The Smile Shop Pediatric Dentistry Welcomes Two Dentists to Prac

The Smile Shop Pediatric Dentistry, a locally owned practice in northern Nevada, has brought on two new doctors, Dr. Katie Foster and Dr. Whitney Garol.

The Smile Shop Pediatric Dentistry, a locally owned practice in northern Nevada, has brought on two new doctors, Dr. Katie Foster and Dr. Whitney Garol. Dr. Katie Foster attended Reed High School, then California Lutheran University where she graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology. Dr. Foster received her dental degree at the University of Nevada, Las … [Read more...]

Wine & Ribs For the Community Health Alliance

Community Health Alliance (CHA) will hold its fourth annual Wine & Ribs fundraiser at Bartley Ranch Regional Park at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15.

Fourth annual benefit supports access to medical and dental care for low-income and uninsured Nevadans Reno, Nev. – Community Health Alliance (CHA) will hold its fourth annual Wine & Ribs fundraiser at Bartley Ranch Regional Park at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 15. Proceeds from the event will support CHA in its mission to provide medical and dental care for low-income and … [Read more...]

Heart & Soul: Nevada’s Downtowns

Nevada’s major metropolitan spots haven’t yet achieved that to the degree desired according to experts.

Downtown areas, the core of every city, should provide a central gathering place for all residents and attract visitors and businesses as well. However, Nevada’s major metropolitan spots haven’t yet acheived that to the degree desired according to experts. Most development and redevelopment momentum stalled during the recession. Today, however, several Nevada cities, along with … [Read more...]

Around the State: August 2015

Reno Ranks Among Best Cities for Recreation WalletHub, a personal finance website, recently conducted an in-depth analysis of this year’s best and worst cities for recreation. The study found that, of the 100 largest cities, Reno ranked 10th for best cities for recreation. The study looked at cities across 27 key metrics and the data set included figures such as parkland … [Read more...]

Legislative Review

The last legislative session in Nevada was one of the most productive the state has seen in recent years.

The last legislative session in Nevada was one of the most productive the state has seen in recent years. Love it or hate it, there is no denying the outcomes of that productivity and the work of the 78th Session will be discussed for years to come. With around 1,000 registered lobbyists and as many bills passed, 20 freshmen lawmakers and the state’s largest tax increase, … [Read more...]

Industry Blueprint: The New Normal for Architects and Engineers

“Construction didn’t really slow down,” said Robert Finnegan. “It stopped.” That stoppage included the architecture and engineering sector.

The construction industry is still rebuilding after the recession. One of the hardest hit industries, construction employment declined nationally by 13.7 percent during the downturn, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. “In Las Vegas, construction didn’t really slow down,” said Robert Finnegan, PE, Finnegan Erickson Associates (FEA). “It stopped.” That stopage … [Read more...]

Red Report: August 2015

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E Sale, Retail ADDRESS 4741 E. Charleston Blvd., 89104 BUYER H&J Goldman Properties, LLC SELLER 4741 Charleston Acquisition, LLC DETAILS 4,600 SF; $662,644 APN 161-05-510-007 BUYER’S REP Neil Dela Cruz and Hillary Steinberg of MDL Group SELLER’S REP Ben Millis and Chris Beets of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank Lease, Industrial ADDRESS 2542 Abels Ln., 89115 TENANT … [Read more...]

Business Indicators: August 2015

Business Indicators: August 2015. Includes status of U.S. Nevada, Las Vegas, and Reno economies.

The “third” estimate for first quarter 2015 shows U.S. real gross domestic product decreasing at an annualized rate of 0.2 percent, higher than the negative 0.7 percent growth previously reported in the “second” estimate. The revision consisted of a smaller decrease of exports and a larger increase in personal consumption expenditures. Federal government spending, changes in … [Read more...]

What is Your Personal Mission Statement?

Six Nevada executives share their personal mission statement.

“It is my mission in life to create wonderful long lasting personal relationships. To live with integrity, honesty & unconditional love; And to never lose sight of what is important; family.” Kathy O’Grady Watkins | Partner, Sutton Watkins Advertising & Marketing, Inc. “Make someone else’s life better by what you do.” Matthew T. Dushoff, Esq. | Shareholder Kolesar … [Read more...]

Solutions Recovery Accepting Applications for Art Contests

LAS VEGAS — Solutions Recovery Inc., a leading addiction treatment center based in Las Vegas, announced it is accepting applications for two art contests that will highlight the 12 steps of recovery. The paintings will be featured in the organization’s Wellness Campus and will be officially presented during an unveiling ceremony at Solutions Recovery’s 10-year anniversary … [Read more...]

Smart City Networks Enters into New 10-Year Agreement with San Diego Convention Center Corporation

LAS VEGAS — Smart City Networks, the nation’s largest provider of event telecommunications and technology services for the convention industry, announced that the company has been awarded a new contract with the San Diego Convention Center Corporation (SDCCC), which manages, markets, and operates the San Diego Convention Center, following a competitive bid process. The 10-year … [Read more...]

First-Ever NCJFCJ Justice Innovation Celebration Held In Austin, Texas

The NCJFCJ inaugural Justice Innovation Celebration, Rethink, Reimagine and Redefine Justice for Children and Families was held on Tuesday, July 28.

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) inaugural Justice Innovation Celebration at the 78th annual conference, Rethink, Reimagine and Redefine Justice for Children and Families was held on Tuesday, July 28 in Austin, Texas. Many community leaders from Austin attended the gala including Austin mayor, Steve Adler and first lady, Diane Land, NCJFCJ … [Read more...]

Gatski Commercial Goes Big in Industrial

Gatski Commercial is proud to announce the continued expansion of its Brokerage Services Division, welcoming several Senior Brokers.

Gatski Commercial is proud to announce the continued expansion of its Brokerage Services Division, welcoming several Senior Brokers from the former Lee & Associates Las Vegas office. Melvyn Koich, Stephen Spelman, Craig Summers, and Kim Koich-Keyes will be playing key roles in the continued development of the company’s industrial and land divisions. Gatski Commercial has … [Read more...]

Las Vegas-Based Hospitality School Readies for Trade Show and Exhibition Boom

When the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority earlier this year made the historic $191 million purchase, TISOH kicked into high gear.

LAS VEGAS – When the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority earlier this year made the historic $191 million purchase of the Riviera hotel-casino to build the Las Vegas Global Business District, The International School of Hospitality (TISOH) kicked into high gear to help ensure a qualified workforce would be ready when the project is complete. The Las Vegas Global … [Read more...]

Nathan Adelson Hospice Partners with Grant Morris Dodds Law Firm to Collect ‘Back to School’ Supplies for Local Elementary Schools

Nathan Adelson Hospice partnered with Grant Morris Dodds law firm for its annual ‘Back to School Drive’ to help local students in the 2015/2016 school year.

Las Vegas – Nathan Adelson Hospice, the largest non-profit hospice in Nevada, has partnered with Grant Morris Dodds law firm for its annual ‘Back to School Drive’ to help local students in the 2015/2016 school year. From now until Aug. 21, the hospice and law firm locations will serve as drop-off points for much-needed school supplies for the students at Robert L. Taylor and … [Read more...]

Nevada State Bank Provides Free Financial Education to Thousands Throughout Nevada

LAS VEGAS – As the state’s oldest and largest state-chartered bank, Nevada State Bank believes it has a responsibility to provide financial education to people throughout Nevada. Each year, Nevada State Bank employees volunteer to teach classes to school children and adults on topics ranging from budgeting and saving money to preventing identity theft and using credit … [Read more...]

Colliers International | Las Vegas Updates July 24, 2015

Find the latest real estate and commercial real estate updates from Colliers International - Las Vegas as of July 24, 2015.

LAS VEGAS – Colliers International – Las Vegas announced the finalization of a sale to Mez Desert Properties LLC. The approximately 3.85-acre retail property is located in the Decatur Twain Plaza at 3650 S. Decatur Blvd. in Las Vegas. The transaction amount was $7 million. Scot Marker of Colliers International represented the seller, Watumull Enterprises Ltd. LAS VEGAS – … [Read more...]

On National Tequila Day Let the Spirits Move You

Cue the Champs on the iPod and break out the tumblers — National Tequila Day is coming Friday, July 24.

Cue the Champs on the iPod and break out the tumblers — National Tequila Day is coming Friday, July 24. Bars and taverns valleywide will offer drink specials to mark the occasion. Mundo, a Latin chic restaurant at 495 S. Grand Central Parkway, Suite A-116, will offer tequila drink specials at lunch. Mingo Kitchen and Lounge, 180 S. First St., will offer the specials all … [Read more...]

New Markets Tax Credit Financing Spurs Economic Growth in Nevada

The U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund announced more than $3.5 billion in New Markets Tax Credit awards.

Recently, The U.S. Treasury Department’s Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund) announced more than $3.5 billion in New Markets Tax Credit awards. No Community Development Entities (CDEs) from Nevada received any allocation this year. Last year, the City of Las Vegas received $28 million from the federal program. “Even though no Nevada CDEs received … [Read more...]

Nevada State Bank Helps Award $300,000 Affordable Housing Grant

ELKO – Nevada State Bank presented a $300,000 Affordable Housing Program grant from the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco to Community Development, Inc., for its 40-unit rental project, Winchester Court, under construction in Elko. Winchester Court will serve residents earning from 40 to 50 percent of area median income with a portion of units reserved for households … [Read more...]