Fifty-one minutes is all the time Katie Kropas had to prepare for what most expectant mothers spend nine months planning for: motherhood.
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Salvatore Coco and Victor Leoncavallo light up their Henderson neighborhood with about 25,000 lights.
The city of Henderson’s Commemorative Beautification Commission announced the winners for its 2014 Outdoor Holiday Decorating Contest Dec. 12.
In a time where video rental kiosks and online movie streaming are popular, Henderson native Trevor Layne and his wife Katie still keep it old school by running a brick-and-mortar video store.
After undergoing a $23.5 million remodel, Landsman Gardens, 750 N. Major Ave., is set to complete construction by Jan. 21. A grand reopening ceremony is planned for 11 a.m. Jan. 8.
Only a few days left to find that special gift unique to Las Vegas. What now?
If you are planning on having a holiday wedding, Las Vegas venues are more than ready for any request you may have to make your day special. They also tend to have more specials for guests, from room rates to spa dates, during the holiday season.
The Water Street District is set to transform into a fairy tale wonderland for its annual WinterFest.
If a genuine, small-town Christmas may seem like wishful thinking, just look to the south toward Boulder City where it’s as real as it gets.
Las Vegas is known as the “City of Lights” for its flashy Strip corridor. But come December, residents and visitors can see the best displays of lights off-Strip.
There’s a little something for everyone at area malls this holiday season, including items that can’t be plucked from stacked store shelves or overstuffed clothing racks.
For some, once the turkey and stuffing are finished, a Christmas tree quickly becomes the next holiday focus. Maybe you’re a fan of consistency and like faux trees. Or perhaps you wander tree lots for the perfect real one. There are trees for every style and situation, and all require some level of maintenance and set up.
For some valley families, decorating their home for the holidays is a highly anticipated tradition. In addition to lighted displays outdoors, some have treasured ornaments hanging on trees inside as well. And usually there is a story behind each display.
Life hasn’t been easy as a single mom, but Yohana Martinez, 31, remains grateful for her children and the chance to provide them a stable life.
Beth Krerowicz and her daughter Samantha opened Bakeshop, 2550 Anthem Village Drive, Suite 190, in August, offering customers a home away from home.
By engaging the children with hands-on activities, instructor Bonnie Kulwin teaches students about health and kitchen safety while they how learn to cook and bake through classes offered by the city of Henderson.
The undead are expected to join monsters, ghosts and trick-or-treaters at several Henderson-area venues for family-friendly Halloween events.
A record 20 percent of adult Americans, or 42 million people, have never married, marking a U.S. demographic and social shift, according to an analysis released on Wednesday.
Henderson 9-year-old triplets Dominic, Phoenix and Lyric Evans, known as Dom the Bom’s Triple Threat, performed this season on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” for a chance to win $1 million. Although the triplets were eliminated during the quarterfinals, the Ohio transplants soon realized that “when one door shuts, another opens.” “We weren’t even out of New York City yet, and I was getting emails from companies who wanted to support us,” Krissi said. “We were on the ‘Today’ show. Upper Deck has contacted us. The New York Knicks want us to perform at their halftime.
As kids adjust to new classmates, new teachers and new ways to spend their time, some parents are adjusting to something they haven’t known for a long time: a few hours of child-free downtime.
Valley residents are set to receive a taste of the island life while living in the desert.
Sporting a sparkling crown, Henderson resident Matilda “Mattie” Kunz is treated as royalty as she celebrates her 100th birthday Aug. 4 at Prestige Assisted Living, 1050 E. Lake Mead Parkway.
A child born in 2013 will cost a middle-income American family an average of $245,340 until he or she reaches the age of 18, according to a report out Monday.
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