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Tucson Parks & Rec day camp for students during TUSD teacher development day next Thurs.

The city of Tucson will provide help for parents who need child care, offering a day-long camp while TUSD staff take a development day next week. ... Read more»

Pima County, Tucson pools opening for summertime swimming

All Pima County swimming pools will open on Saturday, and remain available until local school districts resume for the fall semester, with some open through Labor Day.... Read more»

Tucson park fields to close for seasonal repairs

A number of athletic fields at Tucson parks will be temporarily closed this fall and winter for aerating, fertilizing and re-seeding, and to allow for turf growth. From September through February, a total of 23 fields will be closed in six parks. ... Read more»

Hit the bunny trail for Easter weekend fun

The Easter bunny has been busy this year, as there will be a egg hunts all over Tucson this Saturday.... Read more»

Annual El Rio health fair coming Saturday

West Side residents can get a free checkup Saturday, including screenings for osteoporosis, cholesterol, breathing, diabetes, high blood pressure, a hearing test, eye exam and other tests.... Read more»

Murrieta Park focus of public discussion Monday

A final public meeting will focus on the future of Joaquin Murrieta Park on Monday evening.... Read more»

Tee off on El Rio fate at Weds. meeting

What to do with the first grass golf course in Arizona will be the topic of a public meeting Wednesday night. A "Complete the Dreams" meeting will give residents a chance to comment on the future of El Rio Golf Course and neighboring Joaquin Murrieta Park.... Read more»

Buckmaster Show

Buckmaster: TUSD weighs school closure list

Tucson City Parks Director Fred Gray on the future of city-owned golf courses; Hitch Paprocki of Toastmasters talks about overcoming the fear of public speaking, plus TUSD Board Member Mark Stegeman and state Rep. Ethan Orr.... Read more»

TUSD to offer programs over fall break

Want to keep your kids busy over TUSD's Oct. 1-5 fall break? The district, along with city Parks and Recreation and the Pima County Public Library, will have educational activities available, even though no classes are scheduled.... Read more»

J.C. Scott: Primary countdown; supervisor candidates Carroll & Miller

Interviews with Pima County Supervisor Ray Carroll, who's running for reelection, plus KVOI's Doug Martin and Ally Miller, a Republican candidate for supervisor in District 1.... Read more»

John C. Scott Show

J.C. Scott: Marana weighs options after wastewater takeover flushed

Marana weighs its options following an appelate court ruling that invalidates the town's takeover of a wastewater facility, Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik discusses feedback from Wednesday's RTA meeting about Broadway work, and this week's 'Tucson Weekly on Radio.'... Read more»

OV aims to fill vacant board, commission seats

Oro Valley is accepting applications from its residents for open seats on the town's boards and commissions.... Read more»