More money is coming to the city’s coffers as council members recently approved adding land to a lease option held by Silver Peak Solar LLC.
Fraudulent unemployment claims were recently filed against some city employees, but they were not caused by a breach of the city’s or the state’s computer systems, according to officials.
A new motion to dismiss some of the claims in an Eighth District Court case against the city has been filed, and a hearing is scheduled for 9 a.m. Nov. 5.
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A small business is taking a big step forward and moving into a new location in downtown Boulder City.
A special meeting scheduled for Tuesday to discuss firing City Attorney Steve Morris was canceled because the process server did not give him proper notice of the meeting, despite initially saying he did.
An increased risk of potential water shortages in the Colorado River Basin is expected for the next five years, according to projections released earlier this week by the Bureau of Reclamation.
Boulder City has a new grant program to help its small businesses and residents weather through the COVID-19 storm.
Boulder City will not lose its spot on the National Register of Historic Places even though it no longer has enough contributing properties in the historic area.
Students in Boulder City may receive money to pay for meals they missed out at the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
The volatile nature of tourism, which plays a significant role in Boulder City’s economy, has led some of the town’s leadership to explore the idea of attracting other industry opportunities to the community.
The city will not have to allocate money from the general fund to pay for its legal representation in a Nevada District Court case involving two of its staff members, according to the head of the finance department.
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.
The motion for a preliminary injunction to prevent City Council from terminating the employment contracts for the city attorney and city manager was denied the morning of Sept. 3 by Jim Crockett, a judge in Nevada’s Eighth District Court.
A plan to terminate the employment contracts of the city attorney and city manager and deny them their severance pay may have begun more than a year ago, according to a new motion filed in a District Court case against the city.
A local church wanted to thank public safety and medical personnel so its members organized a thank-you card drive to show their appreciation.
Several government agencies recently solidified their commitment to provide reliable hydropower to support the electrical systems in the nation.
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.