Summerlin residents have new options for doughnuts and pizza: Donut Mania and Giordano’s.
The Palo Verde High School sophomore recently won a Boys 16 national level 2 tournament and will play in next month’s prestigious Easter Bowl tournament at Indian Wells, California.
Kaprice Burns, a 16-year-old junior at Spring Valley High School, was recently honored as Youth of the Year by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada.
If you had the opportunity to easily help some young child suffering from a menacing health issue, would you step forward? Of course you would.
Scrawled above the gleaming, stainless-steel kitchen in chalkboard-like print, “authenticity” and “integrity” are the first two words Eat Summerlin patrons see.
The 51s will officially break ground on their new ballpark in Summerlin on Feb. 23.
You talk to Capt. Sasha Larkin, head of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s Northwest Command, and you come away sensing a renaissance of sorts that has been quietly taking shape between police and the community.
Want to work out like a Cirque performer? Three siblings, all veterans of the world-famous performing arts company, have opened Absolute Balance at 6115 S. Fort Apache Road.
One of the most contentious discussions to hit the City Council chamber in some time is headed for a possible showdown this month when the Council is scheduled to take up creating public policy for the redevelopment of bankrupt golf courses.