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Job fair Wednesday for Downtown Summerlin

Job fair Wednesday for Downtown Summerlin

A job fair is set for next week for the highly anticipated new shopping center Downtown Summerlin.

The fair will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Summerlin Ballroom at Red Rock Resort.

Positions are open at the numerous retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues at the shopping area. There are both full-time and part-time positions available. There are also management and administrative jobs.

The security firm for the center and the janitorial company will also be looking for employees.

Applicants will be seen on a first-come, first-serve basis upon arrival at the fair. People should bring a current resume and a list of work-related references.

To see some of the positions that are available and are already posted online, go to downtownsummerlin.com/job-fair/.

The new shopping area is set to open Oct. 9. 

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Police looking for two people who robbed a grocery store

Metro Police are looking for two people who robbed a Smith's Grocery store at gunpoint.

According to police, the robbery happened just after midnight Tuesday at the Smith’s at Charleston Boulevard and Hualapai Way.

The two robbers came into the store and forced three employees to lie on the floor. While one robber held them at gunpoint and stole their wallets, the other took money from the casino clerk.

The suspects were last seen heading east out of the parking lot.

Lanes on Alta Drive back open after rollover crash

LAS VEGAS --  Lanes are back open on Alta Drive at Rampart Boulevard after being closed because of a rollover crash.

The crash happened at around 12:15 p.m. Monday when a single car rolled over in front of Tivoli Village shopping center. One person was trapped in the car and Las Vegas Fire & Rescue were able to pull the victim out of the car. 

The victim suffered minor injuries.


Clark County schools settle lawsuit with former teacher

Clark County School District has settled a lawsuit involving a former teacher.

Former teacher Karen Giardina will receive a $185,000 settlement from the Clark County School District for her lawsuit claiming disability discrimination.

Read more in the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

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Police search for man who robbed businesses in July

Police search for man who robbed businesses in July

​Metro Police are looking for a man who robbed several businesses in the area of Rainbow and Charleston boulevards in July.

One of the robberies happened at around 5:20 a.m. July 22, the suspect entered the business, displayed a handgun, pointed it at an employee and demanded money.

After taking the cash, the man left the building on foot and ran through a shopping center parking lot.

He is described as a black man between 25 and 35 years old. He is 5 foot 9 and 170 pounds. He was wearing a blue hoodie, chrome aviator-style sunglasses and dark gray pants. He was carrying a large framed semi-auto handgun.

Anyone with information is asked to call Metro’s robbery section at (702) 828-3591, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

Driving You Crazy: Faded lines in northwest valley

LAS VEGAS - A resident of Summerlin says street and crosswalk lines along Buffalo Drive, Lake Mead Boulevard and Vegas Drive need repainting.

The City of Las Vegas is currently repaving Lake Mead. The project includes new pavement markings for crosswalks, arrows and bike lanes. Crews will refresh the markings in 2016.

Vegas Drive from Michael Way to Jones Boulevard was repainted last year.

Concern regarding Buffalo Drive is warranted. The 2014-2015 school year starts in two weeks, and Richard Bryan Elementary sits southwest of Buffalo and Lake Mead.

Buffalo from Lake Mead to Cheyenne Avenue will be restriped, as will crosswalks at Bryan Elementary later this month. The city refreshes paint at school crosswalks once a year and replaces nearby pavement markers every two years.

What's driving you crazy? E-mail your traffic questions and complaints to Demetria Obilor.

Maru’s Pizza & Italian Bistro is tribute to family and tradition

Food and family at the center of a pizza eatery near Summerlin.

There’s a little corner of Italy just east of Summerlin — Maru’s Pizza & Italian Bistro. Step inside, and you’ll be greeted by host Gaetano Naccarrato, whose accent gives away his Italian roots.

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