Relatively obscure Arizona law requires employers to give workers time to vote.
Consumers looking for remodeling ideas might want to swing by.
The new location is in the former home of Jax Kitchen.
Krikawa specializes in custom-made jewelry, especially wedding and engagement rings.
Vintage items, up-cycled goods will be priced from $5 to $500.
Skinjectables Anti-Aging Bar opens at St. Philip's Plaza.
New coffee and desserts shop has touch-screen tables for gaming, menus.
The hard-to-find or speakeasy trend has made its way to Tucson.
Yard House opens Aug. 28.
Refrigeration failure forced the store to close today.
Like with many small businesses, sales revenues declined when the recession hit.
Partying and bicycling come together in a new business.
Recycling Household Items, RHI for short, is moving from its current location at 3949 E. 29th Street, suite 711 to a new location at 4034 E. Grant Road.
Permanent pavilion planned there; St. Philip's market to go on, too.
Recipients are chosen by a review committee.
A pottery and resale store has opened on Tucson’s south side. Talavera pottery, tilting peacocks, metal flowers and yard-sale items such as home and office furniture, sporting goods and collectibles can be found at Ronny G’s Pottery and More, at 1811 S. Park Ave.
Local merchants from four shopping districts along the new streetcar line — downtown, North Fourth Avenue, Main Gate Square and Mercado San Agustín — have joined forces to offer a summer discount program to Tucsonans sticking around during the hottest months.
Pirtek, an on-site hydraulic hose repair business, has opened its first Tucson franchise, with a 3,500-square-foot retail shop at 3455 S. Palo Verde Road.
Brauneis to run gallery
at Madaras on Skyline
Betty Blue’s Junk Shop will close its doors after business May 28.