It’s been a rough road for Nevada’s job market during the pandemic, but state officials said statewide employment continued its rebound in March.
The mixed-use mall complex is undergoing renovations. On Tuesday, the mall announced the firms who are helping Miracle Mile Shops complete its makeover.
Nevada’s retailers can expect a year-over-year decrease in Easter spending this year, due in part to high inflation and lingering supply chain issues.
Responsible gaming efforts typically focus on problematic gambling behaviors after they’ve began. A collaboration between UNLV and the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will take a new approach.
The California favorite has two shops in the Las Vegas Valley with plans to add several more. Two California transplants are helping Togo’s achieve its goals.
We found five examples of houses for sale at or near the median sale price of single-family homes in Southern Nevada.
The Pucci brothers have a ‘Shark Tank’ appearance to their name and a North Las Vegas business that can adapt its modular privacy booths and other products to suit clients’ needs.
The hospitality workers filed a lawsuit Tuesday against one of Nevada’s largest gaming companies over potential violations of a law enacted in 2021.
It was eight years ago when Jordan Clark first hopped on a Pedego electric bike. Now, he owns all three Pedego stores in the Las Vegas Valley.
Chicago has advanced in its process to pick a bid for a nearly $2 billion resort in the city. The city hopes to move quickly in choosing between its three finalists.
A small health clinic on East Sahara Avenue is having a big impact on the LGBTQ community.
St. Patrick’s Day festivities arrive in Nevada without COVID-19 capacity restrictions for the first time since the pandemic. Retailers expect business will reflect that.
The GoFundMe page is one of many that have been created locally and across the world to raise money to help families affected by the ongoing war in Ukraine.
The collection of National Geographic photography will show natural and man-made wonders and phenomena few people have ever seen. The “Rarely Seen” collection is inspired by a book of a similar name.
The special event on March 19 will feature live entertainment, informational sessions, demonstrations and a chance to meet Review-Journal staffers.