Rick Galusha has spent his working life near the intersection of Harvell Drive and Galvin Road.
Bellevue West won both halves of a girls and boys doubleheader at Papillion-La Vista on Tuesday night.
Midlands Community Foundation's Matching Charitable Program is now available through Jan. 5.
The Sarpy County Museum hosted more than 75 holiday merrymakers during its annual Christmas Open House on Sunday, Dec. 4.
Bellevue University head softball coach Michala Cimino announced Friday the signing of 5-8 pitcher Breanne McMurtry of Bellevue to a letter of intent to join the Bruin softball program beginning in the fall of 2023.
"Sleigh" the holidays this year and get in the spirit. Check out these Omaha-area events and make sure to mark your calendars and check them twice.
Bellevue Public Schools is holding a community technology sale Thursday, Dec. 8, from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Frank Kumor Career Center, 2812 Arboretum Drive.
A Bellevue principal was among three recognized as a Metro Area Lozier Foundation Outstanding Principal.
Bluebarn patrons can purchase Christmas ornaments bearing the names of elderly people in need from a “Giving HeARTS” tree at the theater and the ornaments will be distributed to local senior citizens.
The Omaha Community Foundation will lead an effort to build a network of community health workers who will help at-risk moms and their babies have good birth outcomes.
With a 74-46 win over Lincoln in their home opener, Bellevue East girls basketball improved to 2-0, while the boys lost 56-36 to the Links in Papillion on Saturday.
Bellevue West overcame a rough first quarter in their home opener with defense and eliminated empty offensive possessions in an 86-58 win over Papillion-La Vista South on Saturday, Dec. 3.
Do you have a string of Christmas lights that won’t work anymore? Perhaps you’re just downsizing after realizing you have too many holiday decorations.
Sarpy County’s business and nonprofit leaders gathered on Oct. 27 at the Beardmore Event Center in Bellevue to attend Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Awards Celebration.
The Omaha Community Foundation recently awarded $487,639 in Fund for Omaha grants to 22 local nonprofits. The grants support organizations leading racial equity and social justice work in Douglas and Sarpy counties as well as Pottawattamie County in Iowa.
Michelle Andahl, president and CEO of the Bellevue Chamber of Commerce & Community, was honored with the 2022 Legacy Award from Omaha’s Women on a Mission for Change.
Sarpy County Attorney Lee Polikov is the Sarpy County Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 Elected Official of the Year.
The Nebraska School Counselor Association recently selected Bryan High School Principal Rony Ortega as its 2022 Administrator of the Year.
The first cohort of graduates have completed their program of comprehensive community supervision through the Sarpy County Wellness Court.
Bellevue East swimming and diving aims for the boys team to return to state and for the girls to make their first trip in ten years, while Bellevue West faces a drop in numbers.
After narrowly missing out on state duals last year, Omaha Bryan boys wrestling aims to make it to Kearney with five individual state qualifiers returning.
After just two wins during the regular season, Bellevue East boys basketball was able to win back-to-back games before district tournament play, when they lost to eventual state champion Millard North.
Police Chief Ken Clary has overseen a transformation of the Bellevue Police Department.
The Sarpy Serenaders barbershop chorus will hold its 23rd annual "A Community Christmas Serenade" show on Sunday, Dec. 4.