The report deals with the challenges of funding police infrastructure in a world where technology and public expectations are constantly changing.
City Hall has proof that the reopening Fulton Corridor to vehicular traffic has been a success both to business and the community’s quality of life.
The city is looking to extend a program known as “Accessible Fresno Small Business Initiative,” which provides free ADA inspections to small businesses.
Despite roughly 30 percent of bus rapid transit riders not paying their fare to ride the bus, the City of Fresno seems pretty unconcerned. Why?
There may be a path to finding the team a Fresno-based stadium site by 2020 while also resolving one of the most vexing properties in City Hall’s portfolio.
Regardless of ZIP code, if you’re looking at a 2020 ballot in Fresno County you can expect to see one or more of these up for vote.
The City of Fresno may loan nearly $400,000 of its federal HOME funds to an affordable housing project proposed for Chinatown.
Fresno sees fortune in its “Reverse Triangle.” Before it can boom, the City is looking to approve a plan to revitalize properties along Elm Avenue.
Following hospitalization Tuesday due to a blocked artery, Presidential contender and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders will not be visiting the Valley.
Fresno Police Auditor John Gliatta sat down with The San Joaquin Valley Sun to discuss the challenges of oversight in today’s law enforcement environment.