Business

Local bookstore celebrates the Halloween spirit

Black cats and witches, three-headed devil dogs and skeletons lurk around every bookshelf, poised to surprise customers at The Book Cellar in downtown Lincoln. In business for sev ...

Halloween store delights in fright

Scads of scary creatures moved into a vacant store on Groveland Lane. Dozens of zombies and werewolves and skeletons creep, screech and lurch toward unsuspecting customers who vis ...

Chocolate Lover’s Ball and festival a success

Last weekend was Lincoln’s inaugural Chocolate Lover’s Ball and Chocolate Lover’s Festival. Friday night’s ball, sponsored by the Downtown Lincoln Associat ...

Next year’s NID supplies in question

Nevada Irrigation District (NID) has suspended sales of fall irrigation water because of new state rules, according to an NID spokesman. There are ...

Davis Dean Cellars here one year

 Davis Dean Cellars is celebrating the one-year anniversary of its Lincoln tasting room on Oct. 18. The boutique winery opened its first tasting room in the Lincoln Brand Feed ...

Home, health, business showcase open to public Oct. 17 in Lincoln Hills

Sun City Lincoln Hills is hosting its biyearly Fall Home, Health and Business Showcase on Friday, Oct. 17. Open to the public, the showcase will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Orch ...

Simple Pleasures Restaurant celebrates 35th anniversary

On Oct. 9, 1979, Bob and Doris Flocchini opened Sandwich Alley in the back of a long-existing barber shop. It was not their first business in Lincoln. They had also owned a cold st ...

AARP Tax-aide seeks volunteers for 2015

This year, AARP (American Association of Retired Persons) Tax-Aide, the nation's largest free, volunteer-run tax assistance and preparation service is seeking volunteers for ta ...

Hiring resources for Lincoln businesses

Many of Lincoln’s businesses are small establishments owned by private individuals who directly manage day-to-day operations. Hiring a first employee and/or expanding th ...

Not enough water to go around:

Upset about city officials approving new housing developments during the drought while Lincoln residents are being asked to cut back on water usage, three residents decided to coll ...