U.S. News & World Report recently ranked three Washoe County School District (WCSD) high schools among Nevada’s top 10 high schools. The Academy of Arts, Careers & Technology (AACT) ranked first in the state, Galena High School ranked second, and Reno High School ranked seventh among the total 139 high schools in Nevada.
t’s been said that money makes the world go ‘round. Well, that’s certainly true when it comes to business. Whether small business or big business, a solid financial statement is necessary for any company to be successful.
It is a historic day in the Biggest Little City. The newly constructed Virginia Street Bridge is now open. The City of Reno marked the historic occasion with a procession and ribbon cutting ceremony Tuesday, April 12.
More than thirty companies that relocated to the Reno-Sparks area in the past year and existing local companies that expanded their workforce in 2015 were honored at EDAWN’s New and Expanded Company Welcome Reception today where more than 300 local business and government leaders were also in attendance.
The Economic Development Authority of Western Nevada (EDAWN) today announced that Sonwil Distribution Center has recently opened a new operation on Longley Lane in Reno, Nevada. Sonwil is a third generation family-owned and operated logistics solutions firm which has been serving regional, national, and international clients for more than 70 years.
As part of its mission to effectively promote statewide tourism and enhance the economic vitality of Nevada, TravelNevada became one of the privileged destination marketing organizations to borrow the Google Street View Trekker. The Google Trekker allows images of less traveled areas of Nevada to be seen via Google Maps and the TravelNevada website.
There are multiple aspects to the Reno River Festival, and the low water levels impacted some parts last year. The kayaking competition, at the heart of the event location, was canceled for the first time in the 12-year history of the event due to low water levels.
The Reno Air Races attracted more than 150,000 spectators from around the world last year. Mike Crowell, president and chief executive officer of the Reno Air Racing Association (RARA), indicated the Air Races “are the only one like it in the world and it is truly a unique sport.” In its 53rd year, the races are feeling some pressure to diversify the event and develop more interest with the Millennial generation.