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Monthly Archives: August, 2023

Photos: Longboards Pizza rides the wave into south Reno’s new Meadow Creek shopping center

A newcomer at the Meadow Creek shopping center is Longboards Pizza, a family restaurant and bar owned by the same people behind Yogurt Beach.

Barber: An interview with former Planning Commissioner Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson served on the City of Reno’s Planning Commission, and he recently completed eight years of service on that body. 

Military briefs around Northern Nevada 

Military articles, upcoming events and news briefs compiled by Steve Ranson with the Nevada News Group.

White House estimates 60,000 Nevadans will save from drug price negotiations 

An estimated 60,000 Nevada seniors will pay less in out-of-pocket expenses for the 10 most common, high-price drugs the Biden administration identified this week for price negotiations between Medicare and pharmaceutical companies.

City: River path repairs to be completed mid-Sept.

City of Reno officials this week said that recently started repair work on the Truckee River bike path should be completed mid-September.

How Basin Street Properties continues to reshape Downtown Reno (sponsored)

The company’s scope of services includes development, investment, and management of commercial properties. But at the heart of everything Basin Street does is relationship.

Reno musicians drop new releases: UNR ensemble and Erika Malone

Local musicians have new releases in the works. R&B singer Erika Malone has a new single, and the UNR Wind Ensemble has a new release in October.

Nick the Greek offers fast-casual Mediterranean fare

Nick the Greek is a nationwide franchise with over 100 locations and the Keitzke Lane outpost marks the brand’s first in Nevada.

Las Vegans to subsidize NV Energy disaster prep in Northern Nevada

Southern Nevada residents will subsidize the bulk of NV Energy’s $30 million budget for  disaster preparedness efforts in 2023, most of them in Northern Nevada. 

Sparks council to consider hiring a law firm for ‘potential litigation’ in city manager firing

The Sparks City Council is going to consider hiring a Las Vegas law firm in anticipation of “potential litigation” if the council fires City Manager Neil Krutz next week.

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