The Marana Town Council is moving forward with a $5 million plan to develop the 163-acre Marana River Heritage Park with a rodeo arena, splash park and more.
Marana Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Ed Stolmaker said Marana’s economy is booming, and he expects that growth to continue this year.
Jan Lawson Honea, wife of Marana Mayor Ed Honea, died Sunday
after a battle with cancer, town officials said in a news release
Technology has helped make the U.S.-Mexico border more secure,
but people have gotten more violent in recent years, Border Patrol
Agent in Charge of the Tucson station Roger San Martin told the
Marana Chamber of Commerce at its monthly luncheon June 16.
It might sound like an April Fool's Day joke, but it isn't.
Tucson Turf's Jimmie Noriega and Marana Rotary Club president Tonja Greenfield chat before the Marana Chamber of Commerce's Community and Business Builder of the Year Awards at Tower Theatres. The event was last Thursday. The Rotary Club received an award for several projects.
Three Marana businesses and one nonprofit took home Community
and Business Builder awards from the Marana Chamber of Commerce
About two dozen people gathered last week in north Marana to
hear candidates for Marana's mayor and Town Council share their
experiences and their visions for the town.
candidate for Town Council
The Marana Chamber of Commerce Adopt-a-School program is no
more, but no worries.
Comcast's Tucson Vice President Joe Atamian signed a $3,560 check for the DeGrazia Elementary School PTO on Comcast Cares Day in April. DeGrazia's Principal Pam Beine, left, tells the students about the project during an assembly. Also pictured are Comcast's Corporate Affairs Manager Kelle M…
The Marana Unified School District has seen an uptick in the
last few years of businesses wanting to help schools, officials
Marana planned to use about $1.5 million of its reserve fund
during the fiscal year that ended June 30, but instead the town
added $263,113 to it, town Finance Director Erik Montague told the
Marana Town Council at its Aug. 10 study session.
Marana hopes to attract more high-wage, career-oriented jobs
thanks to a Job Creation Incentive Program the Town Council
approved at its May 4 meeting.
At West Press, Marvin Cortez, front, checks on product quality as Kristy Scharf, company president, explains the printing process to DeGrazia Elementary Principal Steve Poling.