The mayors of the six cities in Merced County aren’t holding back ammunition against a proposed ballot measure to raise the sales tax.
In spite of threats from Newsom to withhold federal COVID-19 relief funds, the two cities are sticking to ordinances declaring all businesses as essential.
Atwater declared itself a sanctuary city for businesses amid the initial shutdown. Coalinga declared all of its businesses essential.
Merced will soon be on the hunt for a new city manager after firing former city manager Steven Carrigan on Monday.
Merced County Sheriff Vern Warnke issued a dire warning to county residents over the recent spike in coronavirus cases in the north Valley.
The designation means the county will receive extra targeted engagement from the state to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Gov. Gavin Newsom declared closing time for the San Joaquin Valley’s bars on Sunday. Citing a swell of coronavirus cases, …
Merced households will receive a letter with a code that can be redeemed for $25 worth of merchandise at participating local businesses.
Valley counties are beginning to move forward in Gov. Gavin Newsom’s plan to reopen the state from the coronavirus pandemic.
The Valley’s restlessness over shelter-in-place is boiling over, with two local jurisdictions voting to reopen their economies on Friday.