Junior Team Tennis, a recreational tennis league for youth ages 18 or younger, is set to start the first weekend of March.
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The Parkinson's Support Group is set from 10 to 11 a.m. Feb. 12 at the MountainView Hospital Medical Office Building, H2U, Suite 114, 3150 N. Tenaya Way, for patients and their caregivers.
DC Building Group and Nevada Title Company are collecting new and gently used children's books to donate to Clark County School District schools.
Ongoing construction of the Airport Connector Project will reduce the number of travel lanes on a 1/2-mile section of eastbound Interstate 215 between exit 10 (Sunset Road, McCarran Airport) and exit 9 (Warm Springs Road) for the next 15 months beginning Feb. 8.
Do you have an unconventional parental figure in your life who deserves recognition? Do you know someone who often steps up and is mom or dad to everyone?
Right up front, I want you to know that I lean conservative. But at times, you have to be one-off. Take a chance. Explore new venues. Get out of Dodge, so to speak.
When can we cut back star Jasmine and plant lantana?
Libre Mexican Cantina recently opened in Red Rock Resort, 11011 W. Charleston Blvd.
Typically, the average Las Vegan sees fewer than three leprechauns annually, with peak leprechaun-spotting season being mid-March.
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Word is, people are going to be pretty focused on love this week because of some holiday based on an obscure Catholic saint.
Art With A Heart won't be a stuffy fundraiser, organizers said — although some attendees might feel a little stuffed afterward due to the array of restaurants offering food.
Before the Rock Rink at Downtown Summerlin was dismantled and taken away for the season, it hosted some special visitors: Sixteen visually impaired students from the Clark County School District and the National Association of Blind Students.
Sometimes medical workers are called upon by professional organizations to donate their expertise in less-affluent countries. Sometimes, the idea comes from the professionals themselves.
Too often, veterans return from war with memories of unspeakable violence and horror. They've survived the worst that humanity has to offer, and while they may have left the war in another county, a tougher battle is waiting for them at home.
View features photos of pets ready for adoption each week.
In every class, there are always a few kids you try to avoid. The know-it-all kid, for instance: Who has time for that? Or the kid who can't stop yammering or who can't control his temper: Why invite drama?
Friendship, affection, rejection, beauty, music, fear, longing and loneliness are among the topics Las Vegas native Tami Belt explores in her poetry.
Andrew Stauffer, associate English professor from the University of Virginia, plans to talk about the future of the reading experience during a free University Forum Lecture Series event.
I have been reading newspapers for many, many years. I realize that many stories have to be continued and read at another section of the paper, and that is fine. But to read the first section of a very interesting story, and then continue to another page for what I thought would be the conclusion only to find that if I would like the "Full Story," I will need to visit viewnews.com. Seriously??? I want to read the entire story right then and there with my cup of coffee or tea. I think in the future I will be passing up this section of the newspaper. I am sure I am not the only person who feels this way.
Zach Collins of Bishop Gorman High School was selected to the 2016 McDonald's All American Boys West Team.
TEDx is back at UNLV in 2016, and organizers are looking for people to take the stage April 8 at the university's Black Box Theatre.
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