New shops and restaurants announced Oct. 17 include: Sierra Standard (Tom Turner's new Reno restaurant), Base Camp Pizza Co., Rolled Mountain Creamery, Dorinda's Chocolates, Hinoki Sushi and Village Dental.
Adam Alter, author of "Irresistible: The Rise of Addictive Technology and the Business of Keeping Us Hooked,” spoke with the NNBV about America's ongoing tech addiction epidemic.
RBC Wealth Management recently welcomed a new team — the IC Team, formerly of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management — to its Reno branch.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau's website, you can earn up to $17 an hour in Washoe County and Carson City for a census taker position:. Rates for Douglas and Churchill counties, meanwhile, are listed at $15 an hour.
Bellevue, Washington-based DreamBox Learning announced the partnership Oct 17, describing the move as one that will "provide Nevada educators access to research-driven live webinars, on-site trainings and other professional development resources that will help them further personalize their math instruction for each student’s unique growth and learning needs."
The official completion of phase one of Reno's Neon Line district on Oct. 16 also marks the start of phase two — the addition of two sculptures and eight historic neon signs within the next six months.
According to the American Gaming Association's Attitudes on Casino Gaming 2019 survey, "the increase in favorability coincides with a surge in casino visitation and a widespread perception that the industry provides innovative, high-quality entertainment while supporting economic growth."
Homewatch CareGivers, which was founded in 1980 and has about 200 locations across the U.S. and internationally, announced Oct. 15 the opening of a new location at 955 S. Virginia St. Ste. 219.
Saint Mary's purchased the ExcelsiusGPS robotic navigation platform from Globus Medical, one of the world's leading musculoskeletal implant manufacturer, for close to $1.5 million.
Anchored by Sprouts Farmers Market and Marshalls/HomeGoods, the 212,647-square-foot Sparks Galleria is located on Disc Drive and Galleria Parkway east of Route 445/Pyramid Way.
According toWIN, Liotta will talk about what makes each generation tick, along with what ticks them off, in addition to addressing stereotypes while sharing key takeaways for attracting and keeping top talent from across generations.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development, the state departments of Business and Industry and the Health and Human Services are partnering to help set priorities for the nearly $40 million in Housing and Urban Development grants the state receives each year.
Red Dot Management specializes in acquiring and resolving third party liability healthcare claims from motor vehicle accidents. The company recently relocated to Midtown and expects to fill as many as 20 jobs by next year.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, local meal prep company Mother of Macros is donating a portion of proceeds throughout October to the local Breast Cancer 2 Bikini program.
New fraud research published by the Better Business Bureau shows that people who live alone or have low financial literacy levels are more likely to lose money to fraudsters.
Lithium Nevada announced recently the company has entered into an exclusive agreement with North American Coal Corporation (NACCO) to serve as exclusive contract miner for the $1.3 billion Thacker Pass lithium project near Orovada.
The donation was raised through the Sierra Nevada Realtors' participation in Carson Tahoe’s annual Hopefest event and through the annual Cornhole for a Cause competition.
The $900,000 construction project began in February. Further, Mission Senior Living's first residential community, Mountain Lakes Estate Retirement Living, broke ground in August 2019 and is slated for completion next summer in South Reno.
“I received a cancellation from the buyer on Thursday of last week and that the Ormsby House is back on the market,” Kim Fiegehen, who represents the sellers, told the Nevada Appeal on Wednesday.
Thanks to a $1.25 million grant from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, an interdisciplinary team at the University of Nevada, Reno, has committed to graduating six doctoral and four master’s degree students in an effort to advance technology and automation in the mining industry.