- City of Tucson's Resiliency Loan Program Accepting Applications for Women, Minority, Disabled and Veteran Business Owners Until May 26
- On the Menu: Forbes Meat Company
- New regulations require reporting of COVID-19 cases in nursing homes
- C-Path appoints two to Board of Directors
- Sandy Wahl joins Homewatch CareGivers
- Pima Community College VP selected for Aspen fellowship
- Restaurateurs unhappy with county’s emergency health regulations
- Housing markets may already be recovering from shutdowns
- Old Tucson Reopens (With Safety Precautions) for Memorial Day Weekend
- Board of Supervisors Revises Emergency Restaurant Regs
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Local business owners still attempting to secure financial funding during the pandemic have less than a week left to apply for the City of Tucson's $1,000,000 dollar small business resiliency loan program.
PHOENIX – About half of low-income Latino households and just as many Latino-owned businesses said they have not received any support from the massive COVID-19 relief bills, according to a nationwide poll released Wednesday.
A new business initiative created by Local First Arizona aims to help regional businesses of all sizes find ways to adopt more environmentally responsible practices and become resilient in a post-COVID-19 world.Today, Local First Arizona announced the Southern Arizona Green Business Alliance…
Old Tucson will welcome guests this Memorial Day weekend with new safety precautions in place. They will be open from 4 to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 22 through Monday, May 25.
Downtown Tucson Partnership’s Clean and Safe Team are COVID-19-free after undergoing tests provided by El Rio Health, the organization announced Tuesday.