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'Thrive in the 05'-inspired initiative coming to Tucson's 29th Street

A plan to improve an area along East 29th Street was OKed by the Tucson City Council as an offshoot of a four-year-old initiative to revitalize part of the 85705 ZIP code.... Read more»1

Tucson's 63-unit Oracle Rd housing project gets $2M in tax credits

The city of Tucson was awarded $2.1M in Low-income Housing Tax Credits to bring in private developers for a 63-unit affordable housing project on Oracle Road and Miracle Mile, the mayor announced Friday. ... Read more»

The Tucson agenda

Tucson City Council to get update on Oracle Choice progress; School districts mull incentives

The Tucson City Council will take on re-invigorating the Oracle Choice neighborhood, getting an update on the progress of what used to be a major gateway to the community.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: Rebranding Tucson tourism

Interviews with Allison Cooper, vice president of marketing at the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau, plus Councilwoman Karin Uhlich and historian Ken Scoville on the 6th Annual Historic Miracle Mile Open House, and a preview of this Saturday's "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive with Community Food Bank President/CEO Bill Carnegie and Dan Turrentine of the National Association of Letter Carriers.... Read more»

Mesa group keeps neon history alight on Main Street

Before interstate freeways and TripAdvisor.com, this city’s Main Street glistened with neon to lure weary travelers to motels. Hoping to save what’s left of a bygone era and enhance the area, the Mesa Preservation Foundation is taking steps to keep the remaining neon signs aglow.... Read more»

Historic Miracle Mile gears up for Open House tours

The 5th Annual Historic Miracle Mile Open House and Tour kicks off Friday night with a sock hop and neon-sign lighting at Pima Community College's Downtown Campus.... Read more»1