With two recreational cannabis dispensaries up and running in Hanford, a third will soon be on its way.
The California-based iconic fast food chain has steadfastly refused to comply with San Francisco requirements to demand proof of vaccination to enter its restaurant.
It appears that a fledgling, Valley-led effort to pushback on PG&E has awoken the sleeping giant that is California’s largest utility.
A permanent farmer’s market may be on its way to downtown Fresno.
The suit demands Fresno halt issuing cannabis licenses, invalidate the 21 licenses issued, and reinstate scuttled applications.
“This, by your own admission, is going to bring problems,” a Tower resident told weed entrepreneurs. “We aren’t really looking forward to this at all.”
Environmental advocates and Kern County are locked in a fresh legal battle over issuing oil permits following a 2020 appeals ruling.
For the first time in more than a year, Tulare County’s Economic Development Corporation has the backing of all local jurisdictions.
The Bastille, the historic Kings County Jail located in Hanford’s Courthouse Park, has long served as the subject of a land use quandary for local officials. That may finally change.
When it comes to operating a retail cannabis location in Fresno, former MLB pitcher Matt Garza is on the outside looking in.