Spring break is right around the corner for the Clark County School District. Instead of struggling to find a babysitter this weekend, we have six suggetions of how to kick-start the kids’ week off.
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Riffle through the stack of aging newspaper clippings and a thought occurs.
The Empty Bowl Benefit, scheduled for April 5, draws talent from Green Valley High School, the Nevada Clay Guild, Aardvark Clay, the Fiber Guild and various artists.
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada’s inaugural Lions & Wine Oh My! fundraiser featured 50 lions interacting in front of 400 guests March 13 at the Lion Habitat Ranch, 382 Bruner Ave.
Downtown Las Vegas has seen some fiery events before, but Friday’s “Life Cube” event may have taken things to a new incendiary level.
When a teenager finds herself pregnant with no place to go, Living Grace Home opens its arms to offer support and resources.
The four-day 48th annual Sons and Daughters of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival is scheduled to return March 13-16 at the Henderson Events Plaza with entertainment, a parade, a carnival, food and craft vendors and Irish-themed shenanigans.
During Restaurant Week, which runs from Friday through March 14, Las Vegas residents and visitors can take advantage of special discounted menus at local dining spots and benefit Three Square food bank, which will receive a set amount for every menu sold.
People waiting in the line at Henderson food banks might be coming for the promise of meeting their family’s needs. But sometimes, it’s more than that. “It’s not just giving people food, it’s about giving hope,” said Ed Bruning, pastor at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 59 Lynn Lane. “Sometimes people just need hope to help them get through life.”
Whether it’s a problem with a neighbor’s tree hanging into the yard or a dog constantly barking next door, the city of Henderson is offering a mediation service to help residents resolve problems.