Animal lovers gathered on March 22, 2015, at Centennial Hills Park, 7101 N. Buffalo Drive, for the 19th Annual Wag-A-Tail Walk-A-Thon. The canine- and family-friendly event benefited the Las Vegas Valley Humane Society. More than 400 people took part in the day’s activities. The Las Vegas Valley Humane Society helps rescue or spay more than 3,000 dogs and cats each year and provides advocacy for animal welfare issues. The group is based at 3395 S. Jones Blvd., Suite 454. For more information, visit lvvhumane.org or call 702-434-2009.
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Taylor Hammond may be only 8, but he is a fighter. His battle is against a rare and particularly vicious form of childhood leukemia.
Carnegie Hall is one of the most famous venues in the U.S., and Las Vegas resident Aaron Lockhart got to play there recently as a member of the 2015 High School Honors Orchestra. The West Career and Technical Academy sophomore performed as part of the High School Honors Performance Series, presented by WorldStrides.
Restaurants across the Las Vegas Valley are planning Easter dining specials.
Education briefs from across the Las Vegas Valley
Health-related news and events from across the Las Vegas Valley.
A once pleasant drive on Summerlin Parkway has become an increasingly stressful experience for drivers, with 68 lane-departure crashes occurring in the past five years. Improvements are planned, including a cable barrier to reduce lane-change crashes.
Read about news and events from across the Summerlin area.
There’s not a lot going on, commercially, in the predominantly residential Southern Highlands, but the place sure does know how to breed restaurants.
OK, this is totally an exercise in not judging a book by its cover, as Mama used to say.
For authentic Italian cuisine with a formal dining experience, allow me to gently guide you off of the Strip and down East Sunset Road to Panevino.
It’s easy to miss, but once you find it, if you like real Hawaiian, Chinese and Korean fare, you’ll be coming back for more. Since 1991, Island Style has been offering up cuisine true to its roots.
Craving crisp chicken tenders? Need quick service but similarly fresh quality? Look no further, because in a leap of fate and business venture, PDQ chose North Las Vegas as the chain’s first restaurant west of Texas.
Dining events and news from across the valley.
Only 17 percent of American companies allow animals in the workplace, according to an American Pet Products Manufacturers Association survey, but the idea is gaining steam.
Henderson resident George Racz is living the American dream. Ten years ago, he couldn’t speak a word of English; today, he owns and operates the Las Vegas Distillery, the first in the state.
Has the workplace gone to the dogs?
Sick of saying no to Fido’s puppy dog eyes as you head out the door? There’s no need to leave your pooch home alone if you’re headed to one of southwest Las Vegas’ pet-friendly workplaces, shopping venues or restaurants.
Every second Tuesday, you’ll find Hydrant Club owner Cathy Brooks at Barkyard at the Bunkhouse from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Doggie Date Night from 6 to 9 p.m. Every third Wednesday, she is at the Downtown Container Park.
When pets are viewed as family members, it can be difficult to leave them at home while going to work or enjoying a night out. To ease the guilt, Henderson View explores businesses and restaurants that welcome both two- and four-legged guests.
It’s been said that couples who work together have a hard time staying together, but in the case of Robert and Pamela Rickenbacker, they are loving every minute of it.
At any given time, there are more than 3,000 youths in foster care in Clark County. Many of these children come from abusive or neglected homes and are in need of temporary shelter and care from an individual or family.
Las Vegas author Re’na L. Garcia surveyed more than 100 pastor’s kids, or PKs as she calls them, for the book “Raised in the Pew.”
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