Re-development board approves deal with Allan Norville for $100 million downtown project.
Frequent city critic Alberto Moore leaves his seat.
Astronomers and sky watchers say more light downtown would affect their work.
District strikes deal with state to ensure merchants fill out forms properly.
Jan. 3 show will be the first concert in the newly renovated Tucson Arena.
Taxing district conditionally approves $75,000, is checking with its lawyers.
Rio Nuevo tries to attract more shows, customers to aging Convention Center.
Board agrees to open talks with downtown landowner.
Norville's victory was greatly helped by board member Alberto Moore's vote.
Two developers have plans; board wants more time.
Tucson-based Sinfonía Healthcare Corp. has announced its first home-health expansion outside the State of Arizona with a new social- and medical-services firm in Virginia.
Board to weigh $100 million proposals for downtown property.
For years Rio Nuevo has been shortchanged on revenues because not every business that is supposed to be paying into the district has been.
Rio Nuevo's volatile sales tax collections and its inability to track businesses that aren’t paying into the district as the primary reasons for a drop in its credit rating.
Tucson’s Greyhound Bus Depot might have to find a new home in the near future.
Rio Nuevo has pushed a downtown hotel project closer to reality.
The Tucson area’s main economic-development agency has adopted a new strategic “blueprint” with a goal of creating nearly 40,000 new jobs in the next five years.
The pigs have flown — Arizona lawmakers, without a nay vote among them, passed legislation that frees the Rio Nuevo board to spend money on downtown projects without yoking them to building a hotel.
Rio Nuevo has gotten the green light from the state to start spending money on downtown redevelopment without building a hotel first.
Once considered among the best-organized public forums in the country, the Sunday Evening Forum has been resurrected.