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Security Properties Acquires The Edge at Traverse Point in Henderson, NV

SEATTLE, June 7, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On June 6, 2019, Security Properties purchased The Edge, a 296-unit, Class-A garden-style community located in Henderson, NV.

The Edge at Traverse Point is located within the highly desirable Henderson submarket. Situated just 20 minutes southeast of both the Las Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas, Henderson has historically been the area’s top-performing submarket. Rents in this area have increased approximately 20% over the previous three years and was one of the metro’s first submarkets to bounce back after the recession in terms of rent growth.

The asset has a strong micro-location at the intersection of Wigwam Parkway and N. Gibson Road with a grocery-anchored retail center within ½ mile...

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Henderson switching to less-thirsty grass for city ballfields

North Las Vegas isn’t the only local government getting paid to take out its thirsty grass.

The Southern Nevada Water Authority board signed off last month on a roughly $1 million rebate for Henderson to convert 10 ballfields to a warm-season turf that uses less water.

The city will receive $1 per square foot through the authority’s Water Efficient Technology Program to replace about 1 million square feet of cool-season fescue grass with a hybrid Bermuda grass that goes dormant in winter, when it only needs to be watered about once a month.

Henderson spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said the change is expected to save 22.4 million gallons of water annually, enough to fill 34 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

But not everyone was happy with the rebate deal.

In his last meeting as a member of the a...

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Henderson mother gives birth as husband drives

**Embargo: Las Vegas, NV** Without the help of doctors or even 911 dispatchers, a Henderson couple delivered their baby in an unplanned, unexpected place. Their baby girl was born as the father was driving his wife to her checkup at the hospital.

Henderson, NV (KTNV) — Without the help of doctors or even 911 dispatchers, a Henderson couple delivered their baby in an unplanned, unexpected place.

Michael Addison, the father, told 13 Action News it was a “beautiful nightmare” since their baby girl was born as he was driving his wife to her checkup at the Henderson Hospital.

Addison’s other three younger kids were in the back seat, his two daughter were crying since his wife was in obvious pains.

The mother was in the passenger seat having contractions, and it wasn’t long before she delivered ...

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Billionaires should help pay for affordable housing, Bernie Sanders tells Reno crowd

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders holds campaign rally in Montpelier, Vermont, on Saturday, May 25, 2019. Ryan Mercer, Free Press Staff Writer

America needs millions of new affordable housing units, and ought to raise taxes on billionaires to help pay for it, two-time Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders told a Reno audience on Wednesday.

“When I talk about infrastructure, I’ll tell you what else I’m talking about: The need to build millions of new units of affordable housing,” Sanders said in front of a diverse crowd of more than 1,500 supporters gathered for a rally in City Plaza. “All over this country, you have people paying 40, 50, 60 percent of their limited incomes in housing.

“That is absurd...

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Groundbreaking underway for Fallen Firefighters Memorial

CARSON CITY, NV (KOLO) – The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada broke ground on the Nevada Fallen Firefighters Memorial Thursday, May 16, 2019 in Carson City.

The Nevada Fallen Firefighters Memorial, on the grounds of the
Capital Complex, is designed to stand as a tribute to the men and women who gave their lives to protect their fellow Nevadans.

Speakers at the event included Governor Steve Sisolak, Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford, Assemblyman Jason Frierson, Senator Nicole Cannizzaro and Angelo Aragon, President of the Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada.

The Professional Fire Fighters of Nevada was founded April 4, 1960, and includes 2,600 active members and 100 retired members through 20 Locals that include Clark County, Boulder City, Carson City, Central Lyon County, East Fork,...

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Henderson to vote on Golden Knights hockey facility next week

Golden Knights owner Bill Foley speaks during a news conference at City National Arena in Las Vegas, Thursday, April 25, 2019. (Nathan Asselin Las Vegas Review-Journal)

Henderson may pay more than $10.7 million to bring a Golden Knights hockey facility to its downtown.

Knights owner Bill Foley has already signed paperwork to lease the yet-to-be built facility next door to City Hall. But the City Council is scheduled to vote on the agreement May 21 to make it official.

The proposed arena would replace the aging Henderson Convention Center at Water Street and Atlantic Avenue, and is expected to cost at least $25 million to build, according to city records. The convention center would be torn down to make way for the facility.

City spokeswoman Kathleen Richards said officials expect the proje...

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Golf: Bergen Catholic, Pascack Hills, Old Tappan, River Dell among Big North winners

Will Celiberti wins individual honors and leads Bergen Catholic to the team title at the Big North Conference Golf Championship Bergen Bracket. Greg Mattura, Staff Writer, @gregmattura

ROCKLEIGH – Bergen Catholic will head into next week’s NJSIAA golf sectionals with a championship mindset.

Pascack Hills, Northern Valley at Old Tappan and River Dell also can swing into the sectionals on a winning note.

Bergen Catholic won the Overall title at Friday’s Big North Conference Championship Bergen Bracket, while Pascack Hills, NV/Old Tappan and River Dell earned division titles.

Bergen Catholic carded a shoot-five, count-four score of 306 at par-72 Rockleigh Golf Course to finish 18 strokes ahead of arch rival Don Bosco.

Will Celiberti led Bergen Catholic to the Overall title at the Big North Co...

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Henderson installs new crosswalk signals after two students hit by car

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1-year-old girl in Nevada dies after Rottweiler bites her

HENDERSON, NV (KLAS/CNN) – A Nevada family is in mourning after a 1-year-old girl succumbed to injuries she sustained when she was bitten by a family friend’s dog.

Investigators with Henderson Police and Animal Control responded Saturday morning to a Henderson, NV, home in response to a dog bite incident.

The dog, believed to be a 4-year-old Rottweiler belonging to a family friend, bit the 1-year-old, leaving her with life-threatening injuries.

“I am speechless… I’m sure the family is hurting. Anybody would hurt by a situation like that, to lose a child. And now, with the dog doing something like that, I have no remorse for the animal anymore,” neighbor Michael Seed said.

Animal control officers took custody of the dog, and at the request of its owner, the Rottweiler was euthanized.


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