With countless signs, the “Help Us, Help Fresno” initiative directs charitable givers and down-on-their luck Fresnans to nonprofits focused on services.
Fresno’s neighbor to the northeast is busy making sure it, too, is drought resilient during what figures to be a 21st century full of impressive growth.
Four years after striking a deal to build a live-work-play space south of Chukchansi Park, developers are looking for additional cash from taxpayers.
Fixing years of mismanaging Federal funds is creating new headaches as Fresno’s City Council wants to nix the consultants tasked with charting a new path.
The move to build a fourth office building comes as the City of Fresno attempts to increase collaboration on public works with the County.
In a veto message, Fresno Mayor Lee Brand said the City Council failed to collaborate with his administration and the policy broke with the City Charter.
Fresno County’s half-cent sales tax for regional transportation has been in effect since 1986. Leaders are looking to extend it in 2022, five years early.
One of Police Auditor John Gliatta’s case studies on the Fresno Police Department reaffirms the amount of sound judgment it takes to be a police officer.
Fresno State’s President will represent the Mountain West Conference on the body that operates the College Football Playoffs.
Fresno’s City Council looks to be conducting a power grab. You know how it is with power grabs in a big institution: once you start, it’s hard to stop.