The Omaha Police Department will hold a Fireworks/Gun Amnesty Day from this Saturday from 9:00 until 3:00.
More than $11.5 million in funding for 32 programs has been approved by the United Way of the Midlands Board of Directors.
The Omaha Public Library’s Summer Reading Program continues through the end of July.
Omaha ranks 11th out of 50 cities whose parks were studied by the Trust for Public Land.
Alegent Creighton Health dedicated a new garden outside its Cancer Center yesterday.
Humanities Nebraska is partnering with several community organizations to bring Chautauqua to Papillion this week.
Drought conditions remain over the southwestern part of the Missouri River Basin, according to the U-S Army Corps of Engineers.
Educating families about how to have a fun and safe summer is the goal of the annual SAFE Event.
Over the last 25 years, Youth Frontiers has worked with over 1.2 million students across the country.
The Omaha Police Department in partnership with Salem Baptist Church is holding a Gun Amnesty Day tomorrow (Saturday) from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.