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Henderson Assisted Living

Information About Assisted Living Facility in Henderson

Gentle mountain slopes surround the city of Henderson, including the McCullough Range which is covered in black rock from a volcanic explosion that happened millions of years ago. Having evolved into a metropolis of more than 270,000 residents, Henderson is the second largest city in Nevada. This community, located in the southeastern part of the Las Vegas Valley, has a small-town feel that makes it something very special. Seniors who choose assisted living in Henderson are happy to call this place home.

Henderson Attractions

A variety of things to do and visit await residents of assisted living in Henderson. The Hoover Dam is an extremely popular destination which has been offering guided tours since 1937...

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Coalition: Nevada rental housing is least affordable in US

RENO, Nev. — Rising housing costs have broken a 10-year-old record in Reno, and the most recent data shows Nevada ranks last among all states for providing affordable rental housing for its poorest families.

A report released this week based on 2016 figures also ranks Las Vegas last among U.S. metropolitan areas for the second year in a row in terms of affordable rental housing. It’s the fourth year in a row Nevada has finished last statewide in that category, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition.

The Reno/Sparks Association of Realtors says the combined median price for an existing single-family home in Reno and Sparks reached $370,000 last month.

That tops the previous record of $365,000 set in January 2006 during the height of the housing bubble.

Diane Yentel, presiden...

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Family of dead Henderson judge suing doctor in fentanyl case

LAS VEGAS — The family of a Henderson city judge who died last year with the powerful opioid fentanyl in her system has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a doctor charged in another case with illegally distributing the drug.

The lawsuit against Dr. Steven Holper was filed Feb. 27 in Nevada state court by Diana Hampton’s ex-husband, Henderson police Lt. Scott Hampton, and her two children, ages 14 and 12.

A message left Wednesday at Holper’s medical office was not immediately returned. Court records do not indicate if he has a lawyer in the civil lawsuit.

Holper, 66, was indicted last month by a federal grand jury in Las Vegas on seven charges of unlawful distribution of fentanyl and 22 counts of providing false statements to Medicare and private health insurance companies...

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