After finally approving the cannabis application process last December, Madera set its tax rates for all marijuana operations.
Madera’s long-running saga to kickstart the city’s cannabis operations has finally come to fruition.
Once again, Madera’s future pot shops are kept waiting as lawmakers could not muster up enough support Wednesday evening to pass the city’s cannabis business permits ordinance.
Following a protracted, months-long stalemate over how to handle vertically-integrated licenses, Madera is back on track to take applications for weed shops.
From starting up new businesses to new housing construction to production, here’s a look at how the Valley is performing post-pandemic.
Two weeks removed from a report showing minimal COVID-related hospitalizations and ICU stays for Valley kids, where do we stand now?
Students and staff at the Fresno and Madera County-based junior college campuses will be required to show proof of vaccination beginning Oct. 15 to continue enrollment and access to campuses.
Competing proposals will determine if students attending the largest community colleges in Fresno and Madera counties will be mandated to vaccinate to gain access to campus.
Valley Children’s officials issued grave warnings about mask-less kids, citing the Delta surge. But just how bad is it? New data exclusively obtained by The Sun paints a better picture.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, in pushing for a critical $15 million earmark and backing a controversial shake-up of management, joined the tug-of-war over the San Joaquin River parkway on Tuesday.