Scott Mozier is back to being Fresno’s fulltime Public Works director, deciding the assistant city manager’s job wasn’t for him.
Downtown has had its fling in the limelight. Fresno’s policy-making action these days is in Council District 5.
The scuttlebutt of The “Hub” – a popular gathering area on City Hall’s second floor – was focused on The Bee’s opinion editor.
The impact of job creation and work in Fresno is immune to hyperbole.
Fresno’s west of Highway 99 population hopes to become a sustainable borough. Traffic and historically-bad planning stand in their way.
Infill development is coming to what might be the snazziest stretch of residential real estate in Fresno.
“In God We Trust” makes its official appearance in the Fresno City Council chamber on Thursday.
Incoming City Manager Wilma Quan-Schecter said she sought “someone with proven experience, integrity and a passion for local government…”
Fresno is a month away from saying goodbye to the Gap Settlement. It will be a happy farewell, though City …
Bus Rapid Transit has a long, complicated history in Fresno. Some insights into why the fare evasion debate adds to the complications.