IN THE SUMMERLIN AREA
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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
Las Vegas educator Alfredo Torres Jr. was inspired by his volunteer work with cancer patients to write about third-grade teacher Ms. Jennings in his children's picture book "My Sick Teacher."
Pat Hickey's dog Angel was in a sad state. The 16-year-old Affenpinscher had a mishap at a groomer's that left him scissor and brush wary.
With the holiday shopping season on the horizon, the Galleria at Sunset mall, 1300 W. Sunset Road, is scheduled to add the final touches to its $24 million expansion.
McDonald's accepting applications for teacher grants
Las Vegas welcome sign set to turn blue for a week
Wet'n'Wild offering discounted tickets for donations
Southern Nevada Women's History Project luncheon to feature UNLV planning dean
With all due respect to you, the "Traveling by Trike" (Southwest View, Sept. 3) article is written to promote the business that obviously paid you or the publication.
Barbecue event at Caig Ranch Regional Park to support childhood cancer charities
An "exciting picture," once painted by The Howard Hughes Corp. in the form of the first phase of Downtown Summerlin, has developed into more of a work-of-art masterpiece as the regional shopping and dining center prepares for its first anniversary in three weeks.
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When Kendall Stevens was 10 years old and in fifth grade, her teacher at Guild Gray Elementary School, Heather Oney, had everyone write daily in a composition book.
The line outside the new Blick Art Materials store at 6300 W. Charleston Blvd., Suite 130, stretched around the building and through the parking lot.
Not long after Broadway dancer Kristina Blunt moved from New York to Las Vegas in 2011, she decided that Las Vegas needed a yoga festival.
Some teachers use their summer break to go on vacation. Teresa Beaver, a science teacher at Lawrence Junior High School, used hers to go to space camp.
For many years Jennifer and Michael Cornthwaite have been too busy to take a long vacation, but this summer they did, traveling for six weeks with their 2½-year-old daughter.
Exercising after surgery should be attempted with caution. To that end, Sun City held a seminar Aug. 11 for residents on the topic Exercising Safely: Coming Back After Surgery.
A wound that is taking a long time to heal could spell disaster down the road, according to Dr. Lubna Javed. In some cases, she said it could even lead to amputation.
An overcast morning gave transit commuter Spring Peterson a rare break from the sun's rays Aug. 25 as she waited for the 119 bus at a shelterless stop on Rancho Drive near Charleston Boulevard.