Las Vegas Paving was awarded a pair of lucrative construction contracts Monday, including a deal that calls for building a $33.7 million freeway interchange for Interstate 15 at Starr Avenue in the southern valley.
The victims of the Route 91 Harvest Festival shooting will be honored Tuesday during this month’s “March On” community event in Henderson.
After a winding road took Paul Lewis from holding executive chef positions at seafood restaurants and steakhouses in Washington, D.C., Virginia, Dallas and Thailand, he moved to Las Vegas this year and opened Tipp’s Cafe in August.
Worship services around the Las Vegas Valley over the weekend reflected on the Oct. 1 mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest festival.
The Heritage Harvest Festival in Henderson featured live entertainment, a craft fair, a petting zoo, two bounce houses, face painting and games for all generations.
While Henderson has had Thai restaurants, a niche was being missed, said Jason Sugai, manager at Tom Yum Thai Kitchen.
The Gibson Library ‘s fourth annual Crafting for a Cause donation campaign is set to begin Oct. 7. The library will provide people with yarn to take home and craft blankets, hats, mittens, booties or other items to be donated to Las Vegas Valley charities and nonprofits.
“We’re feeling the pinch in other areas, but not in a way that’s directly impacting kids,” Miller Middle School principal Nicole Donadio said.
Food trucks from the Las Vegas area and neighboring states filled the parking lot outside the resort, serving sushi burritos, shrimp skewers, funnel cakes, beef jerky, barbecue, pizza and burgers.
Black Mountain Golf and Country Club at 500 Greenway Road, near East Horizon Drive and Greenway Road, has filed for bankruptcy.