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Organizer Justin Williams took to a tabletop to address a crowd at the CoLab Workspace launch party on Tuesday.

A nonprofit coworking space in Downtown has reorganized, a move the group's managers will help the organization remain focused on its mission of incubating local entrepreneurs. The Pennington Street offices of Gangplank are now known as CoLab Workspace. Tuesday evening, about 120 people attended CoLab's launch party. Read more»

Competition organizers said, 'We’ll provide the space, the data, the coffee and the food. You provide the awesome!'

This weekend, the first-ever "Code for Tucson" civic coding competition will be held to "develop apps that can increase government transparency and help the city better serve its constituents," organizers said. Read more»

A board at Gangplank's opening Wednesday encouraged users to commit to leading change.

Downtown is creating a home for the creative class. Co-working spaces such as Gangplank, Connect, Xerocraft and Maker House are popping up across the city center, laying the groundwork for a high-tech hub in the heart of the city, helping to retain those educated young people that were so eager to flee Tucson a few years ago. Read more»

Volunteer Elliot Ledly greets guests at the Gangplank grand re-opening in Downtown's historic Pioneer Building.

Co-working space Gangplank celebrated their grand re-opening in a newly decked-out suite in the historic Pioneer Building downtown Wednesday night. The nonprofit's goal is to offer a welcoming and supportive space for community members to connect, generate ideas, and take successful steps towards their personal business goals. Read more»

The view from the space above the Rialto Theatre that will soon house Connect.

Two new restaurants open Downtown with more on the way, plus 2nd Saturdays and many other events this weekend. Plus, Downtown’s population is also poised to increase with new housing projects. Read more»

Selena Larson is PR coordinator for the Downtown Chandler Partnership, an anchor firm operating out of Gangplank in Chandler.

In Chandler, Tucson, and Avondale, incubator Gangplank offers individuals and small businesses free workspace, Internet, meeting rooms and other resources. Read more»

Gangplank, a nonprofit center that offers free workspace for computer programmers, web designers and other tech professionals, is opening the doors of its Tucson co-working center Friday. Read more»

A statewide rail plan that would start by linking Tucson and Phoenix is a step toward giving Arizona residents a transportation option that would relieve traffic congestion and improve air quality, an interest group contends. Read more» 1