According to the BBB's 2019 Give.org Donor Trust Report, 70% of respondents rated the importance of trusting a charity before giving as essential. However, only 19% of respondents say they highly trust charities.
A year ago, Tahoe Mountain Club announced it would close all facilities after a $14 million infusion of funds across 8 years by the owner had failed to produce sustainable profit margins. Within days, Paradigm8, a Tahoe-based developer, acquired the club — and this year, the property is in the black.
Storey County businessman Lance Gilman had previously sued Sam Toll, owner of The Storey Teller blog, for defamation and demanded Toll reveal his sources. On Thursday, the Nevada Supreme Court ruled 7-0 that Toll and his blog are protected by the state's journalism shield law — and as such, his sources should remain protected.
As a craps dealer decades ago at Harold’s Club, Reno historian Neal Cobb had an inside seat into the rise of the casino, which began as a small gaming establishment and later dominated North Virginia Street with its towering white seven-story building and huge 75-foot by 35-foot mural of pioneers.
Northern Nevada businesswomen Christina Pacifico, Lara Ritchie, Cari Herington, Carolyn Cowan Barbash, Kenia Orellana and Katrina Loftin were recognized at the Girl Scouts of the Sierra Nevada's 17th annual TRIUMPHANT dinner on Nov. 21.
The flight test in Kansas was conducted in November by Iris Automation, a Bay Area-based startup company that in 2018 selected Reno and the Innevation Center as home base for its flight-operations team.
The Retail Association of Nevada estimates that Silver State shoppers spent roughly $639 million over the five-day period across Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year.
The winner of the 2019 Dolan Class Project — with 2,994 votes and taking home $10,000 — is Ms. Johnson's Middle School Robotics Class at St. Albert the Great Catholic School in Reno. Ten other schools will each receive $5,000.
The familiar neon “BAR” sign that welcomed diners to recently shuttered Café at Adele’s in Carson City for decades has been moved to Js’ Old Town Bistro in Dayton in order to keep the sign in the family.
Per the Nevada Department of Agriculture, the rules will guide future laws that will impact Nevada's hemp industry, which has grown roughly 600 percent since 2016 in terms of number of certified growers, handlers and seed producers.
The federal Driver’s License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse will be a secure online database of all positive drug and alcohol test results for commercial driver’s license holders. It's designed to improve safety on the roadways by allowing employers to identify drivers with a prohibited drug or alcohol violation.
Dermody Properties selects the recipients for the annual Thanksgiving Capstone Award with the overall goal of helping nonprofit organizations address the increased need experienced during the holidays. This year's awardee is the Food Bank of Northern Nevada.
Based out of Ely, the Rural Nevada Development Corporation maintains one rural office, and quietly offers a multitude of lending products — home repair and weatherization, down payment assistance and small business lending are all part of the portfolio.
Contestants completed eight maintenance-focused events, including air conditioner repair and water heater installation, during the Oct 18 event in Reno.
It marks the third time Walton’s Funerals and Cremations has earned the Nevada Donor Network's Funeral Home Partner of the Year honor.
Author Carlos A. Ball is an expert on LGBTQ rights, and his knowledge helps to make sense of a subject that turns out to be surprisingly complicated in many ways.
In 2020, FISH will introduce a pilot program called ROADS, or Realizing Opportunities for the American Dream to Succeed, to transition the Northern Nevada families it helps from low-paying jobs to more stable, successful careers.
"Corporate Community in Northern Nevada" will be the focus of the Northern Nevada Business View’s next Breakfast & Business event, set for 7-9 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 5, at the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa.
The NV Energy Foundation announced recently it donated more than $305,000 in the third quarter of 2019 to Nevada nonprofits that support safety and wellness — $145,100 to 25 nonprofits in Northern Nevada, and $160,750 to 23 in Southern Nevada.
Debbie Block began blueprinting her plans for Reno Guns and Range in 2013 after taking over as sole owner of what was then U.S. Firearms Academy. While finding a location was relatively simple, securing a small business loan for a $9 million gun range project, however, proved to be more challenging.