Photos by Steve Andrascik/Boulder City Review
It’s not just a name on the door. When you come to Woods Family Sandwiches, you are treated like family and served by family members.
After falling more than 27 feet since the start of the year, Lake Mead got a bit of a bump thanks in part to the August monsoon season.
Starry, starry nights in Boulder City will soon be easier to see.
Boulder City Chamber of Commerce is one of six Southern Nevada chambers of commerce that endorsed the Community Schools Initiative that would split up the Clark County School District if voters approve it in 2024.
Rehabilitation is care that can help you get back, keep or improve abilities that you need for daily life. These abilities may be physical, mental and/or cognitive (thinking and learning). You may have lost them because of a disease or injury, or as a side effect from a medical treatment. Rehabilitation can improve your daily life and functioning.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic continue to ripple through the nation, complicating the operations of businesses and the lives of people and, unexpectedly, their pets.
The Boulder City Council met Tuesday evening for a relatively light meeting in terms of agenda items. The fire department gave its annual presentation to the council, two bills were introduced and an ordinance that will provide 0.94 acres of land to the Nevada State Railroad Museum was unanimously approved.
While many people are fretting over the massive reduction of water at Lake Mead, the over 387 species of animals that call the lake home have also had to adjust to the drought.
Jamie Curreri has joined the city as its new public works director. He started Monday and replaces Keegan Littrell, who left in May for a position with Henderson.
It’s summer and triple-digit weather season in the Boulder City and the Las Vegas Valley. While the heat can be a nuisance to some, rattlesnakes are thriving and catching some rays.