It brings new rules for drivers, bicyclists and pedestrians — and much hoopla.
Historic downtown building has storied past, future potential.
Country super trio finally makes it to the Old Pueblo.
John “Flano” Flanagan’s downtown dream died last year, well before Kerstin Block’s was dashed last week.
Moving from a “very nice” 2,400-square-foot house in the Catalina Foothills to a brand new, leased, 1,200-square-foot modern flat high above Broadway and Stone Avenue was more than downsizing for Kate McMillan and Bill Krauss. It changed their lives.
Buffalo Exchange will close its downtown store, at 250 E. Congress St., after business Friday.
Downtown restaurant morphs into bar at night.
The city wants to create a downtown entertainment district that would allow an exemption for businesses to apply for liquor licenses even if they are less than 300 feet away from a school or church.
Hours of operation for Tucson’s modern streetcar could be extended to better coincide with bars’ closing time, officials say.
The city is determined to open the downtown streetcar line to riders this summer but will need some outside help to do it.
A year after a fire demolished a downtown building, it remains vacant. Its back wall — demolished shortly after the January 2013 blaze — is still laid bare to vagrants and vandalism.
The city has set up some new rules for the homeless camp at Veinte de Agosto Park downtown.
The plan to house a permanent memorial to Jan. 8th victims and survivors at the Old Pima County Courthouse downtown was made official this morning.
The Downtown Parade of Lights is this evening.
Downtown’s monthly block party could be in jeopardy now that its main financial backer is pulling out at the end of the year.
The final curtain has fallen for the scrappy Beowulf Alley Theatre. The last show, “Savage Bond,” by Tucsonan Steve Holiday, completed its run Nov. 24.
Wildcat Drive Thru Liquors received its third fine this year for selling alcohol to minors.
After more than 400 days of construction and disruption, folks who frequent downtown Tucson will finally see the beginning of the end to streetcar track installation.
Southbound Stone Avenue will be reduced to one lane between Pennington Street and Broadway starting at 8 p.m. tonight.
A new urban garden will take root downtown this September.