The Retail Association of Nevada estimates that Mother’s Day spending in the Silver State will reach an all-time high.
Jonathan Ng joined the Review-Journal’s business desk in June 2020 to cover the nonprofit and charity sector. A former reporter with the Boston Globe and Boston Herald, Ng received his bachelor’s in journalism from Suffolk University and a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University.
More than 80,000 child care and prekindergarten jobs could be created in Nevada if President Joe Biden’s $1.8 trillion American Families Plan comes to fruition, new research shows.
The state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation on Thursday released new guidance and information on what claimants will need to do in order to receive jobless aid.
A Las Vegas attorney who successfully defended a race car driver in a U.S. Supreme Court case said he’s pleased with the ruling curbing the FTC’s authority to recover ill-gotten gains for cheated consumers.
McKenna Ross will cover the Southern Nevada charity and nonprofit sectors. Ross, one of the more than 300 RFA corps members this year, starts June 1.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. said Monday that it has donated $3.1 million to nine Southern Nevada nonprofits and charitable organizations.
Over the last few days, a check on several Chevron gas stations that previously ran out of gas Monday showed that they were back up and running again.
At least one gas company, Chevron, said it is facing shortages, for some or all fuel products, at several Las Vegas Valley locations.
“The demand for everything related to home is just really strong at retail and that was apparent here,” said Bob Maricich, CEO of International Market Centers, said of the home furnishings trade show.
Nevada employers added 4,700 jobs last month with major improvement across leisure and hospitality industries.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation is apologizing to jobless Nevadans unable to file their weekly claims as another unemployment system is now also facing technical issues.
Thousands of jobless Nevadans are unable to file their weekly unemployment claims because of a system issue with the state Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation.
Vendors and buyers at the downtown Las Vegas event welcomed the show as a sign of recovery and a step toward normalcy.