You can still get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation at Market on the Move, but there's only one location.
Refrigeration failure forced the store to close today.
There will also be a full week of daily giveaways.
Crayons illustrate the arts programs in the Daily Star Fall Programs listings. Photo illustration by Angela Pittenger/Arizona Daily Star.
If any of you are doing your back-to-school shopping this week, and would like to have your picture in the paper, I'd love to hear from you.
Like with many small businesses, sales revenues declined when the recession hit.
The fourth annual comics and gaming convention, also known as, MegaMania!! is Saturday.
Knowing what's legal means you'll get the most bang for your buck.
If you're looking for something cool to do with the kids, Children's Museum Tucson is offering $2 admission from 2 to 5 p.m. this afternoon. And, if that isn't cool enough, the first 200 people will receive free Eegee's.
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.
The museum will be open from 5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow, July 26 and August 23.
Recipients are chosen by a review committee.
Some of Tucson's best couponers share how they do it.
Browse through thousands of DVDs at non-profit book sale.
If you've got a great idea for a business, but need a little help getting started, Pima County Public Library is hosting free drop-in sessions called "Want to Start Your Own Business?"
Movies in the Park is happening this Friday at Reid Park's Demeester Performing Arts Pavilion, 900 S. Randolph Way.
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.
Do you know teens and young adults looking for something to do tomorrow?
Did you notice the new section on the azstarnet.com home page?
Local merchants from four districts along the streetcar line — Downtown, Fourth Ave., Main Gate and Mercado San Agustin — have come together to offer a discount program for those of us here during the summer.
Handmade plates, soaps, books, jewelry, kids’ items and artwork hang from the walls and adorn tables made of old doors and fence posts in a new gift shop that prides itself on its “made in the U.S.A.” inventory.
If you're planning on going to the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus, get your tickets on livingsocial.com for 43 to 50 percent off.
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.
Azayliah Perez started her first year of public school as a timid girl in her own cocoon. She ends it a social butterfly.
Table Talk at Home has reopened under its new owners, months after its previous owners sold the trade name to their longtime employees Adam Hatfield and Morgan Trevers and to long-term customer Bill Raywinkle.
Market on the Move is tomorrow, which means you can get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation.
Dollar General has a new Tucson store at 9950 S. Nogales Highway, and will celebrate its grand opening at 8 a.m., Saturday.
Summer’s here. It’s hot, and all I want to eat is fruit and cold veggies.
Every year during the month of June, eegee's offers its coupon booklet, valued at up to $48, to customers who donate $7 to benefit a local not-for-profit organization. Each coupon book has one fifty-percent-off coupon for each month of the year.
Get up to 60 pounds of produce for a $10 donation at Market on the Move.
Do you get $100 worth of groceries for $20? Are you an expert thrifter? Have you figured out how to save on your energy bills? Do you do everything yourself to save money?
After her husband decided to semi-retire, Jennifer Duffield, a fourth-generation Tucsonan, has taken over daily operations of Dent Busters, a family owned auto-body repair shop the couple opened together 24 years ago.
As summer heats up, we're all looking for ways to keep cool and keep the kids entertained.
Children's Museum Tucson, 200 S. Sixth Ave., is offering $2 admission every Sunday starting tomorrow through August 31, as part of its S.T.E.A.M. Sundays programming, which incorporates science, technology, engineering and mathematics into weekly activities.
More than 400 makers of personal care products gathered this week at Loews Ventana Canyon Resort for the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild’s 17th annual conference.
The Humane Society of Southern Arizona is waiving adoption fees on all adult pets as part of its four day Memorial bash, May 23 through May 26.
Ellen Kirton, director of MAC Small Business Development Center in Tucson, received the 2014 Arizona Small Business Development Center of Excellence award this month from the U.S. Small Business Association.
Barre3, a global fitness studio that combines yoga, Pilates and ballet barre workouts, will open its first Arizona location at La Encantada, 2905 E. Skyline Drive, on Monday.
If you need fruits and veggies, tomorrow you can get up to 60 pounds of them for $10 at Market on the Move.
Buffalo Exchange will close its downtown store, at 250 E. Congress St., after business Friday.
Buffalo Exchange will close its downtown store, at 250 E. Congress Street, after business Friday.
If your pet needs distemper, parvo or rabies vaccinations, you can get them for free from 9 a.m. to noon May 21 at Pima Animal Care Center.
By gaining access to consumers’ personal computers, a company called Cyber Securities tries to take personal information to gain access to bank accounts and other sensitive information, the Better Business Bureau Serving Southern Arizona warns.
Tucson-based Gadabout SalonSpas is a multimillion-dollar, mom-daughter enterprise.
“The power of a mother and daughter working together is unbeatable,” reads a note given to Tucson mom-and-daughter duo Karen and Sofia Melnychuck.
Kari Cadenhead learned to sew and make things with her hands to have gifts to give as a child. She learned from her mother, a single mom, who made Halloween costumes and clothing for Kari and her sister.
A recent survey by vouchercloud.net found that the average member of a bridal party spent more than $730 to be a part of the wedding in the last twelve months.