"Promoting the Carson Valley area for film production leverages the region’s assets appealing to filmmakers to generate direct dollars and positive economic impact for Douglas County," says Rob Hooper of the Northern Nevada Development Authority.
Nevada is also parting ways early with the contract vendor that staffed an unemployment call center and has also been accused of unprofessional service and an inability to resolve many issues.
With escrow expected to close Sept. 15 on a 12.5-acre land sale in Fernley, American Battery Technology Company held a ceremony Aug. 27 about the project, which still needs various permits and approvals.
Vocational education programs are also sometimes known as occupational or technical education, career training, trade schools and apprenticeship programs. Vocational or career education programs prepare and train their students in specialized skills for specific career...
“It’s not just about attraction from the outside. It’s really about connecting employers and seekers wherever they may be; enticing them to come here or connecting them if they’re already here," says Nancy McCormick of EDAWN.
Vic Bucher, Allison Gorelick, Cindy Carano, Dan Lofrese, Edwin Pereyra and Joel Muller recently joined the Community Foundation of Western Nevada's Advisory Board.
The company’s newly released Straight Rye Whiskey and Straight Bourbon Whiskey both were awarded gold medals, with the Straight Rye also winning Best in Class in its category.
After COVID hit this spring, the Nevada Governor's Office of Economic Development shelved its five-year strategic plan and began working on a new 18-to-24 month recovery plan. We spoke last week with GOED's Bob Potts to discuss the “Nevada: Action Plan for Recovery and Resilience" and what it means for the Silver State's future.
In Washoe County, bars, taverns, wineries, distilleries and breweries will be allowed to reopen no later than 11:59 p.m. Wednesday and potentially sooner, with restricted capacity, Nevada's COVID-19 Task Force announced yesterday.
A new law revises provisions relating to health care and the qualified health benefits, effective Jan. 1, 2020, and establishes the minimum level of health benefits that an employer is required to make available to an employee and his or her dependents for the purpose of determining whether the employer is authorized to pay the lower minimum wage rate.
After years of planning, preliminary work is underway on the multibillion-dollar Spaghetti Bowl overhaul. How will area businesses be impacted?
Part of the Grow with Google economic initiative, the certificates are designed to equip participants with the essential skills they need to get a job; Google also announced it is funding 100,000 need-based scholarships enrollment.
Jeff Carter, owner of The Glass Die in Reno, said his business loses about $10,000 a month while being closed and that he expects to go bankrupt in January if bars continue to stay closed.
According to RSAR, the median home price in the Reno submarket (which includes North Valleys) was $469,000 in August, an increase of 14.4% from last year and up 2.5% from July’s record high of $459,900.
"This barrier to conducting business has created a situation where some businesses are reaping the benefits of the rest of our industry being closed and the decreased competition," writes Matt Johnson, owner of IMBĪB Custom Brews, in this Voices column.
Family medicine physician Josh Wood, MD, and pulmonary and sleep medicine nurse practitioner Carrie Yamamoto, MSN, RN, ACNP, CCRN, will see patients at clinics in Reno and Sparks.
RENO, Nev. — Full Tilt Logistics LLC recently purchased its building at 470 East Plumb Lane in Reno. The deal was worth $905,000, according to a news release providing on behalf of the Nevada State...
Reno-Sparks has diversified over the past decade or so from its longtime roots in gaming, construction, tourism and warehousing/distribution. Its new economy is powered in part by the likes of technology giants such as Google, Amazon, Apple, Tesla, Panasonic, Switch, and many, many smaller technology companies that have planted their flags here in recent years.
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