UPDATE: The special council meeting scheduled for Thursday at 6 p.m. has been canceled.
With the highest temperatures of the year happening now, it’s important to know how to keep pets and children safe, especially in vehicles.
Boulder City did not vindictively prosecute a former resident, according to a new order issued by a judge in Nevada’s Eighth District Court.
The number of coronavirus cases in Clark County is projected to continue its rise.
This series of day-in-the-life of stories provides a candid look behind the scenes of the Boulder City police officers who protect and serve Boulder City.
Boulder City’s newest educational leader has old ties to the town.
Two of Boulder City’s top staff members say the upcoming discussion about terminating their employment contracts is in retaliation for their testimony in an internal investigation of complaints filed against the mayor.
The termination of employment contracts with City Attorney Steve Morris and City Manager Al Noyola will be discussed at a special City Council meeting Aug. 6.
City Council did not violate the open meeting law at a meeting in October, according to a recent opinion from the Nevada attorney general’s office.
Local businesses and financial institutions are becoming creative with the current struggle to receive coins from the Federal Reserve.
Boulder City High School’s Class of 2020 was finally able to celebrate graduation even though the commencement ceremony was different than ones in the past.
Bars, taverns and other drinking establishments in Clark, Nye, Washoe and Elko counties will remain closed for at least another week in hopes of slowing the spread of COVID-19 but will reopen in three other counties where infection trends have improved, Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Monday.
A possible Southern Nevada Water Authority project in the Eldorado Valley could increase water efficiency in the region, but Boulder City’s mayor said he thinks it’s actually a way to bring large-scale development to the area.
A city employee has tested positive for COVID-19; however, that person’s name and position cannot be revealed due to privacy laws that do not allow employers to release personal health information.
Two local principals are moving ahead in starting the 2020-21 school year with online instruction instead of in-person classes due to a recent decision by the Clark County Board of School Trustees.
Life here on Earth hasn’t gotten much better in the past few months as COVID-19 continues to ravage communities and limit some of our activities.
Several siblings living in separate foster homes were recently able to reunite and spend time together at a nearby water park.
The completion of a multimillion dollar renovation project along Boulder City Parkway was celebrated by the city Monday, July 13.
Even though the Fourth of July in Boulder City looked different this year, it was still a great day in town as people came together to celebrate independence and freedom.