Find out how to vote for Main Street Station in the 2011 America’s Best Restroom Contest, learn how to audition for Rainbow Company’s upcoming season, and take advantage of the Animal Foundation’s pet sterilization discounts with information in this week’s Downtown Neighborhood News.
A new housing complex caters to the needs of those battling HIV and AIDS by providing affordable cottages and a group home stocked with living essentials. The Aid for AIDS of Nevada project aims to ease the load for clients struggling to pay their living expenses and mounting health care costs. Some clients have upwards of $60,000 in medical debt.
Organizers for the Hoops Las Vegas 3 on 3 Basketball Tournament plan to give an Armen Gilliam Memorial Award to the top elite team at a tournament, scheduled from 9:45 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Sunset Park, 2601 E. Sunset Road
When disaster strikes, Nevada Task Force One can be called upon to respond in fewer than six hours. On July 22, the task force and Nellis Air Force Base conducted a deployment drill to see if they could trim that response time.
Despite the dramatic lead-up to First Friday, the Arts District celebration chugged along without a hitch Aug. 5. Sure, the crowd wasn’t as large, but people still ventured around 18b to look at art and listen to music.
The Southern Nevada Health District is offering low-cost vaccinations for local students to safeguard from mumps, hepatitis A and B, chicken pox, whooping cough and more.
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