With the cannabis industry making a budding start in the city, the pot market is starting to have an impact on Hanford’s finances.
The pair of Fresno Christian grads, friends since kindergarten, have worked together and challenged each other for years. Now, they’ll serve together.
Two men who claim they were assaulted as children by Monsignor Craig Harrison during his time at Bakersfield’s St. Francis of Assis filed civil suits on Wednesday.
The deal is another notch in the belt for emerging local housing turnaround artist firm RH Community Builders.
The single priority receiving the greatest slice of funds from Kern County’s federal coronavirus stimulus? Homelessness.
The former hospital was set to become a privately-led affordable housing complex before a criminal investigation into a top County official led to a nixing of the deal.
Three years after authorizing taxes on marijuana sales and cultivation, the City of Merced brought out its red pen to cut tax rates.
The Madera City Council took one step closer to opening recreational marijuana shops in the city limits on Monday.
Fresno’s Mayor wants to create a new park at Eaton Plaza in downtown Fresno to serve as the site for commemorative flag-raising ceremonies.
The dynamic real estate market in the Fresno-Clovis area has resulted in sizable gains for home owners in just a single year.