Groundbreaking at Skypointe, on the corners of McCarran Boulevard and South Virginia Street, expected this summer.

The reboot of the most high-profile development project in Greater Reno-Sparks is underway, with groundbreaking at Skypointe, on the corners of McCarran Boulevard and South Virginia Street, expected to begin this summer.

Barton Memorial Hospital awarded 'A' Grade for patient safety, awarded during National Hospital Week

Barton Memorial Hospital received another ‘A’ grade for patient safety from the Leapfrog Group. Assessment data from more than 30 quality measurements demonstrated better patient outcomes at the Lake Tahoe hospital; the result of collaborative, team-driven systems in place at Barton Health that protect patients from harm. This year, the award was announced during National Hospital Week—May 8-14—an event dedicated to highlighting hospitals, health systems, and health care workers for the innovative ways they are contributing to the health and well-being of their community.

Northern Nevada Medical Center nationally recognized with an ‘A’ Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade

Northern Nevada Medical Center (NNMC) received an “A” Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade for spring 2022. This national distinction recognizes NNMC’s achievements in protecting patients from preventable harm and error in the hospital.

Buzz Harris: Northern Nevada market for selling little companies strong (Voices)

Inc. Magazine recently published an article touting the strength of the current mergers and acquisition market. It referenced that there was a 15 percent increase in business changing hands from the previous year. Plus, they forecasted “the market is expected to gather more steam.”

Oregon mining boom could be a bust for sage grouse

An old supervolcano straddling the Nevada-Oregon state line is laced with some of the highest concentrations of lithium in the United States.

Median sales price closes in on $600K in April, Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors reports

The median price of an existing home rose to $595,000 in April, according to the Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors.

Truckee Tahoe Lumber Company signs lease in Reno

Basin Street Properties is pleased to announce Truckee Tahoe Lumber Company has signed a lease for 7,404 square feet at 300 E. 2nd Street., in Reno.

NCET Biz Tips: Using your brand story to drive sales, engagement & brand loyalty

You’ve got the idea. You build the product or service. You create a killer marketing plan. And then? Nada!

SVN Associates completes industrial sale in Sparks

SVN Gold Dust Commercial Associates has completed the $3.1 million sale of 85 Isidor Court, in Sparks.

Nevada awarded $4.4 million for ecosystem restoration

Nevada will receive $4.41 million of the $68.4 million in the infrastructure law to pay for ecosystem restoration projects nationwide.

Carson City’s Diesel named Northern Nevada’s Best Office Pet

Diesel from Carson City’s Vineburg Machining Inc. was the winner of Northern Nevada’s Best Office Pet.

NV Energy exceeds Nevada’s renewable energy requirement

NV Energy recently filed its 2021 portfolio standard annual report for compliance with the Public Utilities of Nevada showing the achievement of a combined weighted average of 30.7 percent, marking the 12th consecutive year exceeding the state’s renewable energy requirement.

ArchCrest partners win CoStar’s quarterly deals award

Kevin Annis and Mike Van Blaricom of ArchCrest Commercial Partners came out on top of the list of winners for their representation of the buyer and seller of the sale at 5390 Longley Lane in Reno. CoStar winners are determined by the top deals executed every quarter, based on price and square footage.

Affordable housing development under development in Fernley

Krch Realty agent Mary Gurczynski and Reno-based Altmann builders in Fernley are excited to announce their 35 energy-efficient affordable homes starting at $380,000.

Stellar Snacks of Carson City overcomes pandemic, ready to expand in Reno

In March 2020, just about the time when the COVID-19 pandemic started shutting down business, Stellar Snacks of Carson City was rocked by a series of cancellation orders that likely spelled financial doom for the fledgling company.