The blessings are a long-loved tradition at the Carondelet Health Network. A priest or chaplain does a blessing of the Nativity statues and the service continues with prayer and caroling. It ends with cookies and cocoa for hospital staff to enjoy the warmth of collegiality before returning to work.
Parents, students, teachers, and community members had been urging the school district to keep the school open since the board first considered closure of the school, built in 1974 on Oldfather Road, back in March 2018.
Sun Link is letting the public ride for free all day on Saturday, Dec. 15, to celebrate the 24th annual Parade of Lights & Festival. Free rides are provided by Downtown Tucson Partnership and Pima Community College.
Wood smoke contains tiny particles and toxic pollutants including benzene, formaldehyde and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Pollutants in wood smoke can cause the eyes, nose and throat to burn with irritation, and even cause headaches, nausea and acute bronchitis.
“Covering the Holidays: The December Cover Collection from Arizona Highways: 1938-2017” is available at all Arizona Costco locations; Barnes and Noble stores in Phoenix, Tucson, Yuma and Flagstaff; and Changing Hands Bookstore locations in Phoenix and Tempe.
Park rangers will lead 90-minute auto tours beginning at 5 pm and continuing every 30 minutes after that, with the last tour at 8 p.m. Visitors will drive their own cars on the tour, which includes a short walk on a fully accessible trail.
This is a chance to provide gifts and holiday cheer to seniors, who may be isolated from friends or family this season. According to AARP, 28 percent of people 65 or older live alone and holidays can be especially hard for them.
Now, it appears the city will approve a five year extension of its agreement with Game and Fish to stock its three lakes with thousands of fish per month, including trout in the cooler months and catfish in the warmer months.
Classic car enthusiasts will notice quite a few more Ford Model A's driving around this week than you might typically see in and around Tucson due to the National Ford Model A Convention happening at the Tucson Hilton East.
10 years ago the lines outside of stores like Target, Walmart, and Best Buy would’ve been long and made up of people excitedly awaiting Black Friday deals. Now, in 2018 and with the cyber age in full swing, Tucsonans say they think that Black Friday has changed. In fact many of them say when it come
The new Preschool Pathfinders club is making a difference in the lives of the preschool students at Ranch Elementary. Preschool Pathfinders, is a leadership club opportunity for 5th and 6th grade students.
“Jasmine needs a family that is willing to spend time to really get to know her,” said Jodi.This little girl loves to see the positive in every situation and really wants a family to just spend quality time with.