Volunteering is a great way to give back to the Fresno community. There are dozens of places you can choose to volunteer at,
There’s no denying that the craft beer scene is taking the nation by storm, with California being the epicenter of the movement. According
According to a recent police report, the crime rates in the Tower District from May and June to July and August have reduced
Fresno is working to become a more bicycle friendly city to ensure the safety of bicyclists. The non-profit Cultiva la
An aquarium may be coming to Fresno in the next year of two.
The nonprofit 501(c)(3) Aquarius Aquarium Institute of Fresno was founded
There are a lot of construction projects going on in Downtown Fresno. Here are a couple of changes that are underway:
The New Valley Dream Center opened its facilities this week to host a tour to friends, volunteers, partners and law enforcement. In
The Downtown Fresno Create Here Competition, organized by the Downtown Fresno Partnership, announced the chosen winners Thursday.
Bitwise Industries recently opened their newly renovated hundred-year old building in downtown Fresno located at 700 Van Ness Avenue. It’s boasts 50,000 square feet
Storyland, a local 60-year old Rotary park has re-opened after a long break. They usually close for the winter and re-open in the
The Fresno Economic Opportunities Commission has partnered with Self-Help Federal Credit Union to open a new branch in Southeast Fresno. The branch will
Fresno is in top 5 U.S. Cities Bouncing Back Strongest From the Recession, says Brookings Institution »
The Brookings Institution, a Washington DC Based nonprofit public policy organization focused on conducting high-quality, independent research recently published their annual
A ceremonial ground breaking for the California high speed rail is scheduled this Tuesday, January 6th in Fresno. 1200 community leaders have been invited