Sales surge for Northern Nevada solar companies

Solar panels and battery systems had renewed appeal for people spending far more time in their homes having less certainty the lights will stay on.

Tips for starting and running a happy, successful business with your partner

The entrepreneurial lifestyle in Carson City can be challenging, yet rewarding, and having someone to share that journey with can be fulfilling.

Jim Valentine: Should I sell or should I buy now?

In markets such as we are currently experiencing both buyers and sellers often find themselves in a quandary about whether to act.

BOTOX Tips Strait from Our Dermatology Experts

BOTOX® Cosmetic is hugely popular, with approximately $3.2 billion spent on it in just one year (and projections it will grow to $4.6 billion annually by 2024).

Small business grants bill passes unanimously through Nevada Legislature

Effectively declaring a state of emergency, the Legislature on Thursday passed the bill appropriating $50 million to restart the grants program for small businesses.

Ronni Hannaman: Locally made candy sure to please this Valentine’s Day

It’s February and that means Valentine’s Day is just around the corner.

Despite ongoing difficulties, Northern Nevada’s office market will endure, experts predict

The work-from-home trend shows no signs of ending, either, as office workers en masse eschew commutes and cubicles for home offices, increased family time and a healthier work-life balance.

Report: Nevada sports books won with Bucs' Super Bowl upset

LAS VEGAS — Super Bowl wagers in Nevada totaled more than $136 million, and sports books reaped almost $12.6 million with the upset victory by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers over the Kansas City Chiefs, state gambling regulators reported Tuesday.

Carson City, smaller markets expect economic stability in 2021

Nevada's smaller markets and rural communities are in varying degrees of rebounding from the COVID recession.

Home demand continues to climb as inventory shrinks and prices soar

Sierra region Realtors sold 3,319 homes in 2020, a 3.5% increase compared to 2019.

Kelly Bullis: IRS Direct Pay

If you owe the IRS and want to get their computer off your back, do NOT mail a check to the IRS. The solution? Direct pay.

Jim Valentine: The Nevada Legislature

The Nevada Legislature is commencing its bi-annual session. As a citizen it is very important that you pay attention to what decisions are being made.

COVID restrictions expected to reduce Super Bowl betting

Gaming officials expect COVID-19 restrictions will reduce the amount of money gamblers bet on this Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Suit seeks moratorium on new cellphone towers at Lake Tahoe

A federal lawsuit seeking a moratorium on construction of new cellphone towers at Lake Tahoe claims Verizon Wireless and regional regulators are failing to adequately consider potential harm to public health and the environment under antiquated rules that turn a blind eye to modern technology.

Carson Tahoe Health’s planned construction transforming medical campus

If you’ve been by Carson Tahoe’s medical campus lately, you may have noticed a large connector bridge between the Regional Medical Center and Sierra Surgery.