Tag: Green Valley


  • Celebrating Christmas at Silver Springs Senior Living Community

    Celebrating Christmas at Silver Springs Senior Living Community

    At Silver Springs senior living community, the holiday spirit reverberates through its 107 apartments during Christmas time. The festive atmosphere is amplified as residents partake in a holiday stoop decorating contest, turning doorways into delightful displays. Resident Creativity Shines Through Decorations Activity Director Stacy Riley observes that the festive decor reveals residents’ creativity, reflecting their…

  • Justice Carroll Recuses Himself From GVR Case

    Justice Carroll Recuses Himself From GVR Case

    Green Valley’s Justice of the Peace, Ray Carroll, made a significant decision on Thursday by transferring a lawsuit concerning the tenant ID card fees of Green Valley Recreation (GVR) to the Tucson Consolidated Justice Court. This move stemmed from Carroll’s inquiry with the Pima County Attorney’s Office, questioning a potential conflict of interest due to…

  • Anticipated Wet Weather in Arizona – Storms Incoming

    Anticipated Wet Weather in Arizona – Storms Incoming

    A forthcoming Pacific storm system hovering off the southern Californian coast is poised to bring substantial rainfall to Green Valley, Sahuarita and surrounding areas in Arizona, starting on Friday. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Tucson has outlined a forecast of expansive rain coverage, the likelihood of snowfall in elevated mountainous regions, potential flooding, and…

  • Tragic Car Crash: Guilty Plea, Family’s Grief

    Tragic Car Crash: Guilty Plea, Family’s Grief

    Tucson Man Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter and DUI in Fatal Car Crash Camron Ortega, a 24-year-old Tucson resident, entered a guilty plea for manslaughter in the tragic car crash that resulted in the death of 20-year-old Tomas Ayala from Sahuarita. The incident, which occurred in May on Old Nogales Highway near Quail Crossing Boulevard, involved…

  • Valley Golf Cars Scandal Unveiled: A Saga of Alleged Fraud, Lawsuits, and Ongoing Investigations

    Valley Golf Cars Scandal Unveiled: A Saga of Alleged Fraud, Lawsuits, and Ongoing Investigations

    The Pima County Sheriff’s Department found itself entangled in a convoluted case involving Valley Golf Cars’ owner, Jack “Randy” Roth. Allegations of fraudulent practices surfaced against Roth, prompting investigations into numerous complaints from investors who claimed financial loss after investing substantial amounts with Valley Golf Cars. A Plethora of Complaints and Legal Actions Since August,…

  • Green Valley Resident Wins $5,000 in Record-Breaking Charity Raffle

    Green Valley Resident Wins $5,000 in Record-Breaking Charity Raffle

    Sylvia Bencomo’s Surprise Win Sylvia Bencomo, a dedicated member of the Sheriff’s Auxiliary Volunteers Scam Squad in Green Valley, experienced an unexpected turn of events when she received a call notifying her that she had won $5,000 in a raffle. Known for her involvement in educating Green Valley residents about scams and fraud, Bencomo initially…

  • Controversy Unfolds: GVR’s Tenant ID Card Fees

    Controversy Unfolds: GVR’s Tenant ID Card Fees

    Landlord Jerry Miel is contesting the legitimacy of tenant ID card fees imposed by Green Valley Recreation (GVR), a dispute that is currently unfolding in Green Valley Justice Court. Miel challenges these fees, arguing that GVR’s governing documents do not justify them. On the other hand, GVR insists on its legal right, citing the Arizona…

  • 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…

  • Fostering Kindness: Small Acts, Big Community Impact

    Fostering Kindness: Small Acts, Big Community Impact

    The Power of Small Acts: Enhancing Wellbeing and Building Kind Communities Small acts of kindness, such as a smile, a wave, or holding the door for someone, might appear insignificant at first glance. However, studies indicate that incorporating three daily “micro-connections” can yield significant benefits for emotional resilience, immune system enhancement, and the reduction of…