Tuesday, the Fresno County Board of Supervisors considered three maps that were recommended by the Fresno County Advisory Redistricting Commission.
While home ownership among millennials is on the rise, one Valley community finds itself among the worst in the nation for that demographic.
The Fresno City Council unanimously approved a resolution on Thursday rescinding the 2006 ban on speed bumps in the city. Here’s where the first speed bumps will be laid.
The idea, floated publicly while the Delta variant raged, is on the verge of being dropped as university officials consult with public health experts, a report says
“It’s Red Ribbon Week and I stand before you as I’m teaching our kids to say no to drugs, I’m having to fight a dispensary going into my community close to where my children are,” Pinedale Principal Debra Bolls argued.
Following months of applications and interviews away from the prying eyes of the public, the people of Fresno are about to get their first taste of battle over recreational marijuana dispensaries.
With an atmospheric river set to douse the San Joaquin Valley with rain and the Sierra Nevadas with rain and …
“Armchair quarterbacking may be in season, but I’ll put up [Berj] Apkarian’s character, initiative and leadership up against any others,” writes Hrair Messerlian.
The San Joaquin Valley Town Hall lecture series returns in full force for the 2021-2022 season following a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Fresno cannabis retailers are not allowed to be within 800 feet of a school. But, what happens when Fresno Unified’s signature alternative education campus will be built within 800 feet of a retailer?