Options - Explorer

back Side Panel

Sign Out

Sign up

Sign Up

Northwest Chatter

Trends and Sales: Northwest Real Estate News

Trends and Sales: Northwest Real Estate News

Posted:

Trending

Walk This Way: Distracted pedestrians and drivers a deadly mix

Walk This Way: Distracted pedestrians and drivers a deadly mix

Posted:

It’s common to see a person using a cell phone while walking.

This Thanksgiving, be each other’s best memory

This Thanksgiving, be each other’s best memory

Posted:

Last month, I concluded my annual State of the Town Address with this challenge: Let’s be the kind of people who strive to be each other’s BES…

20 years of Pima County success

20 years of Pima County success

Posted:

Over the past few months, the debates between candidates for public office have often been about what the county has or hasn’t done for the re…

Steering Column: U.S. driver habits revealed in survey

Steering Column: U.S. driver habits revealed in survey

Posted:

Eat, sleep and drive: That appears to be the mantra of many Americans.

Most Popular

  • Supervisors postpone vote on Monsanto Foreign Trade Zone

    Supervisors postpone vote on Monsanto Foreign Trade Zone

    A controversial project slated for the Marana area has hit a roadblock in its pursuit of a tax break.

  • Cody Clark case moved to Sept. 30 pre-trial conference

    Cody Clark case moved to Sept. 30 pre-trial conference

    The case of William Cody Clark, charged with one count of first degree murder in the death of Austin Gann, will move to the next pre-trial conference Sept. 30, as requested by the county prosecutor’s office. After a declined plea offer, the prosecutor clocked another request for plea hearing and asked the case be moved forward. 

  • El Conquistador announces western riding adventures

    El Conquistador announces western riding adventures

    Local equestrians, riding enthusiasts and nature-lovers, rejoice! The Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf and Tennis Resort has opened its stables to begin trail rides, riding lessons, desert adventures and more within the resort’s 500-acre-plus property and the surrounding area.

  • A leader between the book shelves

    A leader between the book shelves

    Bethany Wilson, a former police officer and member of The United States Air Force, has found her calling between the neat and orderly rows of the Oro Valley Public Library as the institution’s young adult librarian.

  • As Trump builds team in New York, door may open for Arizona official

    As Trump builds team in New York, door may open for Arizona official

    President-elect Donald Trump’s decision to tap Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus as his White House chief of staff could open the door for an Arizona official to move to the national stage.

  • Dorados, Tigers win preseason basketball tournaments

    Dorados, Tigers win preseason basketball tournaments

    The CDO girls basketball team and the Marana girls soccer team won preseason tournaments over the weekend. 

  • Police Beat - Nov. 30, 2016

    Police Beat - Nov. 30, 2016

    Bathroom argument leads to dispute

  • Take your grandparents to school

    Take your grandparents to school

    Marana Unified School District elementary schools honored grandparents last Wednesday afternoon. Grandparents and other special guests were invited to visit students at several area schools that afternoon. Estes Elementary School had a huge turnout, with their entire parking lot filled and overflow parking taking up many of the spaces at the MUSD administrative building across the street. “The turnout at Estes is always amazing,” said MUSD Director of Public Relations Tamara Crawley. Grandparents were invited to take classroom tours, do arts and crafts projects, participate in contests and raffles, and the school even turned on the cotton candy machine to provide a tasty treat.

  • 5 Resolutions to Keep Your Eyes Healthy in 2017

    5 Resolutions to Keep Your Eyes Healthy in 2017

    (StatePoint) The new year is the perfect opportunity for reflection, renewal and the chance to start fresh. Consider making lifestyle changes that can improve your vision and health throughout the year.  

  • Oro Valley rezones nearly 18 acres in Rancho Vistoso

    Oro Valley rezones nearly 18 acres in Rancho Vistoso

    With a unanimous vote by the Oro Valley town council, one of the last remaining commercially zoned open spaces within the Rancho Vistoso community has been rezoned to allow for medium density residential housing.

Close