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The Northern Nevada Business Weekly’s 2022 Best In Business contest is set to return this month with the nomination period kicking off Wednesday, Aug. 17.
Builders plan to begin work on a thousand-unit subdivision in Gardnerville by next year, a spokesman said on Tuesday.
United Federal Credit Union is expanding its presence in Nevada with three new locations. In June, the credit union cut the ribbon on its new loan production office at 330 E. Main St., in Fernley, growing its footprint in the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area.
The court ruled that state laws cannot completely legalize marijuana use because the drug remains illegal under federal law.
The Traditions master planned community called for a signalized intersection at Traditions Parkway and the U.S. 50.
Full Tilt Logistics positioned itself for its next round of growth by leasing a large warehouse space in South Meadows that also will serve as its new central headquarters. Full Tilt Logistics in 2018 purchased its current building at 470 E. Plumb Lane, but the new location allows the company to consolidate and grow its workforce, as well as take on a new line of business, company executives told NNBW in a recent interview. Full Tilt Logistics leased 226,000-square-feet of space on the IGT campus on Prototype Drive that also includes 11,000-square-feet of office space.
Michelle Joy has been named President & CEO of Carson Tahoe Health.
Beginning next week, appointments will be required to visit the metropolitan offices of the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles for almost all services. DMV officials blamed continuing staff shortages and high customer demand for the elimination of walk-in services at the agency’s six largest metropolitan offices including Carson City and Reno.
The BAC is guided by their mission, to enrich the quality of life by cultivating arts and culture for all.
Fresh off a successful year of recruiting new employers and new jobs into the region, executives of the Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada said last week they expect the trend to build momentum.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced funding for five programs that offer graduate medical residency education.
Two letters. That's all it is. Two letters, tongue on the roof of your mouth for the first one, purse your lips for the second letter. Ennnnn-ooooooo. Not gonna, ain't happening, not a chance, uh-uh, thanks anyway, sorry-not-sorry, no. So, as Linda Babcock, Brenda Peyser, Lise Vesterlund, and Laurie Weingart ask in their new book “The No Club,” why is that so hard for working women to say?
In the last two years, I have been interviewed several times regarding the state of our local real estate market. Many professionals in the media have been looking for the ultimate catchy headline. That is their job, after all.
Probes of The Siegel Group followed findings by a congressional oversight panel that company executives used “potentially unlawful” tactics last year to force tenants out.