Northern Nevada Business Weekly

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Western Nevada College is restoring nursing classes at its Fallon campus. Our contributor Brook Bentley of Northern Nevada Business Weekly has more.

A partnership between Churchill County, the U.S. Department of Labor and the college is making this change possible by allowing WNC to use a large laboratory space located one mile from the Fallon campus.

Affordable Senior Housing Breaks Ground In South Reno

Oct 11, 2016
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A new affordable housing project for seniors broke ground in Reno this week. Our contributor Brook Bentley of Northern Nevada Business Weekly reports.

Vintage Housing and GreenStreet Companies held a ground-breaking ceremony for Vintage at The Crossings, a 230-unit senior apartment complex. The project marks the first large-scale affordable housing project to break ground in a decade.

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Twitter is finally offering some wiggle room on its signature limit of 140 characters per tweet. Now, users can add certain items, like photos, polls, quote tweets, and videos without having those attachments run down their precious character counts.

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Carson City’s first medical marijuana dispensary is set to open this month. Our contributor Brook Bentley of the Northern Nevada Business Weekly has the story.

Reno Biz Profile: Capstak, Inc.

Oct 1, 2016
Annie Conway / NNBW

A company called Capstak announced this week that it's relocating its headquarters to downtown Reno. As more details emerge, let's check in with our contributor Brook Bentley of the Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

Capstak is an online meeting platform for commercial real estate professionals. It helps them find deals, source capital and identify both business partners and service providers.

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A new hotel in downtown Reno held its grand opening last night. It's a Courtyard by Marriott located near the Aces baseball stadium and the Truckee River.

Reporter Brook Bentley with our media partner Northern Nevada Business Weekly says the opening represents a larger shift in downtown accommodations.

"The Courtyard by Marriott is joining the trend with properties like the Whitney Peak Hotel and the Renaissance Marriott in being non-gaming  facilities located in downtown Reno," Bentley explains.

Alexa Ard

The Drug Enforcement Administration, or DEA, recently announced that it's opening some doors for research into cannabis, but at least for now, the drug will remain listed as a Schedule I controlled substance. Our contributor Brook Bentley of Northern Nevada Business Weekly breaks down what this all means.

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Median housing costs have risen to more than three-hundred-thousand dollars, the first time prices have hit that mark since the recession. That's according to a recent report published by Northern Nevada Business Weekly.

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