Trouvaille Salon & Spa, in the Trader Joe's shopping center at Oracle and Magee roads, uses an A-frame sign to show potential customers its rates and services. An interim measure that allows the use of temporary displays and outdoor signs expires on Feb. 1.
The Oro Valley Town Council has decided not to start charging fees to people who violate its sign code.
Outreach opens new Kids' Closet in Mammoth
At its regular meeting Sept. 5, the Oro Valley Town Council decided not to start charging fees to people who violate its sign code.
After nearly a decade of static, Verizon Wireless and residents and business owners in Oracle have finally reached clarity.
Maggie Sanderson, facing, registered to vote with the help of the League of Women Voters SaddleBrooke unit. Mary Britton, left, and Brenda McBride, far right, helped Sanderson Monday at the Dewhirst-Catalina Library.
While some folks are content to sit around and complain about low voter turnout, the women of the SaddleBrooke unit of the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson are out to do something about it.
The third annual Secular Humanist Jewish Circle High Holiday "Celebration of Community and Connection" will be Sept. 22 and include traditional Jewish themes related to Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, familiar and contemporary songs, poetry and participation.
Sometimes you just stand there exhausted and say to God, "OK. How are you going to get me out of this one? Where is the secret trap door or the hidden parachute?"
One of my dear friends recently bought new state-of-the art kitchen appliances. She is a great entertainer and I couldn't wait to be invited for a home-cooked meal. Sure enough, I got an invitation for homemade boeuf bourguignon, better known to me as beef stew.
PACC Pets is a volunteer group that works to get the word out about adoptable pets being housed at the Pima Animal Care Center.
Amphi clothing drive will be held Saturday
Town water commission seeks applicants
It's a life-and-death issue. Really.
British actor David Payne takes on the persona of famed author C.S. Lewis in his one-man show titled "An Evening With C.S. Lewis." Payne has performed the show for 10 years.
C.S. Lewis is coming to town to talk about his life, loves and literature - if only in spirit.
At the cashier's desk at the Bookmans Entertainment Exchange at 3733 W. Ina Road, customers can give their two cents to the Marana Unified School District.
It takes a village to raise laughter.