Here’s some disappointing news for french fry enthusiasts: Checkers has closed all of its stand-alone locations in the Las Vegas Valley.
As the Review-Journal’s social media manager, you’ll be hard-pressed to find Caitlin Lilly without her phone in her hand, tweeting. The Las Vegas native and UNLV grad previously wrote about Harry Potter coffee shops and Chick-fil-A openings as a digital reporter. She also spent several summers working with the World Series of Poker’s public relations team. In her spare time, she enjoys cupcakes, traveling and spending time with her two Maltese.
PT’s Taverns is hosting a job fair next week in Las Vegas to fill about 65 positions for its taverns across the valley, including a new Sierra Gold location opening soon.
From the iconic “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign to pristine Lake Tahoe, it’s safe to say Nevada is not lacking in scenery to capture the perfect photo.
Hyatt Place is hosting a job fair Thursday at the Silverton for its new Las Vegas hotel at the Silverton Village.
There are about 304 vehicles and numerous other items up for grabs at Clark County’s spring auction this weekend.
A few eagle-eyed “Game of Thrones” viewers noticed on Sunday night that those who survived the Battle of Winterfell are apparently Starbucks coffee drinkers.
The Animal Foundation is celebrating Cinco de Mayo with large dog adoptions for $5 on Saturday.
Cicis Pizza has announced that one of its Las Vegas locations is hosting a contest to create a mural honoring first responders.
Do you wash raw chicken before cooking it? According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, you should avoid this practice as it can spread germs.
Looking for a way to keep your teen busy this summer? Planet Fitness may have a solution for you — free gym time.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority has called in some backup to remind people to follow mandatory summer watering restrictions — Golden Knights enforcer Ryan Reaves.
Las Vegas sports bettor James Holzhauer hasn’t finished his impressive run on “Jeopardy!” just yet, but he’s already giving back to the community with his winnings.
Two referees who officiated the Golden Knights’ Game 7 against the San Jose Sharks will not be working the next round of the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs.
Tickets to Tuesday night’s Game 4 of the Stanley Cup playoff series are the most expensive in of the NHL week, according to secondary ticket marketplace TickPick.