From starting up new businesses to new housing construction to production, here’s a look at how the Valley is performing post-pandemic.
The utility announced Friday it won’t disconnect service from customers greatly past due on their bills, despite the expiration of a California pandemic moratorium.
After the city’s oldest theater was recently gutted, the Fresno City Council is looking to amend the Historic Preservation Ordinance to preserve other historic buildings in the future.
Fresno City Council is set to approve an agreement on Thursday that will outline how non-Minor League Baseball (MiLB) events will operate at Chukchansi Park.
Kings County is moving forward with a mental health services contract for children with a Southern California provider that has a checkered history, cutting ties with Fresno-based Kings View.
Community Health System alleges suing Santé – the region’s largest doctor group – and its CEO colluded to stage a neurosurgeon walkout and threaten the hospital’s Level 1 trauma status.
Fresno’s lengthy cannabis drama is continuing on, with lawmakers opting to appeal the preliminary approval of at least five licenses.
Following coronavirus, one California law is creating lawsuit free-for-all with no limit, and trial lawyers know it, writes Bakersfield businessman Mark DeVries, Jr.
Merced lawmakers also tweaked the merit-based selection criteria for another dispensary, set to be the city’s fifth.
A new housing project for low-income and homeless residents will be on its way to downtown Visalia soon.