The fate of Fresno County Supervisorial District 2 is shaping up as a political donnybrook – even if the opening …
Infill development is coming to what might be the snazziest stretch of residential real estate in Fresno.
“This is a tremendous day. This is a historic day,” Bredefeld said at the public debut on Thursday.
There’s a big difference between holding government accountable and holding it in contempt.
There’s a lot at stake at the two City-owned venues financed by the Arts, Parks, Entertainment & Sports (APES) fee.
“In God We Trust” makes its official appearance in the Fresno City Council chamber on Thursday.
Granville Homes President Darius Assemi won again. He came, he saw, he conquered on behalf of what City Hall sees as the meaning of the 2035 general plan.
Incoming City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter said she sought “someone with proven experience, integrity and a passion for local government…”
What do you do with a watchdog that doesn’t bother to show up for the watch?
High-speed rail progress makes longstanding public and private malaise about Chinatown troubling.