Living Grace Homes is a nonprofit that houses and provides assistance to pregnant women. The organization has two houses that pregnant women, or women who recently gave birth, stay in. It also helps women find homes after leaving and helps furnish their new homes with donations. The organization is funded via private foundation grants, churches, individual donors and local government grants, said Kathleen Miller, executive director of Living Grace Homes.
The Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday contradicted Henderson Mayor Debra March’s claims about a trip she took with a chamber executive to Panama using campaign money.
Just four months after receiving tax abatements from the state, the site of a Google data center in Henderson is beginning to take shape.
An independent investigator recommended Henderson officials seriously consider firing police chief LaTesha Watson, records obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal show.
Shamrocks, leprechauns and Celtic music and dance were the order of the day as the 53rd annual Southern Nevada Sons Daughters of Erin St. Patrick’s Day Parade marched down Water Street on Saturday.
To help Nevadans improve their credit scores, data analytics company FICO will be hosting a “Score a Better Future” event next week at the College of Southern Nevada.
Eight months after a state deadline requiring police departments to outfit forces with body cameras, North Las Vegas officers still do not wear the devices.
Dozens of freeway signs are set for upgrades in the valley.