With backing from the County, a Fresno developer is looking to convert 33 acres of hospital facilities into affordable housing units in southeast Fresno.
Two of San Joaquin Valley stone fruit producers announced that they completed a merger to become the nation’s largest stone fruit producer on Wednesday.
The Oakland-based nonprofit health giant and a collection of unions announced a tentative, four-year contract to avoid a nationwide strike in mid-October.
A lawsuit filed Monday against Paul Blanco and his eponymous dealerships alleges deceptive practices toward customers and lenders.
The food company settled with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission over allegations it gave preferential treatment to Hispanic job applicants.
As Airbnbs grow in Fresno, so are neigbor complaints. Fresno City Councilman Garry Bredefeld wants to regulate short-term rentals to maintain stability.
Valley unemployment rates in July were up across all counties, California’s employment department announced in updated figures on Friday.
California regulators are hearing from the public before weighing in to either approve or deny the rate increase, including a stop in Fresno on Wednesday.
While a national strike by Kaiser workers would be the largest U.S. strike since 1997, it would also affect more than 1,200 employees in Fresno.
Renovate America, the largest PACE lender, was accused of failing to disclose its loans took priority over homeowners’ mortgages.