Fresnans across the city are being posed a very simple question: Street or Mall? Today starts another tenuous process of deciding whether or not the 40+ year old Fulton Mall will remain a traffic-less area, or whether the blacktop will return and recreate Fulton Street. We’ve got a poll for you guys, go ahead and … Read more
Mayor Ashley Swearengin and leaders at City Hall are deliberating whether to invest in a project for the Hotel Fresno. Instead of investing in a scattered plan at improving and rejuvenating Fresno’s downtown, Alex calls for Fresno to develop a city center in North Fresno that models what downtown could have been like.
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With the issues facing City Hall, will there be a challenger to Mayor Ashley Swearengin in 2012?
We’re asking for your opinion on the recent creation of a graffiti and prostitution. The position will pay more than that of Mayor Ashley Swearengin, City Manager Mark Scott and Police Chief Jerry Dyer.
While Andreas Borgeas has put up a spectulative bid for Fresno County Board of Supervisors, he’s begun to start fundraising. Borgeas is heading back to his roots with a Greek-themed fundraiser in early May. The event invitation, sent to supporters is still under the guise of Borgeas’ unprecedented exploratory committee. Alongside Borgeas will be Mayor … Read more
The Latest from the Interwebs FROM THE DUES: A Speller’s Guide to Libya’s Leader With a multitude of ways to spell it, the Libyan colonel getting the world’s attention has one name that the American media loves to botch up. We’ve got a break down of who’s naming Col. Muammar al-Gaddafi with alternative spellings. More … Read more
It seems as if Californians expected something different from Gov. Jerry Brown when it came to reforming the state’s crippling budget situation. With the state deficit rising, there is only one thing that Brown must do: cut like none other. Putting aside Brown’s pending tax hikes, budget cuts were to be expected from either Brown … Read more
From Fighting Hunger to the Buttdrag, this is comprehensive look at the Central Valley is rightly dubbed ‘The State of the Valley.’