The Las Vegas Greek Food Festival is more than just food and fun — it's also an opportunity for visitors to tour and learn more about the church.
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Puzzles for View, Sept. 24, 2015, editions.
The 16th annual Sweet 16 Harriet's Coats for Kids drive is set for Oct. 1 to Nov. 2.
The Meadows School offers a private grant scholarship that offers five students entering kindergarten who are from underprivileged households an all-expense-paid tuition from pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Clark County Park Police officer Wade Barnhart is set to discuss keeping safe from fraud and other personal crimes during a class slated from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 24 at the West Flamingo Senior Center.
It's always a good thing when you enter a golf show and hear drivers smacking balls into the nets with an occasional "Oh, yeah!" accompanying.
March was National Problem Gambling Awareness Month, but every month sees people struggling with the addiction.
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Like Hollywood, the Las Vegas entertainment industry places a strong emphasis on physical appearance.
Just like with any indulgence, sex can turn into an obsession. Some say it becomes an addiction, and its effects can include a lifetime struggle.
Liz Ortenburger, CEO of Girl Scouts of Southern Nevada, said people think of the organization as being all about cookies, camp and crafts, but she hopes attendees of the Dessert Before Dinner event will discover the organization's wide range of activities.
While there is only one true Oktoberfest, you can taste the same beer that is brewed specially for the festival at the Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas during its Oktoberfest.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
Illegal dumping is a big problem in the valley. Jason Allswang, chief of code enforcement for Clark County, said that it falls into the department's abatement budget that includes nuisances ranging from weed removal to demolishing problem buildings.
As modern medicine makes advances, it also makes discoveries. Your brain, for example, creates enough electricity to light a light bulb.
Newly appointed North Las Vegas Police Chief Alexander Perez is optimistic about the future of the city and believes that the police department plays a key role in building bridges with the community to ultimately create a safer city.
Solution for View's Sept. 17, 2015, crossword puzzle.
True to its name, Hunt & Gather Cafe is bringing people back to the basics.
The northwest is expanding, and with it comes a spur of economic growth.
Your favorite hangout isn't all that fancy. It's comfortable, though: You've got places to sit, flat surfaces for your stuff, and your friends are always around.
Stephanie Greenhalgh to speak to writers group