State law requires Council members to live in the town they govern.
Incumbents in the mayoral and Town Council races are way ahead.
Apartment executives gave nearly $7,000 to help re-elect Hiremath for mayor.
Brendan Burns left town months ago, can't serve on council, mayor says.
Candidates make political jabs at a debate in Sun City Oro Valley
Oro Valley voters will choose between two established community leaders for mayor.
Mayor race and three Council seats to be decided in primary election.
The Oro Valley Police Department and its budgetary practices are at the center of feuding factions.
Familiar faces will be on Oro Valley’s primary Town Council election ballot in August. All four incumbents whose seats are up for election are aiming for another four-year term.
A mayor-backed effort to recall Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin has failed because petitioners were not able to collect enough signatures to spark an election.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath resigned from an organization of mayors who oppose illegal firearms under pressure from a gun-ownership-rights group that called for him to make the move.
Oro Valley Mayor Satish Hiremath says Oro Valley wants to sustain its rapid growth, but make sure it does so with care and precision.
Oro Valley Town Council member Mike Zinkin is the target of a recall effort.
Oro Valley’s annual State of the Town address is also a luncheon. But that doesn’t mean its guest of honor, Mayor Satish Hiremath, gets to sit down and eat.
Re-election earned Rep. Raúl Grijalva privileges like long plane rides and endless debates but apparently also won him super powers to control the stock market.
Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild is one of a group of mayors from around the state who have formed a partnership to research education issues, share ideas and develop programs to help Arizona students.
Trouvaille Salon & Spa, in the Trader Joe's shopping center at Oracle and Magee roads, uses an A-frame sign to show potential customers its rates and services. An interim measure that allows the use of temporary displays and outdoor signs expires on Feb. 1.
The Oro Valley Town Council has decided not to start charging fees to people who violate its sign code.
At its regular meeting Sept. 5, the Oro Valley Town Council decided not to start charging fees to people who violate its sign code.