American Legion Auxiliary Unit #14 Juniors and Nevada Pep Youth Make a Difference

by Judy Cobb The American Legion Auxiliary Unit #14 Juniors reached out to the community to participate with their Letters-From-Home-Program where hand-made cards are sent to our troops. Nevada PEP, a statewide nonprofit organization who offers education, empowerment and encourage families of children with all disabilities, arranged a group meeting with their youth families to Read More …

Kiewit accepting sub-quotes by September 23; Project Neon partnering with union

Project Neon Partners With Local Trade Union for Skills Training The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) and Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. have partnered with the Laborers International Union of North America, Local 872, for Project Neon related construction skills training. Craft workers are being directly employed by design-build general contractor, Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. “Project Neon Read More …

Henderson Police Arrest Eight Drivers on DUI Charges During Enforcement Effort

Henderson Police officers arrested eight drivers on DUI charges and handed out more than 280 speeding tickets to motorists and motorcycle riders during a recent enforcement effort targeting impaired drivers. Henderson Police officers, assisted by North Las Vegas Police, Boulder City Police and Nevada Highway Patrol, used saturation patrols to search the area for drunk Read More …

Robby Krieger of The Doors to Perform Free Concert at Fremont Street Experience

  Rock of Vegas Summer Concert Series Continues in Downtown Las Vegas on Saturday, July 23 Fremont Street Experience’s Rock of Vegas concert series will feature Robby Krieger of The Doors, Saturday, July 23 at 9 p.m. on the 1st Street Stage. Krieger gained fame quickly after joining The Doors and went on to write Read More …

City of North Las Vegas to honor former Congresswoman Shelley Berkley 

For the first time since Mayor John Lee took office, the City of North Las Vegas will honor a community partner with a key to the City. Former Congresswoman Shelley Berkley will receive a key to North Las Vegas on July 20 during the North Las Vegas City Council meeting, which starts 6 p.m. at Read More …

Roundup of Client Entertainment, Activities and Special Events

Locals & visitors can stay busy this summer with plenty of offerings for all ages Stay busy this summer with endless entertainment and event offerings from Preferred Public Relations clients including free concerts, pool parties, a special history exhibit, the pole fitness expo and much more. Families and children can enjoy ziplining and summer tennis Read More …

Henderson Police Will Patrol in Two-Officer Units After Fatal Baton Rouge Police Officer Shootings

Henderson Police announced Sunday that all officers will be patrolling in two-officer units after three officers were shot and killed in Baton Rouge earlier today. While there have been no credible reports of any threats to Henderson Police officers, Police Chief Patrick Moers ordered that all patrols and responses to calls for service be done Read More …

Desert Meadows Area Health Education Center Collaborates with Nevada Colleges to Introduce the First CAMPMED Program 50 High School Students to Attend Three-Day Medical Camp July 21-23

Desert Meadows Area Health Education Center, a service of Vegas PBS, and several partners, including: WGU Nevada, College of Southern Nevada, Nevada State College, Roseman University of Health Sciences, Touro University Nevada, UNLV, and UNR. Desert Meadows AHEC and several universities and colleges in southern and northern Nevada are collaborating to present CAMPMED, a three-day Read More …

Project Neon Night Work July 17-22 in Downtown Las Vegas, Traffic Restrictions

The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) will be doing nightly Project Neon related construction work from Sunday, July 17, through Friday, July 22, in downtown Las Vegas. There will be temporary lane restrictions, as needed.   Sunday, July 17 – Monday, July 18 The two right lanes of northbound Martin Luther King Boulevard will be Read More …

Baskin-Robbins Celebrates National Ice Cream Month with Launch of Polar Pizza and Donation Program in Honor of the USO’s 75th Anniversary

  July is National Ice Cream Month and Baskin-Robbins is celebrating all month with the launch of its Polar Pizza, a donation program to support the United Service Organizations (USO) and the introduction of a new ice cream flavor, USO Patriot Pop. The donation program and new ice cream flavor are in honor of the Read More …