The new game store caters to gamers and families.
Woods Memorial Library, 3455 N. First Ave., will have free healthy snacks for school age kids from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. August 27 through the rest of the school year.
The Planning Center and the Golden Goose Thrift Shop are the winners.
The new store is twice the size, has food, beer.
The property is listed for $2.2 million, but is a tough sell.
If you or somebody need training to work in the high tech industries, you can get help enrolling in preparatory skills courses or certificate training programs through Pima County One Stop Career Center.
New coffee and desserts shop has touch-screen tables for gaming, menus.
Learn how to buy a home for only $1,500 out of pocket.
The 3000 Club, 250 S. Toole Ave., has Nike football cleats in sizes 14 through 18 in a variety of styles for just $5. These are new in the box. You can pay with cash or check.
The hard-to-find or speakeasy trend has made its way to Tucson.
An urban trend — dubbed the hard-to-find or speakeasy trend — inspired by the signless speakeasies of the Prohibition era is making its way to Tucson from bigger cities like New York and Los Angeles.
You can also get ten percent off everything in the thrift store.
This month's 2nd Saturday is this coming weekend.
Interfaith Community Services and Tucson Wildlife Center are the recipients.
After attending a class, parents receive a free car seat.
Store offering 25 percent off.
Violations include failure to post prices and overcharging, state says.
Teachers can get ten percent rebate on school supplies at Walmart.
Teachers can receive a 25 percent discount at Staples.
Sale runs through Saturday at the Tucson Convention Center.
If you like independent movies, you can watch them for free with Pima County Public Library's new online streaming service.
The impact was more than $41 million last year, new report says.
Somebody hacked our FedEx account to ship fraudulent checks.
Coco's Bakery Restaurant is having a "kids eat free" special.
As you can see from this check, it can be difficult to tell the difference between a real one and a fake. I blocked out Sanchez's address and the account number at the bottom. The only red flag on this would have been who it was from. If you receive a check with strange info on it, you shoul…
Get Pop Cultured events at Barnes & Noble are free to attend.
Don't be so quick to toss that junk mail.
Don't be so quick to toss that junk mail. It could have money in it.
Uprooted trees and scattered debris kept some businesses extra busy yesterday.
We've done a price check in Tucson to help you find deals.
Activities include meeting police officers and free school supplies.
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?"