Apartment executives gave nearly $7,000 to help re-elect Hiremath for mayor.
Option, to ensure budget is based on local needs, has passed since 1982.
Assistant City Manager Martha Durkin took city manager duties today.
Brendan Burns left town months ago, can't serve on council, mayor says.
Thousands of Muslims gather in Tucson to celebrate Eid al-Fitr.
Candidates make political jabs at a debate in Sun City Oro Valley
Oro Valley voters will choose between two established community leaders for mayor.
Four students win Steve Engle Memorial/Oro Valley Chamber of Commerce scholarships.
Mayor race and three Council seats to be decided in primary election.
High school dropouts are costing Tucson $435 million, a new study shows.
State senator couldn't line up enough supporters to qualify for state funding.
Take your time and cast a wide net.
South Tucson’s city hall may no longer bear the name “Daniel W. Eckstrom Municipal Complex,” a name it has borne since the 1980s.
South Tucson reached a settlement over its immigration policies with the American Civil Liberties Union on Monday night.
After four years of wear on the Arizona-Sonora relationship because of SB 1070, the state’s immigration enforcement law, Mexico awarded its Ohtli Award to Mayor Jonathan Rothschild, the highest recognition it can bestow on U.S. citizens.
More and better trade with Mexico is the key to solving immigration issues, said a group of border mayors Friday during a breakfast at Tucson’s Jewish Community Center.
The original facility was built 50 years ago to welcome men home from war. Today, it houses all who find themselves homeless, and it will soon have a new location.
Tucsonans have good reason to be concerned over the possibility of Davis-Monthan Air Force Base losing its 83 A-10C “Warthogs” and the jobs they bring to this community.
City Manager Richard Miranda has proposed eliminating 92 positions and trimming $25 million from the budget as a starting point to rein in Tucson’s finances.
If perception is reality, and if a new survey from the Tucson Metro Chamber is to be believed, then Tucson and Pima County are fighting an uphill battle to shake off a hazy but entrenched notion that they’re not “business friendly.”