If you'd like to track the streetcar and you have a smartphone, you're in luck. The Tucson Streetcar Tracker, developed by Dallan Porter at the University of Arizona, is useful if you want to figure out how long it will take for the streetcar to show up at the stop where you're waiting.
The City of Tucson is holding the first of three public meetings this month to allow the community and business leaders to discuss a proposal to require all businesses in city limits to offer sick time to their employees. The Earned Sick & Safe Time Stakeholder Meeting runs tonight from 6-7:30 at the Ward 5 Council Office, 4300 S. Park Ave.
Tucson is among the top four cities where parents have the opportunity to balance their work and personal lives, according to a new study from MarketWatch.
Factors taken into consideration included affordable housing in good school districts, low unemployment rates, weather, arts and culture, entertainment, parks, childcare costs, and more.
Visit The Perfect Fit mobile fitting station by OB Sports to make sure you get fitted for the right clubs for your golf game. Fittings will be available at the Randolph Golf Complex driving range, 600 S. Alvernon Way, Tuesdays–Saturdays from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Email Josh Feld at email@example.com to schedule your club fitting.
The HSL Properties Tucson Jazz Festival begins this week, kicking off nearly two weeks of jazz at Downtown Tucson venues and surrounding areas, through Jan. 24.
This year's festival opens Thursday at the Fox Tucson Theatre with NEA Jazz Master saxophonist Jimmy Heath performing his arrangements with the Tucson Jazz Institute Ellington Band.
Other events include the free Downtown Jazz Fiesta on Martin Luther King Day, New Orleans-style jazz, piano jazz, and more.
If you teach Grades 1-5 in the City of Tucson, sign up to schedule a free classroom presentation on recycling. If you're a middle school teacher, the Talking Trash in Tucson curriculum is available online.
The goal of the instruction is to increase participation in recycling in Tucson (Do More Blue) and reduce contamination in the blue barrels.
Four current and retired firefighters from the Tucson Fire Department (TFD) hope to compete against other firefighters across the country for an opportunity to perform at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis during the Fire Department Instructor Conference in April.
Known as The Turnouts, the TFD band is encouraging people to watch its video (below) and cast a vote online.