With 4/20 arriving earlier this month, Tucson dispensaries changed how they conducted business with the public while medical marijuana patients stockpile flower, edibles and other products during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Times are tough, money is tight, and local restaurants could use help more now than ever—especially when it comes to advertising themselves to the public on a dime. Although there are orders from the governor limiting service to takeout and delivery, there are still plenty of restaurants ope…

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Times are tough, money is tight, and local restaurants could use help more now than ever—especially when it comes to advertising themselves to the public on a dime. Although there are orders from the governor limiting service to takeout and delivery, there are still plenty of restaurants ope…

Local businesses in Southern Arizona are pitching in and switching production to help the healthcare industry as well as the public amid shortages of food, medical supplies and lodging during the coronavirus pandemic. 

For the sixth year in a row, Cox Communications is honoring two Southern Arizona Latina entrepreneurs, this year  Michelle Cruz and Claudia Zanes, whose talent and leadership are examples of the growing women-owned business community in the state. 

According to Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Vice President of Marketing Monica Villalobos, small businesses not only drive our economy forward, they’re our future.