Produce on Wheels - Without Waste, or POW-WOW, which is replacing Market on the Move, where you can get up to 60 pounds of produce for $10, starts tomorrow.
Tucson Medical Center is hosting a Gluten-Free Awareness Expo, Sunday.
Relatively obscure Arizona law requires employers to give workers time to vote.
Halloween in Tucson wouldn't be the same without the live stunt shows at Trail Dust Town, 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road.
If your kids need a little extra help with their homework, they can get it for free through Pima County Public Library.
Admission is free and hot dogs and nachos are only $1 each.
It will feature variety of mediums from artists of all walks of life.
The event starts at 10 a.m. with creative writing workshops and ends with free snacks and music.
Arizona Party Bike, a 14-person pedal-powered vehicle, that operates downtown, will be offering family friendly tours at the Cyclovia Tucson event at a discounted rate, to raise money for the Living Streets Alliance.
Tucson hotels are making progress but recovering slower than the industry nationwide.
The Pima County Housing Center, 801 W. Congress Street, is hosting a free budgeting workshop to help plan holiday spending and other expenses so you don't exceed what you can afford.
Adopted pets will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated.
They're being paid for by Jim Click Automotive for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona will be handing out discount cards for $5 off admission to Old Tucson's Nightfall.
Walk-ins are welcome, but appointments are recommended. Call 1-888-233-6121 to make an appointment.
The $20 table fee goes toward scholarships to help students cover GED testing.
Ready, Set, Own connects potential buyers with mentors to help with the process.
If you're riding your bike after dark without a light, you're breaking the law.
The fifth annual ‘Arizona’s Greenest Workplace’ challenge, hosted by internet radio show Mrs. Green’s World, is open for nominations from businesses and organizations based in Arizona.
The new location is in the former home of Jax Kitchen.
Krikawa specializes in custom-made jewelry, especially wedding and engagement rings.
Looking for cheap Halloween activities?
The sale will benefit the All Souls Procession.
According to a new report released by the National Retail Federation, retail sales in November and December are expected to increase 4.1 percent to $616.9 billion, which is higher than last year’s actual 3.1 increase during the same time frame.
Interactive presentations and giveaways are included in this free event.
Inflatables, games and a white elephant rummage sale are part of the 36th annual event.
Where to find local deals and one-stop-shopping on the holiday's basics.
Vintage items, up-cycled goods will be priced from $5 to $500.
Doing fun stuff doesn't have to break the bank.
Also, it's the first Panera in the Tucson area with a drive-thru.
Researcher nails down $3.1 million grant.
Children's Museum Tucson, 200 S. Sixth Ave., is hosting its fourth annual Love of Literacy event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday.
It may officially be autumn, but it still feels like summer.
Both museums offer a monthly free admission day.
Skinjectables Anti-Aging Bar opens at St. Philip's Plaza.
Get more than 50 percent off admission.
Now's the time to take advantage of layaway plans.
Applications can be filled out online or at store hiring kiosks.
Local First Arizona and LocalWork.com have created an online job board highlighting open employment opportunities at locally owned businesses in Arizona.
The Tucson Attractions Passport costs $18 and is full of savings.
Families can still get 60 pounds of produce for $10.
Millionaire will choose one to buy.
The only thing better than coffee in the morning is free coffee.
Try tumbling, poi and juggling, aerial arts and more.
A series of 15 minute seminars will prepare job seekers for October job fair.
Parker Duffin models a Wilbur Wildcat costume. Angela Pittenger Arizona Daily Star
Go to The Mini Time Machine Museum of Miniatures for free this month.
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