It’s common for Clark County School District libraries, sports fields and schools to be named after people who contributed to the Las Vegas area in its formative years.
Nearly 300 students and parents attempted engineering challenges during the first Family Engagement STEM Night recently at Woolley Elementary School.
A recent post on the Huntridge Neighborhood Facebook group showed an image of someone who had stopped in front of a security camera to relieve himself after burglarizing a home. Within minutes, another member of the group identified the perpetrator by name.
In the quiet, rural neighborhood on the foothills of Frenchman Mountain east of Las Vegas you can see a Victorian mansion, a geodesic dome and a pagoda, all within a few blocks of one another.
When water goes down a drain, you’ll eventually get a small portion of it back in the tap. The Water Reclamation District aims to keep the sewage out of your glass.
The Las Vegas Wash between Charleston and Nellis boulevards is set to be paved over this year, as the east valley’s once-plentiful, nature-filled washes continue to disappear.
For sale: the historic Williams Costume Co., with more than 60 years of history, thousands of handmade costumes and an unusual inventory.
Nigerian food might well be an acquired taste. If so, one probably needs to visit Chiamaka Food Nigerian Cuisine more than once to acquire it.
About 90 people on Saturday attended an East Las Vegas forum, hosted by the National Hispanic Legislative Caucus, that sought to inform immigrants of their rights when confronted by law enforcement.
Across the Las Vegas Valley, the median sales price of previously owned homes rose 8.1 percent last year, SalesTraq reported. All but three ZIP codes posted increases.