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Scott Neuffer

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Carson Medical Group to open new facility in east Carson

CMG plans to open the walk-in patient clinic known as CMG Plus on May 23 and the entire building to patients May 28.

Commercial vacancy study: Carson markets balanced

The market for commercial space in Carson City has found a good degree of balance following the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent study.

Community helps 99 Cents Only employees; city reviews Sprouts plans

Ronni Hannaman, Carson Chamber executive director, discussed new businesses investing in the community, such as plans for a Sprouts market and Planet Fitness.

Carson Burlington Coat Factory to close April 19; Jersey Mike’s Subs renovations underway

Burlington Coat Factory in south Carson City is set to close doors April 19, a store spokesperson confirmed Monday. The person, who did not want to be publicly identified, told the Appeal the store’s 22 employees were given the option of transferring to the Reno or Sparks store or receiving a severance package.

Restaurants going green as part of organized dining districts

“Sustainability” can be an empty catchword some businesses use to capture eco-conscious customers. It can also be a word businesses take seriously and apply to day-to-day operations in an ongoing effort to care for the only planet humans have.

Architectural firm helping restore historic Carson building

Actual construction — and the budget for construction — will be determined in the next legislative session.

State of the Counties: Economic development benefits all

Managers of Carson, Storey, Lyon, Douglas and Mineral counties discussed economic strengths and weaknesses of their respective areas and described a common synergy.

Carson City businesses optimistic about new year

Coming off a rough couple of years and heading into the unknown of a new year, Carson City business owners still are willing to invest. “I think this year is going to be great,” said Damon Kreizenbeck, owner of Firehouse Subs off Highway 50 and the newly opened Big Chicken off East William Street. “I am very optimistic.”

Carson City bakery looking to franchise

The owners of L.A. Bakery on North Curry Street are looking to take their business to the next level by franchising.

Eyes on the future: Carson City Hohl dealerships expanding

A years-long partnership between a family-run car dealership and a local building firm has led to a sizeable investment.

Renovations underway at Nevada State Railroad Museum

The facility is geting nearly $2 million in renovations. Construction is expected to wrap up next spring.

Tribe starts on 20 new homes in Stewart Community

The $14 million project includes 20 new homes and a new tribal building on about 12 acres near the corner of Snyder Avenue and Ponderosa Drive.

Carson's green dining district looking to grow

“The green dining district in Carson City is the first green dining district in the whole state."

Realtor group: Buyers, sellers ‘both in the market’

In February, Carson saw 30 sales of existing single-family homes, a 41.2 decrease from the previous year but a 42.9 percent increase from January.

Seventeen-year-old builds community with new virtual reality arcade in Carson City

Jake Bainton was 17 when he took his passion project before the Carson City Planning Commission. That was in August of last year. When he received project approval, people in the audience clapped. A new entertainment option for Carson City youth was in the works.

More than 300 apartments approved for Lompa Ranch area in Carson City

The 24-acre site lies west of Airport Road, east of Intestate 580 and south of Menlo Drive.

Planning commissioners OK care facility in north Carson City

The assisted-living care facility would include a trio of three-story residential towers.

CTH expands apprentice program to address nurse shortage

According to CTH, the apprentice program increases “the likelihood of retention.”

New affordable housing project slated for Carson

Developers of a 126-unit affordable housing project in north Carson are moving forward.

Carson City home market ‘trying to find its balance’

There were 36 closed sales in October, down 50 percent from the previous year.

Zero emission plan ‘important step’ for Carson public transit

Transportation officials are eyeing a zero-emission electrified future, at least for public transit.

Reno builder moves quickly on Carson eateries

New restaurants popping up in Carson City are complex structures that take a specialized understanding to build.

Residential project set for historic downtown Carson City acreage

The plan calls for more than 200 “upscale rental residences” by the end of 2024.

Dayton fire claims historic buildings

Three historic buildings burned down in Old Town Dayton, including the Fox Hotel, in an Oct. 13 blaze.

Panera Bread opens doors in south Carson

Panera Bread opened its first full-scale bakery in Northern Nevada on Monday

Mound House mason leaves legacy of heart and stone

“There’s a ring that comes off chisels when a bunch of men are working with chisels. When it’s clicking, it’s a symphony.”

New marijuana dispensary proposed in Carson City

Planning commissioners will weigh in on a marijuana dispensary – and potential restaurant – proposed for the south end of town.

Chicago-based marijuana company buys Carson and Reno dispensaries

Cannabis giant Verano has closed its $29 million acquisition of Sierra Well

Carson City eyeing rent relief bill

Rent in Carson City has been a hot issue, spurring debate and policies on everything from affordable housing to homelessness.

Carson City Planning Commission approves youth-led virtual reality arcade

A virtual reality arcade proposed for downtown Carson City — run by and for young adults — is one step closer to actual reality thanks to planning commissioners approving a special use permit for the project.

Douglas County sawmill open house draws crowd

A new sawmill in northern Douglas County, on Washoe Tribal land, may be a vital component of future forest management in the region, but neighbors close to the project are having a difficult time seeing past immediate impacts to their neighborhood.

Carson City BBQ hitting its stride

Carson City BBQ will be at the Nugget’s Best of the West Rib Cook-Off from Aug. 31 to Sept. 5 in Sparks.

Carson City cycling into the future

Carson City seems poised for a cycling rush, a change in how residents commute.

Carson supervisors eye $5M for infrastructure bonds

Up to $5.55 million would be used for infrastructure projects, namely the William Street corridor project.