Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman says there’s a bright spot in the General Services Administration scandal.
The General Services Administration will be in the spotlight this week for an expensive Las Vegas Valley gathering, and officials hope the city won’t become a scapegoat.
Mrs. Goodman spoke for an hour and fifteen minutes, highlighting downtown, praising the entrepreneurs who have ventured to Fremont and surrounding streets, and thanking them individually, by name.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman wants those responsible for the controversial GSA conference held accountable.
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman made an early stop to a Starbucks Tuesday to discuss things with Las Vegas voters. People filtered in and out of the popular coffee shop on North Rancho and had […]
(Las Vegas, NV) – This week’s high winds caused some damage to Las Vegas’ new city hall. The “Review-Journal” says three of the building’s 230 roof-mounted solar panels crumpled in the windstorm. None of the […]
(Las Vegas, NV) – A dedication will be held tonight for the new Las Vegas City Hall. It will have its formal dedication next week. The $185-million building on South Main Street will be dedicated […]
February 27th will mark a new era in Las Vegas as the new city hall will be operational.
Las Vegas’ organized crime past will soon be on display to the public.
The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce hosted PREVIEW Las Vegas Thursday