As Northern Nevada shakes off the effects of yet another incredible winter and enters peak construction season, it's imperative that workflow on the Park Lane project moves forward at a consistent clip.
Most potential buyers start forming an opinion about a home as soon as they pull up to the property or even before that, based on photographs they have seen online, which means you only have one chance to make a positive first impression and start the showing off on the right track. Here are seven simple ideas to enhance your curb appeal quickly and without breaking the bank: Make it Sparkle with a Pressure Wash
Bella Vita Bistro is not calling it quits after all. The restaurant in the Carson Mall has been closed since early April after its owner announced she planned to sell the eatery. But plans now are to reopen May 1 for lunch only.
Scammers are everywhere, and many will strike via an oddly worded email or a sketchy request via phone to obtain your information.
This map shows where floodplains exist across Reno, in addition to several key landmarks built on them — farthest north is Reno City Hall; south of that, middle, is Reno-Tahoe International Airport; southeast of the airport is The South East Connector; southwest of the airport is the Reno-Sparks Convention Center; and farthest south is South Reno neighborhoods, including Damonte Ranch.
Emily Howarth at Western Nevada College in Carson City on Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017.
Mechatronics students work at Western Nevada College in Carson City, on Monday, Aug. 12, 2018.
Travel and community representatives spent three days in Churchill County visiting area sites and also attending the annual Rural Roundup at the Fallon Convention Center.
Lt. Gov. Kate Marshall talks to attendees at the opening reception at the Oats Park Art Center for the 2019 Rural Roundup.
The city of Fallon showcased the Oats Park Art Center at a reception for the Rural Roundup.
The public took a walk through the gutted building, which included renderings of the design for the new Bank Saloon.
The bar area inside the Bank Saloon. The front door to the building is to the right.
At the end of March, Inntopia released a report that showed that occupancy rates in ski towns across the West for the month of February were up 5.7 percent compared to February of last year, leading to an 8.1 percent increase in revenue. Compared to last winter, occupancy is up 5.5 percent so far, with data from March and April yet to be counted.
Squaw Valley reported more than 300 inches of snow in February, and a total of 676 inches for the season. That heavy snowfall had led to a surge in occupancy at area resorts and hotels, according to the North Tahoe Resort Association.
An overview of the Village at Rancharrah, located at 6001 Talbot Lane in Reno.
The waiting room inside Renown Health's urgent care office at 2814 N. Carson St. Suite 1010.
Derek Beenfeldt, Renown Health, and Mayor Bob Crowell cut the ribbon on Renown's urgent care facility at 2814 N. Carson St. Suite 1010.
RISE Dispensaries, a Carson City marijuana dispensary, recently held a fundraiser and paper goods drive generating more than $2,000 to benefit the Rural Center for Independent Living.
Located at 10470 East Jibboom Street, the project includes 5 three-story residentail buildings and a SpringHill Suites by Marriott
The project will include a 144-room Spring Hill Suites hotel which is expected to provide 40 to 42 jobs
Construction on a 138-unit residential project broke ground last fall with its completion aimed for September.
Scores of guests and veterans take part in groundbreaking ceremonies March 29 for a new Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sparks.
Musicians from Reed High School played at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza.
An artist’s rendering of the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza shows the educational aspects.
Sparks Mayor Ron Smith and Ward 5 Councilman Kristopher Dahir presided over the ceremony.
Sparks Councilman Kristopher Dahir makes announcements before the beginning of the March 29 groundbreaking ceremony for the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza.
Hundreds of people attended the March 29 groundbreaking ceremony for the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza in Sparks.
Officials with Reno Buick GMC Cadillac donated $59,400 to the Nevada Veterans Memorial Plaza at the March 29 groundbreaking ceremony.
The new Bank Saloon (formerly Jack's Bar) is expected to open next year, after being shut down for 30 years.
Carson Tahoe Transitional Rehabilitation Center, the 80-bed, skilled nursing rehab section, will open in a few weeks.
Carson Tahoe Care Center has a main dining room as well as this private dining room for patients.
Mayor Bob Crowell and Supervisor Lori Bagwell cut the ribbon on the Carson Tahoe Care Center on Mountain Street. The facility provides memory care for patients with dementia and skilled nursing for short- and long-term rehabilitation.
Karla Kent, President of Kent’s Supply Co. in Fallon, won the 2019 Nevada SBA Legacy Award.
Quilt Legacy has a new home. The professional quilting company operated for seven years by husband-and-wife team Paul Schwartz and Ruthann Bilansky out of their Dayton home is opening soon at 2311 N. Carson St. in the strip mall at the corner of Hot Springs Road.
The manual snow survey on April 2 recorded 106.5 inches of snow depth and a snow water equivalent of 51 inches, which is 200 percent of average for this location.
A juice and salad bar is coming soon to downtown Carson City. So Juicy is set to open in a month at 208 N. Carson St., between Musser and Proctor streets.
It’s not like Josh Thornton woke up one day and thought he’ll establish the world record for most insect tattoos on his body. While maybe not that exact record in a story that’s also worthy being in “Ripley’s Believe It or Not,” Thornton dreamed of setting a record like this ever since he was a kid.
Supervisor Lori Bagwell, Mayor Bob Crowell, City Manager Nancy Paulson, Jason Welk, My Place Hotels co-owner, and others throw dirt at the site of the future Carson City My Place Hotel.
Relentless storms played havoc with northern casinos in February, causing double digit decreases in win in the Tahoe Basin and ending the Carson Valley Area’s streak of consecutive monthly increases at 20. Statewide, total win was just a bit more than $1 billion, a decrease of just under two-thirds of a percent compared with February 2018.