North Las Vegas has partnered with the Southern Nevada Health District on an initiative to improve roads to better accomodate cars, bicycles and public and pedestrian traffic.
Charles “Griff” Griffith says motorcyclists are misunderstood. “(People) just see a guy or a female on a bike with a leather vest and they assume they are in a biker gang,” said Griffith, vice president of the Eagle Riders motorcycle club. “That stigma has been around for a very long time.
Before going to college, Alfredo Melesio Jr., director of land development and community services for North Las Vegas, did not intend to work in government. But when he needed a job during summer break in 1994, the city of Joliet, Illinois, was one of the few employers to respond to his application.
Summerlin couple Richie and Tami Abuhantash were regulars at Mediterranean restaurant Baladie Cafe before they owned it. The previous owners moved to California and asked the Abuhantashes to take over the north valley eatery.
Community organizers and Buffalo Soldier re-enactors gathered Monday morning for a flag-raising in North Las Vegas to commemorate the end of slavery in the United States.
Any chance he gets, Mayor John Lee likes to pitch the virtues of doing business and living in North Las Vegas.
Four cities paid Clark County hundreds of thousands of dollars to run municipal elections this year — and fewer than 10 percent of voters participated.
A Las Vegas couple are accused of killing and stealing from a man who allegedly bragged to his neighbors that he received a $30,000 settlement from a car accident, according to an arrest report obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal Friday.
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Residents of North Las Vegas will soon have a hospital closer to home as Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican, a nonprofit faith-based hospital system, prepares to open its North Las Vegas campus.