New feature identifies construction projects around town.
Watch for signs of infestation along walls and even in ceilings.
The Tucson Department of Transportation and the Regional Transportation Authority will host an open house next week to review the landscape design and public art for the Silverbell Road improvements.
The $13.5 million renovation of the University of Arizona’s oldest building will be completed on time in August, project managers for the construction firm and the UA said Thursday.
Projected Arizona employment
On the heels of revisions to Arizona’s occupational fall-protection standards, a national workplace safety report is calling for higher penalties for irresponsible employers and greater support for workers.
Architectural Traditions, a longtime supplier of Southwestern-style doors and related hardware, has closed its doors at 9280 E. Old Vail Road and left customers without much hope of getting back their deposits.
Oxen are used to haul stones during construction of the Washington Monument, 1854. Lack of money and political dissension held up the work until 1876. (AP Photo)
The capstone of the Washington Monument is set by workmen, 1884. (AP Photo)
Workers set the capstone on top of the Washington Monument, Dec. 6, 1884. Engineer Gen. Thomas L. Casey, in derby hat, oversees the work. (AP Photo)
Tucson Electric Power Co. recognized seven organizations and local sustainable- homebuilding pioneer John Wesley Miller on Wednesday for their support of energy-efficiency goals.
Basis Schools is expanding its early-elementary school education program to Oro Valley.
A longtime Tucson metal-roofing contractor is marking its 20th anniversary in a new building.
See a penny, pick it up and all the day you'll have good luck. Unless that penny is lying tails up. Then it's bad luck to grab it.
We want density and infill development in the Tucson area — all the plans, visions and town halls say so.
AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROGRAM — This house donated by the Department of Housing and Urban Development will provide a home for a low-income family.
Formidable concrete walls took shape under the toiling hands of workers from communist East Germany at the seven crossing points between East and West Berlin on Dec. 4, 1961. The new walls were some seven-foot high and five-foot thick. Only small passages for traffic were left open by the co…
The building on East Sixth Street is designed to resemble a slot canyon. It will house the UA's Institute of the Environment.
Bulldozers are clearing a parking lot on East Sixth Street to prepare for the long-awaited construction of a new home for the environmental sciences at the University of Arizona - a resource-efficient building designed to resemble a slot canyon.
Enoteca Pizzeria and Wine Bar faced more competition from downtown restaurants in recent years. Owner Rick Sabbagh also blames streetcar construction for a steep dropoff in customers. The restaurant, at 58 W. Congress St., opened in 2004 but had changed hands since then.