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.
The future could look vastly different near Atwater-based Castle Airport thanks to a move by Merced County officials on Tuesday.
The City of Merced is moving forward with a months-old proposal to support a resource center for the minority LGBT communities.
Central Valley municipalities continue to take sides with PG&E’s request for rate increases over the next few years.
From starting up new businesses to new housing construction to production, here’s a look at how the Valley is performing post-pandemic.
Merced government employees are set to receive a pandemic-led boost in their pocketbook, courtesy of Federal stimulus funds.
Merced lawmakers also tweaked the merit-based selection criteria for another dispensary, set to be the city’s fifth.
The hunt for a silver bullet to alleviate a local housing shortage and rein in the largest living expense of residents isn’t proving to be easy.
More than 1,000 students at the University of California, Merced are still hunting for a place to live ahead of a return-to-campus following the coronavirus pandemic.