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Henderson theater cancels play after lead actor’s death

The theater production during which an actor had a heart attack and later died has canceled the remainder of its performances, the show’s director wrote in an email early Tuesday.

Henderson man started Mesquite resort designed for youth sports teams

Andre Carrier saw the potential in Mesquite as a hotbed for youth sports, and the Henderson resident envisioned an all-in-one resort that caters to those teams. He helped open the Rising Star Sports Ranch Resort, 333 N. Sandhill Blvd., in October.

Two Henderson ZIP codes in top 20 statewide for median home price

Henderson has five of the 50 most expensive ZIP codes by property value in Nevada, with two listed in the top 20, according to a recent study. According to the report by real-estate website PropertyShark, the 89052 ZIP code is the 15th most expensive in the state, with a median price of $329,000. It’s also the fourth most expensive area in Southern Nevada.

Henderson police look for robbery suspect

Henderson police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a convenience store robber.

Henderson might hear less airport noise under new FAA system

At least one Henderson resident is hopeful noise at McCarran International Airport will significantly decrease as the Federal Aviation Administration studies whether to modify flight paths as soon as December 2019 in what’s known as the Las Vegas Metroplex project.

FBI to pay for Henderson police overtime as part of crime program

The Henderson Police Department is set to participate in the FBI’s Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force. The FBI will reimburse the city for overtime salary expenses up to $17,753 per officer per year.

Henderson nonprofit Friends in the Desert plans open house to recruit volunteers

Jerry McCord Jr. was an aspiring DJ in Chicago before he moved to Southern Nevada seven years ago. He said he’s been homeless half that time. He finds solace, however, in the dining room of St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, 43 W. Pacific Ave., where he sits with other homeless residents and has a meal prepared by Henderson nonprofit Friends In The Desert.

Ascaya debuts first showcase home in Henderson — PHOTOS

Last year, SB Architects was tapped to create one of six showcase homes in Ascaya, a Henderson luxury community, to stimulate buyer’s imagination.

Blues with a side of Bacon festival debuts in Henderson

Hundreds of people flowed in and out of the Blues with a side of Bacon festival in Henderson Saturday afternoon, enjoying food from vendors like Bacon Bar, Standard & Pour and Masterpiece Cuisine.

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