Projects are moving ahead, albeit not as quickly as developers hoped.
The company tasked with installing the majority of signs, Yesco, is capping off its work at the stadium with a trio of the largest of the hundreds of signs they’re installing on the site.
The possible cutoff of $600 per week could wipe out the vast majority of income for unemployed Nevadans, raising fears that Las Vegas’ badly battered economy could be dealt another blow at a vulnerable time.
Nevada’s pot of money for paying jobless benefits runs out in less than seven weeks.
Employees express anger and confusion as Phase One rules return amid Nevada’s coronavirus spike.
The state with the highest unemployment rate in the country as of May is going into its fourth week without a director to run the employment office.
REGO Automotive, Ai-RGUS and GuineaDad are expanding in the Las Vegas Valley, bringing new jobs to the area.
The federal agency is paying $18 per hour for census takers to visit households that have not yet responded to the census.
Las Vegans looking for help with past-due electric bills are invited to NV Energy’s Senior Assistance Expo next week.
The pandemic has forced many businesses to re-evaluate their philanthropic budgets, potentially hobbling local nonprofit operations.