In early May, Hearty Pet expanded west by moving into a 27,000-square-foot fulfillment center at 900 Southern Way in Sparks.
The Silver State recorded $6.6 billion in taxable sales in March 2021, a 45.5% YOY increase from a year ago.
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Proponents say SB448 will put Nevada at the forefront of the "new energy economy."
Two are from Northern Nevada: Melissa Melero-Moose, an artist and member of the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe, and Claire Muñoz, senior director of education at the Nevada Museum of Art.
For all of Reno/Sparks, May's regional median price of $502,000 represents a 235% increase from 10 years ago, when the median price came in at $150,000 in May 2011.
"I think that I can really see Reno-Sparks being a place where people want to come to live and work and play," says Joel Peixoto.
Until AB399, which Gov. Steve Sisolak signed into law on June 4, Nevada had minimal regulation of egg and egg product producers.
Shoe Tree Brewing Co. recently won two gold awards in the second annual Craft Beer Marketing Awards, known as the “Crushie” awards.
Previously, Dwyer was a project coordinator at the College of Southern Nevada.
Aikin is a board-certified nurse practitioner, with certification in functional medicine, integrative medicine and clinical sex therapy.
In a year the world turned upside down, the Summit Awards Committee is excited to announce this year’s winners for achievement and excellence in Northern Nevada commercial real estate.
Meadows Bank is a full-service, Nevada-based community bank that is committed to serving the needs of local businesses in our communities.
From the archives: "Nevada’s Center for Entrepreneurship and Technology, facing the loss of federal dollars that covered its overhead, will become an all-volunteer organization next month."
Culinary Union Secretary-Treasurer Geoconda Argüello-Kline says passage of the legislation, approved on straight party lines, would “protect over 350,000 hospitality workers” in Clark and Washoe counties.