As Valentine's Day approaches and heart-shaped boxes line the aisles of grocery stores nationwide, it can become difficult not to reminisce about that once-upon-a-time love story, or if you're lucky, bring back memories of when you first met "the one."
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The city of North Las Vegas and Councilman Isaac Barron plan to host the second annual Winter Art Festival at 5 p.m. Jan. 21 at the Stone Soup Art Center at City Hall, 2250 Las Vegas Blvd. North.
Rachel Roberts-Levi and her husband, Avi Levi, look proudly at mama goat Matilda walking around with her four kids.
At 116 pounds, 35-year-old northwest Las Vegas resident Meghann Marchello recently made history after taking home a gold medal at the 2015 Veterans World Championships' first women's division.
Individuals gather around a table neatly lined with brightly colored Marijuana Anonymous pamphlets at Our Meeting Place, 2585 E. Flamingo Road.
Las Vegas may not seem like an ideal spot to provide refuge for women trying to escape sex work, but the founders of faith-based shelter Refuge for Women believe such a service is needed in a place with as many dark secrets as Sin City.
On Dec. 19, the inaugural Jingle Jam welcomed families of the Las Vegas Valley for a Christmas celebration with more than 200 new toys and gifts and more than 20 bicycles given away.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
Nothing beats recognition when you've finished a project. Good job! Well done!
The Cultural Resources Committee of Friends of Red Rock Canyon monitors rock art and artifacts found in the conservation area.
The local author and inspiration for the film "Rudy" plans a one-man multimedia show sharing his story of playing football for Notre Dame at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 15 at the West Charleston Library, 6301 W. Charleston Blvd.
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Tivoli Village retailer Kidville is teaming up with nonprofit Dinosaurs & Roses to host a toy and clothing drive through Jan. 30 to benefit families in need across the valley.
Nevada Health Link is collaborating with licensed insurance brokers and agents to offer Sign-Up Saturdays enrollment events to help close the gap between insured and uninsured residents.
Local business writer Richard R. Becker, president of Copywrite, Ink. and an IABC-accredited business communicator, is set to teach Writing For Design at the College of Southern Nevada as part of the Graphics Communication Program.
The Mount Charleston Winter Alliance is urging visitors to prepare for severe winter conditions before visiting the Spring Mountains National Recreation Area.
When you find something you can't live without, some say hold on to it. Ashley Morris found something he couldn't live without — the food at Capriotti's Sandwich Shop — and he's held on to it so tightly that he ended up owning the company.
Do you have a unique or long-lasting love story to share? Do you know of a couple with an inspiring relationship?
Why do golfers have fun playing the game? Is it just the fact of being on a golf course?
A friend of mine is having trouble with his century plants, agave and cactuses turning yellow in June and July. These plants are in a rock yard with hand watering. They are 2 years old.
Baby, it's cold outside. Even though it's not up to your knees out there, Southern Nevada's whirling winds call for culinary therapy.
Inside Smoke's Poutinerie, the Quote of the Day reads, "You'll think you've died and gone to Canada."