Category: Development


  • Green Valley Hospital Seems Like It Won’t Ever Reopen

    Green Valley Hospital Seems Like It Won’t Ever Reopen

    A year ago, plans were set in motion to revive the Green Valley hospital, encompassing a meticulous strategy involving inspections, licensing, and staff recruitment. However, a recent turn of events has thrown a curveball into these efforts. Broadstone’s Unexpected Announcement Broadstone, the real estate investment trust based in New York and the owner of the…

  • Madera Canyon’s New Restroom, Improving Visitor Comfort

    Madera Canyon’s New Restroom, Improving Visitor Comfort

    Enhancing Visitor Comfort at Coronado National Forest’s Madera Canyon Introduction Visitors frequent Coronado National Forest’s Madera Canyon, seeking solace and a deep connection with nature. Comfort, often sought after during these experiences, has led to the introduction of new amenities aimed at elevating visitor experiences within the canyon. The Addition of Essential Amenities Recently, an…

  • Old Nogales & Quail Creek Intersection: Collisions Surging

    Old Nogales & Quail Creek Intersection: Collisions Surging

    Rising Collision Rates at Old Nogales Highway and Quail Crossing Boulevard After Extension The intersection of Old Nogales Highway and Quail Crossing Boulevard has experienced a significant surge in accidents, soaring by a staggering 325% since the Quail Crossing Boulevard extension debuted in December 2022. Data collected under Arizona’s public records law indicates that from…

  • Innovative Trucks: Caterpillar’s Showcase in Green Valley

    Innovative Trucks: Caterpillar’s Showcase in Green Valley

    Caterpillar is a big company that makes trucks and machines for building and digging. They have a special place in Green Valley called Tinaja Hills where they show off their newest stuff and teach people how to use it. The Tinaja Hills Learning and Demonstration Center is on 6,500 acres of land. It’s one of…

  • Opposition Grows Over Vulcan Asphalt Plant In Sahuarita

    Opposition Grows Over Vulcan Asphalt Plant In Sahuarita

    The Sahuarita Town Council recently heard from 17 opponents of a hot-mix asphalt plant proposed near Quail Creek. The speakers once again called on the council to reject the project, citing concerns regarding public safety, health, convenience, comfort, prosperity, and general welfare. The arguments presented during the public call were largely based on a letter…

  • More Tickets, More City Money – Lower Speed Limits In Sahuarita

    More Tickets, More City Money – Lower Speed Limits In Sahuarita

    The recent reduction in the speed limit along Nogales Highway from approximately Interstate 19 through the Walmart business district, from 45 mph to 40 mph, has raised questions within the community. Despite the Sahuarita Town Council’s justification for this change being a measure to decrease accidents and their severity in the increasingly congested area, there…

  • Another Setback For The Employed, 45MPH Down To 40MPH, Nogales Hwy

    Another Setback For The Employed, 45MPH Down To 40MPH, Nogales Hwy

    Navigating Speed Limit Changes: Unraveling the Tale of Sahuarita/Green Valley In the picturesque region of Sahuarita/Green Valley, a growing sense of exasperation has taken root among its residents due to the recurring phenomenon of lowering speed limits. Local lawmakers, in their pursuit of enhancing road safety, have instituted a series of speed limit reductions across…

  • Sahuarita Vulcan Asphalt Plant Put On Hold

    Sahuarita Vulcan Asphalt Plant Put On Hold

    Vulcan Commission Hearing Canceled: Sahuarita Residents Reflect on the Outcome The town of Sahuarita finds itself in a state of contemplation as the recent Vulcan Commission Hearing, which was slated to discuss the potential opening of an asphalt plant, has been canceled. As a neutral observer, let’s explore the sentiments within the community. For Sahuarita…

  • Sahuarita Park Is Getting An Upgrade: Splash Pads

    Sahuarita Park Is Getting An Upgrade: Splash Pads

    Do you like to play at the park? If you do, you might be happy to hear that Sahuarita Park is getting better. The park is getting some new features that will make it more fun and beautiful. One of the new features is a splash pad. A splash pad is a place where water…