Alecia Towell LLC offers outpatient psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families in the Reno area and throughout Northern Nevada.
Both grants will be made available for a current or future small business owner who is also a member of the Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Nevada, says Chamber President Tim Haughinberry.
The Sparks D1 Taining franchise, Nevada's first, is owned and operated by Reno resident Jason King, as well as fitness entrepreneur Shaun Wardle.
Lig & Ceptor, a physician-founded company in development since spring 2019, produces science-based natural medicines and products; all its formulas have a CBD backbone.
The purchase will allow the company to double its workforce, says Leonardo Quintero Wences, who owns the business with his wife, Carmen Quintero-Ferreira.
One of the biggest Super Bowl blowouts in the last 10 years wound up with a reasonable return for Nevada's sports books.
The 2,200-square-foot America First Credit Union branch — the 17th in the Silver State and first in Northern Nevada — is located in the former Five Guys Burgers restaurant on Topsy Lane.
Jeff Saling of StartUpNV stressed that AngelNV investors need not be “super wealthy” to participate and can be at the beginning of their investment journey, such as successful professionals or retirees.
The Washoe County Health District late last month recognized local businesses BJ’s Nevada Barbecue Company and Gold N’ Silver Inn & Restaurant with annual health and safety awards.
The 5,600-square-foot office/industrial building at 100 Menezes Way in Lockwood, east of Sparks, will serve as the company’s Northern Nevada headquarters.
The video update, produced in lieu of EDAWN hosting its annual in-person luncheon, looks back at 2020's ups and downs and paints a positive economic outlook for 2021 and beyond.
Carson Tahoe Health broke ground on several projects in October 2019, beginning the first phase of its 10-year master plan, including expansion of the emergency department and a two-level enclosed walkway connector between the RMC and Sierra Surgery.
Greater Nevada Mortgage has pledged a $25,000 minimum contribution for 2021, starting with the company’s first Northern Nevada partner, the nonprofit Eddy House.
For 2020 as whole, the bank reported net income of $14.5 million, a decrease of $1.0 million, or 7%, from $15.5 million for 2019.
“The new building will serve as our fourth office in the Reno area and is the second building we have worked with Shaheen Beauchamp Builders to complete,” Dr. Bret Blackhart, board-certified dermatologist with Skin Cancer Dermatology Institute, said.