For more than a decade, Carole Fisher has led Nathan Adelson Hospice. But recent changes in the health care landscape are making the job more challenging.
Surrounded by Nevada’s desolate desert beauty, a once high-flying community is making a comeback.
Visitors to downtown Las Vegas who’ve enjoyed the free Wi-Fi connection can expect a quicker experience on their next stop there.
We seem to be at a particularly delicate time in the history of American business.
The Heritage Foundation has compiled a convincing case for the next president to assault the many follies of federal “science.”
“I am tired of talking about the recession! The recession is over, and Las Vegas is moving forward.”
A promising new chapter is ahead for Southern Nevadans who, for the first time in their lives, have stable housing and the keys to their own apartments. The first keys were presented to former foster children during a ceremony June 1 at Olive Crest’s Project Independence facility. The presentation featured housewarming gifts, living room and bedroom furniture donations from Best Mattress, tours of the new residents’ living quarters and remarks from Olive Crest and Bank of America executives.
If you’re an economic and/or tax refugee who’s fled New Jersey, Illinois, or Connecticut, here’s some advice.
We stand on the precipice of a brave new world — Las Vegas as a pro sports town.
“For nearly 40 years, Nevada ranked at or near the bottom of all 50 states and most territories in getting back federal tax dollars that its residents and businesses send to Washington, D.C.,” Miles Dickson, principal at The JABarrett Co. told the Nevada Corporate Giving Council luncheon June 10.