Disability Awareness Day Is Saturday At Lorenzi ParkRepresentatives from more than 60 organizations serving the disabled community will be present to help attendees with employment, independent living, recreational activities, financial planning, benefits counseling and more.
UNLV Libraries Receive Two GrantsThe first grant, for $49,400, will fund the digitization of the Las Vegas Age, which ran from 1905-1947, and the region's first newspaper. The second grant, for $5,500 will be used to digitize the minutes from the City of Las Vegas Commission from 1911-1960, as well as city ordinances from 1911-1958.
Las Vegas To Recognize Vote Center AmbassadorsVote Centers replaced traditional Election Day polling locations throughout the Las Vegas jurisdiction allowing voters to cast their ballots at any center location regardless of their residential address.
Expect More Valley Traffic Delays Beginning Next WeekWork is scheduled to begin on high-pressure gas main relocations in the Rancho Drive and Washington Avenue intersection beginning the evening of Tuesday, August 1.
Multi Agency Exercise This Week On Interstate 11Police, fire and rescue units and emergency medical personnel are doing exercises that they hope will eventually save lives.
NDOT Breaks Ground On Project NEON$1 billion dollar project, expected to create 4,000 jobs.
Top Painting Lessons For Adults In Las VegasTo paint is to express a feeling about the world and in Las Vegas, there are ways to learn to paint, from serious instruction to a night of fun, food and painting.
Lyft Suing City Of Las Vegas Over Ride Sharing TaxLyft says Las Vegas has no authority to collect ride-sharing tax
Street Performance Regulation Could Come To Fremont StreetLas Vegas is continuing in its attempt to clean up Fremont Street.
Northwest Storm Drain Project BeginsMajor construction projects begin in northwest Las Vegas
Money Approved For Medical Pot StaffMoney approved to hire 5 medical marijuana administrators
Vegas Closer To Medical Marijuana Staff will assess regulatory guidelines in the next six weeks.