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.
State public health officials are requiring visitors to provide proof of vaccination or of a negative COVID test. But each hospital has its own rules beyond that. Here’s a look.
A proposal to beef up rental property check-ups, fees, and punitive fines was rejected following outcry from Merced residents that the policy was ineffective.
Alex Padilla, who was a frequent flyer in the San Joaquin Valley as California’s Secretary of State, made his debut Senatorial swing through the region as a reintroduction of sorts.
Three years after authorizing taxes on marijuana sales and cultivation, the City of Merced brought out its red pen to cut tax rates.
The announcement arrives on the heels of the CDC’s change of tone on mask-wearing for fully-vaccinated Americans.
Does the Fresno Democrat have a favorite project for the central San Joaquin Valley? “No. That would be like trying to pick your favorite child.”
Valley drivers are feeling the squeeze at the gas pump. Just how bad is it in your city? Click to see the prices from today versus 2020.