Tucson area residents and businesses grapple with closures, restrictions, shortages and sundry challenges during coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic.
Among the bright spots this week: A retired firefighter with COVID-19 is released from the hospital, salons and barber shops and restaurants reopen, grads get recognition, and Tucson Dragway hosts a drive-in movie.
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With statewide coronavirus restrictions easing, the Pima County Library plans to re-open branches with limited services. But no browsing will be allowed. Books and other items have to be reserved online for pickup for the time being.
Expanding on Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s recommendations, the guidelines are intended to protect employees and customers.
- One killed in Sunday afternoon shooting
- Three from Tracy suspected of armed robbery
- Distant but not disconnected
- Two arrested in Sunday homicide on Kavanagh Avenue
- Police Log: Shots fired in road rage incident at car wash
- Clubs give out hundreds of boxes of fresh food
- Tracy Homes neighborhood in line for extensive upgrade
- Twice-Told Tales: Pinkie retires
- Tracy native joins race for council
- Two from Stockton arrested in Tracy drive-by shooting case