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TRACKING THE SOUTH VALLEY FLOODS
At their Tuesday meeting, the Madera County Supervisors learned the county is now seeking public input on its housing sites inventory and reviewed the 2022 crop and livestock report.
At its Tuesday meeting, the Visalia City Council took steps toward annexing 95 acres into the northern city limits for the development a 541-home subdivision.
On top of the $250 million in state funds for revitalizing downtown Fresno over the next three years, the city is set to receive $43.7 million in state grants to build downtown infrastructure for housing. City officials said the new funding from the California Department of Housing and Community Development (HCD) will finance key infrastructure…
Resources for Renters
If you are a renter who thinks your housing might be in need of repairs that your landlord is refusing to fix, the City of Fresno’s Anti Slum Enforcement Team may be able to help.
Last week, a wildfire smoke cloud moved over Fresno, triggering an Air Quality Alert for the entire central San Joaquin Valley. Clovis and Fresno Unified, the region’s two largest school districts, were caught off guard and took no action despite air-quality readings that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says should have forced students inside and…
Paid Fresno tutor jobs are available at several local schools. Successful applicants can receive student loan forbearance, childcare assistance, and other benefits.
Cal/OSHA Fresno is expanding due to an increase in complaints and extreme heat inspections in the region of California home to hazardous industries like agriculture and meatpacking
Kaiser Permanente healthcare employees are voting on whether to authorize a strike. Some say a Kaiser worker strike as soon as October is likely.