fundraiser has ambitious goals: guests will sip vintages
from several wineries, sample selections from 30-some local
restaurants, and socialize as they peruse silent-auction items.