A downtown Henderson man wants to build a multimillion-dollar housing development in a neighborhood of World War II-era homes.
Some of the new or expected developments in west Henderson also have landed government-approved cost savings along the way, fetching tax breaks and discounted land.
Barbra Coffee will soon take on the role of economic initiatives director in Tucson, Arizona. Her last day in Henderson’s city hall annex is Thursday.
The Henderson City Council took its first vote on a development agreement for the Raiders headquarters and practice facility. The item was unanimously approved but will need to be voted on again at a later meeting.
The Henderson Development Association will host “The Story of the Raiders HQ Relocation — A Win For Henderson,” moderated by Raiders President Marc Badain and Henderson Mayor Debra March from 5 to 7:30 p.m. May 2 at Henderson Commerce Center Commercial Way.
A new study of Henderson schools will give the city better data to attract new business and tailor services to help improve education.
Legacy Golf Club owners will head to trial Wednesday to continue a legal fight with residents who want to enforce a deed restriction that prohibits redevelopment.
Nevada’s largest school district — the fifth biggest in the nation — could become the first major public entity to leave NV Energy under a proposal headed to school board trustees this week.