Public policy is all about connecting the dots. Two long-running issues have again pushed their way to the top of …
Jeff Tedford’s Bulldogs might not be hauling in Ws against Power 5 behemoths, but they are raking in cash.
The interim Downtown Fresno Partnership chief was 25 when he took office. 30 years later, he’s kept a focus on revitalizing downtown. He could be running to represent Downtown at City Hall.
It looks like city officials have locked up the land for high-speed rail’s heavy maintenance facility, should the bullet-train gods smile on Fresno.
The university’s degree program will partner with McCaffrey Homes to help plan Tesoro Viejo, the first development in the Rio Mesa area of Madera County, north of Clovis.
As big-buck Recharge Fresno projects roll on, City officials are keeping their eyes on Temperance Flat along with residential and commercial water rates.
The word on the street is that Fowler Mayor Pro-Tem Daniel Parra will run in 2018 for the state Senate District 12 seat.
As the entitlement state grows and Universal Basic Income becomes a prevalent talking point, the conversation about jobs starts at our schools.
City officials are fond of public updates on restoring Fulton Street and building Recharge Fresno water facilities. But we’ve heard nothing about BRT.
Failed jobs programs could pave the way for a surprising deal to ensure that Lee Brand gets revenue.