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A 5 percent increase in commercial fees is proposed. Residential fees won't change.

  • Kelly Presnell / Arizona Daily Star 2005

Albertsons is the region's 17th largest employer, with an estimated 2,301 employees. (Albertsons bought Safeway for $9.2 billion in July 2014.)

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  • Arizona Daily Star

Wes Little started out in the family grocery store and founded Quik Trip in 1965.

  • RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

The Food Bank's consignment table at the Santa Cruz River Farmers Market contains fresh food grown by local gardeners throughout the city. Peo…

  • RON MEDVESCEK / ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Customer Lee Fitzhugh searches the produce at the Santa Cruz River Farmers Market. The farmers markets, put on by the Food Bank, take SNAP ben…

  • Angela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star

Junk food can make mealtime easy. And I admit it's often tasty.

  • By Dale Quinn Arizona Daily Star

A deal struck Thursday night between grocery workers, Fry's Food Stores and Safeway averted a strike set to start this evening.

Property assessments are akin to thievery

  • By Elizabeth Cherneff McClatchy-Tribune

Online shopping site of the week: Blue Canoe (www.blue canoe.com)

The family of a 54-year-old man killed last year in a head-on, alcohol-related collision has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the driver…

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Tucson Time Capsule is a daily feature, a photographic record of Tucson as it was. If you have a memory of an event, please go to go.azstarnet…

  • jim davis / Arizona Daily Star 1979

 

Costco Wholesale Corp. said Wednesday that it will start accepting food stamps at its warehouse clubs nationwide after testing them at stores …

  • Damian Dovarganes / The Associated Press

 

  • Opinion by Garrison Keillor Tribune Media Services

The former Marine officer Matthew Hoh, who resigned his Foreign Service post in Afghanistan because he feels the war is pointless and not wort…

  • By Donna Pierce Chicago Tribune

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