As the City prepares to address homelessness, the City Council is ready to codify a bar on aggregating speakers’ time at the podium during meetings.
Scott Mozier is back to being Fresno’s fulltime Public Works director, deciding the assistant city manager’s job wasn’t for him.
Downtown has had its fling in the limelight. Fresno’s policy-making action these days is in Council District 5.
Fresno City College students, faculty and staff can now ride the city’s bus system for free. The City Council approved the deal on Aug. 3.
The scuttlebutt of The “Hub” – a popular gathering area on City Hall’s second floor – was focused on The Bee’s opinion editor.
Doug Vagim once again is shining a light on the complexity of water regulation in Fresno. His point this time: …
There’s some uncertainty on the local political TV scene: John Malos’ daily one-hour show on Fresno and regional government affairs …
From Vinland Park to Figarden Loop Park: a look at community and “bugs” that drive the city’s systems.
It’s official: Fresno can continue to levy huge fines on landlords who refuse to fix their vacant houses. That’s my …
Planning for the trail’s first segment – the half-mile stretch near Manchester Center – is proceeding without apparent trouble.