When does City Hall’s desire to honor worthy Fresnans turn into an abuse of Fresnans’ time? The City Council is about to find out.
While the Fresno City Council seeks to swipe office space from the Brand administration, just how empty are City Council offices?
A new water conservation plan on the table at Fresno City Hall today could help push more water to homes in the city.
The next U.S. census is in 2020. But, Fresno County’s Katherine Martindale says, “it’s not too early” to begin preparing for the Big Count.
A fight over control of office space sounds like a tempest in a teapot. But the issue might be another sign of the growing rift between a Council majority and Mayor Lee Brand.
A new idea would tap funding for consolidating Fresno’s two rail lines to help aid transit problems caused by trains.
Local taxpayers are starting to get a sense of what it means to unwind the original vision for California’s bullet train.
Things are about to get really interesting for Fresnans who care about the fate of Blackstone Avenue. The Planning Commission …
Thanks to millions in bond debt and hefty rent payments, the Fresno Grizzlies are typically under the microscope of the City. Except in 2018.
Much like the street it sits on, the Helm Building is beginning the long process of urban rebirth, courtesy of developer Sevak Khatchadourian.