National Night Out is aimed at getting residents out of their houses and law enforcement out of their routines so they can engage in a positive way. That mission appeared successful Tuesday night in Summerlin, as about 100 residents — many of them children — converged on Park Centre Drive to meet the men and women behind the uniforms.
It wasn’t until Michael Brown, a native of Newark, New Jersey, who became a resident of Las Vegas in 1997, ended his basketball days that he and wife Esther Rodriguez Brown became serious players in helping youths who have gone in the wrong direction.
Gary Hornick, chief engineer for Downtown Summerlin, discussed his average workday, travel and his love of karaoke during a question-and-answer session with the Review-Journal.
Two famous Golden Knights pups will be hosting a puppy party to help benefit the Animal Foundation next week.
People with Clark County Library District cards now receive free access to Rosetta Stone language-learning software and the Las Vegas-based Socrates math tutoring program, which is aimed at children in kindergarten through fifth grade and incorporates video games.
Recyclables are not the kind of trash that’s taken to the dump. Instead, these are materials that can be returned to their original, raw form before shipment to other facilities to be recycled into usable resources.
Arson is suspected in a fire early Tuesday that destroyed part of a playground at a northwest Las Vegas park.
A year from now the people of Providence could have a new place to play.
Corks ’n Crafts customers work with fabric, wood, leather and other materials. They create items such as decorative signs, beer caddies and keychains.