Any person who has kids, is a kid, or was a kid realizes the problems that school boards face in their attempts to educate the K-12 public. Along the muddled political lines of education, school boards are consistently tasked with focusing their funds and attention on a small group of issues facing the district. Usually, … Read more
The County of Fresno has issued an eviction notice for Occupy Fresno, giving them until midnight on Tuesday to leave Fresno County Courthouse Park. If they leave, what will happen to the local movement attempting to gain traction in the community?
Protest of Hanson, trustees pay marks second major policy priority by Occupy Fresno. They’ve protested outside of Fresno’s federal building and River Park, camped out at the Fresno County Courthouse Park and sat-in on City of Fresno Committee Meetings, but nothing quite compares to Occupy Fresno’s parliamentary tactics on display last night at the Fresno … 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.
From Fighting Hunger to the Buttdrag, this is comprehensive look at the Central Valley is rightly dubbed ‘The State of the Valley.’
UPDATE: We’ve begun to speculate what Oprah and Gayle were doing here in Fresno. Officially, we know that an air date for the Fresno/Yosemite Episode will be at the end of October (sources have told the Dues that REI employees are prohibited from divulging information regarding the visit until the end of October). Here’s our … Read more
North Fresno’s perennial hangout now has an iPhone app. Yes, River Park has an iPhone app. So, what are we to expect from River Park’s app? How about a list of shops, movie times, a map, and a calendar of events. The real question, as cool as having an app is, does it work and … Read more