With county governments across the Central Valley gearing up for a busy 2022, Valley counties are beginning to telegraph their approach with state and Federal lawmakers.
Mayor Matthew Serratto said a large concern has been finding ways to get downtown property owners to step up and have skin in the game within the community.
It took two months, but Merced lawmakers finally have a path forward on how to spend $27.4 million in Federal funds.
The new map, which fell short of unanimous support from the Board of Supervisors, delivered a large shift in the Los Banos area.
Merced becomes the second Valley community to agree to settlement terms with pharma giants over the impact of opioid epidemic.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic presenting various supply chain issues, Merced County saw a near quarter-billion dollar bump in crop values.
With a bevy of public support at her back, the Merced City Council decided against censuring Councilwoman Bertha Perez. Perez …
A 60-year push to open a medical school in the San Joaquin Valley received a major boost from Gov. Gavin Newsom.
It appears that a fledgling, Valley-led effort to pushback on PG&E has awoken the sleeping giant that is California’s largest utility.
Thanks to a raft of illegal fireworks being fired off, Merced County residents using the banned fireworks could soon be subjected to higher fines if caught.