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.
Fresno County Supervisor Steve Brandau hosted a “thank you” party on Tuesday evening at the Elbow Room in Northwest Fresno after being sworn-in.
A proposal considered by the Fresno City Council draws new lines in the separation of powers between the Council and Mayor’s team over hiring lawyers.
California voters might want a mulligan (golf lingo for “second chance”) regarding Proposition 6 on last November’s general election ballot. …
The City announced an interim Parks Director in T.J. Miller who has proven leadership skills and considerable expertise in organization and solving complex problems.
Future of Downtown Fresno “experience” to be considered by Fresno City Council with discussion of BRT and cap-and-trade funds.
Fresno County Transportation Authority board weighing plan for a first-class surface road running west from Fresno to I-5 which could move more people per year than the bullet train on its truncated route.