View rounds up dining events and news from across the Las Vegas Valley, from restaurant openings to special dinners and promotions.
The man shot and killed in the Northeast Valley Friday has been identified.
Planners envision a brighter downtown North Las Vegas bustling with activity, but acknowledge that it will take some time and work to get there.
Candidates for a North Las Vegas City Council seat could share a ballot with the 2020 presidential contenders, under a plan that would shift the odd-year, springtime election schedule to align with national and statewide races.
A divided North Las Vegas City Council voted 3-2 Wednesday night to approve a new Jack-in-the Box restaurant with a 24-hour drive-thru window that will be built in the Aliante master-planned community, despite a drawn-out protest from nearby residents.
Naloxone — sold under the brand name Narcan and administerable as either a nasal spray or via intramuscular injection — is an opiate antidote. According to Joe Engle, founder of the Las Vegas-based nonprofit There is No Hero in Heroin, it’s also saving people’s lives.
Keep Records, LLC is “so indie it hurts.” The record label wasn’t started out of greed. It was made to lend a hand to musicians starting out in the music business.
Following six years of working as a journalist with Greenspun Media Group, Delen Goldberg decided to try something different.
On Oct. 17, the Junior League of Las Vegas presented a number of Clark County School District teachers with checks to allow them to pursue projects that otherwise wouldn’t be part of their school’s budget.
Actress Pia Zadora wants families in the valley dealing with autism to know that “it’s going to get better.” Her now 19-year-old son was diagnosed with autism 15 years ago, and she was on hand Oct. 13 to celebrate the opening of the UNLV Medicine Ackerman Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Solutions.
Fifty years of learning. Fifty years of fun. Boy Scout Troop 102, part of the Bighorn District, marked its 50th anniversary Sept. 24 with a special celebration at Westminster Presbyterian Church, its home since 1966.
Former U.S. Army Cpl. Christopher Hudson was used to moving from place to place. His life was centered on movement, but he craved stability. When he received the keys Oct. 14 to a newly renovated home in Centennial Hills, Hudson was all smiles.
Stray cats strutting into North Las Vegas could soon be trapped, sterilized and released back to their neighborhoods, under “community cat” pilot program that received initial council approval Wednesday night.
Emergency repairs to a sinking section of Cheyenne Avenue in North Las Vegas will continue Saturday, when a half-mile section of the road will be closed to traffic.
The First Friday arts festival is Nov 3 at venues throughout the 18b Arts District. In celebration of the upcoming election, the theme for November is Suffrage, the right to vote.