For the first time, the Elkhorn Public Schools offered a series of niche weeklong summer enrichment for students in grades one through eight during the end of June and this week.
The Elkhorn campus now can legitimately lay claim to being Metro’s “art campus.”
These penguins can't swim, waddle or slurp down fish. But they are lovable, and their owners want them back.
Designers of the new high schools want to accommodate shifting trends in education, while keeping the buildings flexible enough to adapt to future needs.
Flanagan Lake, a flood-control and recreational lake nine years in the making, officially opened at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday against a backdrop of sparkling blue water dotted with kayaks.
Officials said city engineers worked with Union Pacific crews to install traffic signals at 192nd and Blondo to ease congestion caused by the project.
No injuries were reported in the fire at 648 Riverside Drive.
Elkhorn stuck to its playbook of geographically based names Monday night, when the school board voted 5-0 to christen the new school Elkhorn North High School. Board member Aaron Clark was not present.
The Elkhorn Public Schools board voted Monday night to hire an additional school resource officer who would split time among three of the district’s middle schools.
The average American adult travels 26 minutes to get to work, according to government surveys. And while Omaha is light-years from the worst commuting city, both census data and anecdotal evidence suggest our once-simple trips to work are getting longer and harder, too.
There are, according to one estimate, more self-storage businesses in America than McDonald’s restaurants. And self-storage businesses appear to be growing in number and visibility in Omaha. Increasingly, they are fancy garages with features like climate control and drive-thrus. Clearly there’s demand. What is driving it?
If you’re in the mood for a meal heavy with nostalgia, this is your spot.
Two heavy-hitter youth athletic organizations are teaming up to help build a $10 million facility set to sprawl across 135,000 square feet and host up to 400,000 visitors a year.
In addition to yoga, the new location will offer cycling and barre classes. The studio's yoga room will be able to hold about 50 mats and the cycling room will house 30 bikes.
This farmland seems like a winning lottery ticket because it might fetch $40,000 or $50,000 an acre if or when they sell it to a developer. They know that’s serious money. They know it’s inevitable, though they don’t like to think about closing the book on five generations of Rohwers who have farmed in west Omaha — or west of Omaha — since the Civil War.
ACX Cinema 12 is expected to open near 204th and Harrison Streets in the fall of 2019. It will be part of the Coventry development — a 420-acre, $420 million project that began in 2006.
ACX Cinema 12 is expected to open near 204th and Harrison Streets in the fall of 2019.
Omaha-based Metonic Real Estate Solutions helped refine a project it thinks will target an unmet demand in the west Omaha area, said Metonic’s Eric Rodawig. Ravello 192, as it’s called, is planned as a sprawling 11-building town house development offering private entrances and garages for each of the rental residences.
April Williams of CBSHome said the extended home-building burst is driven in part by the dwindling number of existing houses to choose from.
Ryan Lingelbach knew the perfect way to honor his Grandma GG.
Voters approved a $149.6 million bond referendum in March to build the district’s third high school, a new elementary school and a middle school, among other projects.
Saturday night, Ellie Sorensen will lead the third annual suicide prevention walk at her school, Elkhorn South High. The message is this: You are not alone. There is help. And things do get better.
Dirt work already is under way at the 180th Street and West Maple Road site where Elkhorn Public Schools will build a third high school.
Students, teachers and parents have always accepted Caitlin Adams, and the vote for queen was a powerful example, her mom said.