Hundreds of LGBT people from all over the world gathered at the Tropicana to claim their own space on the Strip for New Year’s Eve 2016.
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Bradley-Morris Inc., an Atlanta-based military recruiting company, said it will hold a job fair March 21 at the Embassy Suites, 4315 Swenson St.
Net metering customers of Nevada Power will see their service charge climb to $17.90 a month on Friday from the current $12.75 under a new tariff submitted to state regulators for approval.
There are times when the music from outside events is so loud that the windows at Temple Baptist Church in downtown Las Vegas shake, the Rev. Steve Smith says.
Regional casino company Penn National Gaming said its restated financial results for 2013 and 2014 won’t be submitted until February, but the operator of the Tropicana and M Resort said in a statement it expects total cash flow to reach $754.4 million for 2015.
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Las Vegas has broken its own visitation growth record, surpassing 42 million tourists with New Year’s Eve totals still uncounted.
Nevada gaming revenue rebounded in November, with the state and Strip recording just their second monthly increases in the past six months.
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