The Pima County Board of Supervisors allowed Farmers Investment Co. to rezone its property Tuesday for residential and commercial use, but don’t expect shovels to turn dirt anytime soon.
A machine called a rake is used in the harvesting of pecans from the groves owned by Farmers Investment Co., one of the two entities that want to connect to the water source at the end of the Central Arizona Project.
An existing pipeline at a Sahuarita-area groundwater recharge project isn't nearly big enough to carry all the Colorado River water that two other parties say they want to put into two proposed connecting pipelines, Tucson officials said Tuesday.
Tucson's mayor and City Council face a decision this week with significant long-range implications to our future. Tucson has received two requests to allow connections to a pipeline it jointly owns with the Central Arizona Project south of Tucson. These connections would deliver CAP water to…
Al Clayton practices batting at one of the new fields at the Canoa Preserve Community Park. The new 53-acre park includes two softball fields, among other amenities, and will be formally opened on Tuesday.
Pima County will dedicate its first park in Green Valley on Tuesday.
Barbara Burkholder, an agricultural pioneer, accountant, world traveler and mother, grandmother and great grandmother, died Wednesday in Green Valley following a brief illness. She was 98.
A new video documentary portrays a sister company of Rosemont Copper's Canadian parent as unwilling to clean up a polluted Italian gold mine site and willing to walk away from it.
The plan to build 126 condos near the Bashas' shopping center in the Catalina area is moving forward.
A plan amendment involving 287 acres of the Farmers Investment Co. (FICO) pecan-grove property near Continental Road and the Santa Cruz River that would allow future residential and commercial developments cleared the county zoning commission.
Two proposed developments near Sahuarita were given the OK by the Pima County Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday.
The property FICO would develop runs for 12 miles along the Santa Cruz River, above. The owners are working on a plan to address wildlife habitat, water recharge and flood control issues.