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Monthly Archives: November, 2019

City gears up for Winter Light Fest December 7-14

The City of Reno is trying something new this year for the holiday season: a winter light festival.

PODCAST: What’s next for The City?

Tabitha Mueller and Bob Conrad sit down with Anjeanette Damon from The City podcast to discuss the origin of season two -- and what's next now that the season is complete.

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School District gets cagey about budget violation

A $700,000 budget violation prompted questions about how Washoe County School District notified the public of recent audit results.

Help the Sheriff’s Office catch porch pirates

Detectives with the Washoe County Sheriff’s Office are looking for volunteers from the unincorporated areas of Washoe County to help with a sting operation targeting thieves who attempt to steal packages from doorways.

City targets speeding, drag racing

The City of Reno Public Works Department installed a temporary rubber speed bump outside AACT to curb speeding and drag racing.

Price tag for cannabis grow facility: $7.5 million

A Canadian company has nailed down its plans to buy a Reno-based marijuana grower and processor for $7.5 million.

PHOTOS: Artist documents illegal dumping

Konah Zebert, artist, TMCC digital photography teacher and avid hiker, has been documenting illegal dump sites he has found in the desert.

PHOTOS: Holiday cheer at Summit tree lighting

The annual Lights Up at the Summit, a free community event, had a laser light show, Christmas tree lighting ceremony, live music and more.

PHOTOS: Midtown businesses celebrate season despite construction

Construction work in Midtown hasn't dampened spirits, and Friday evening morale was high at the district's first-ever holiday party.

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