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Reno-Sparks jobless rate dips to 2.8 percent in October

November 20, 2019

According to the state, a rising workforce in both construction and manufacturing continues to drive growth in the Truckee Meadows, much of it resulting from the boom at the Tahoe Reno Industrial Center in Storey County east of Reno/Sparks.





Sparks Florist opens store inside Renown hospital

November 19, 2019

Sparks Florist — which bills itself as Northern Nevada's oldest and largest florist — was established in 1960. The new location inside Renown Regional Medical Center marks the company's fourth storefront in the region.







Reno sisters open wellness-focused interior design company

November 15, 2019

Flow Designs is a female-owned interior design business that focuses on "finding balance, wabi-sabi and flow in the home, and encourages a happy and healthy home by creating space in areas, sustainably sourcing materials and furniture free from harmful toxins."




Resort near Donner Summit hits market for $6 million

November 15, 2019

Kingvale Recreational Resort off Interstate 80 in Soda Springs, about eight miles from Donner Summit and 45 minutes or so west of Reno, has been listed for $5,999,000 by California Outdoor Properties.


Boutique bridal business opens in Midtown Reno

November 14, 2019

"Reno is growing and I’m excited to expand the offering and help some of the brides with more specific tastes be themselves on their special day," said Natalie Mills about opening Moonlight Lace.


Reno, Sparks fulfillment centers to hire 1,085 seasonal workers

November 14, 2019

According to job postings listed for the Reno and Sparks locations, wages for seasonal positions such as Warehouse Material Handler and Warehouse Fulfillment Specialist range from $13 to $17 an hour, with most offering a 30--a-week hour guarantee.



Douglas Co. slaughterhouse: Commission unanimously denies appeal

November 14, 2019

Citing concerns about the flood plain and a septic system that state regulators said they would have to research, Douglas County commissioners on Wednesday evening agreed Centerville is the wrong location for the controversial meat processing facility.