Kaleb Roedel

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Reno airport sees passenger counts climb as COVID cases shrink

New non-stop flights on tap, including long-wanted service to Charlotte, N.C.

In Q1, Reno-Tahoe International Airport saw 560,320 passengers, down 36% from 2020. The decrease is far from a surprise considering the pandemic, but officials say traffic is primed for a big comeback this summer due to new flights and "extreme" pent-up demand.

Atlanta-based mortgage lender expanding to Reno, Carson City

“It is no secret that Reno and the surrounding areas have been in growth mode the last few years," notes Sean Casey, a senior vice president for Angel Oak Home Loans.

‘We’re breaking some ceilings’: Nevada women building career paths in male-dominated construction industry

"We’ve come a long way in 20 years. I see a lot of women in roles that 20 years ago would never have been heard of, and it makes me happy.”

'It's crazy busy': Business booming for veterinary industry, animal hospitals

“The most remarkable challenge is how busy every animal hospital is,” says Margie Quirk, owner of Lone Mountain Veterinary Hospital in Carson City. “I don’t ever remember being as busy as we are right now during this pandemic. It’s crazy busy.”

Bevy of new coworking spaces open across region, including first-ever in Sparks

As the desire for coworking continues to increase across America among startups and entrepreneurs, here in fast-growing Northern Nevada, at least four new hubs have launched in the past year, including the first-ever coworking space in Sparks.

Northern Nevada courses teed up to drive revenue growth in 2021

Before the pandemic, golf was in a rough spot with interest down and fewer regular golfers. COVID, however, has driven people to golf courses in droves — and the game has been on a roll ever since.

Twenty Under 40 Q-and-A: Kat Geiger of Thrive Wellness

"What I definitely see is that we have a huge need for more mental health services. We’re extremely under resourced."

'Turn toward entrepreneurship': Reno company sees revenue triple as LLC formations surge

"We were the beneficiary of that turn toward entrepreneurship. From the second half of March of last year through today, there has been nothing but an upward trajectory," Greg Martin, president of Inc. Authority, told the NNBW's Kaleb M. Roedel.

Herb your enthusiasm: Supplement sales surge as consumers seek natural immunity boosts

Tom Stewart, owner of Truckee Meadow Herbs in Reno, says his suppliers are so swamped that all sorts of products are either delayed getting to his shelves or not showing up at all. It’s a hard pill to swallow for his business and plenty other retailers.

CA sandwich chain Togo’s to open in Sparks, plans larger Northern NV expansion

Togo's plans to open its first local franchise this year in Sparks. The company says Northern Nevada has potential for at least a dozen more restaurants, with Reno-Sparks, Carson City, Winnemucca and Elko as targets for expansion.

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