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South Valley imaging center has new name

Porterville-based Sequoia MRI rebranded in late March, changing its name to California Medical Imaging Associates. The organization previously had a different name for each of its centers, creating some confusion among partner physicians and patients.

Fresno State partners with Valley Children's with autism center

Fresno State will partner with Valley Children’s Hospital this summer to create a satellite autism center at the Madera County medical facility. 

Kaweah Delta's Gates named 'Pharmacist of the Year'

Dr. Ryan GatesKaweah Delta Pharmacist Dr. Ryan Gates has been named “Pharmacist of the Year” by the California Pharmacists Association (CPhA). 

Legal aid service lands $90K for taxpayer services

Fresno's Central California Legal Services, Inc. has received $90,000 to provide services for low-income taxpayers.

Water commission to meet Wednesday in Fresno

The California Water Commission will hold a public meeting Wednesday in Fresno to provide an update on the California water bond.

Comcast to air Fresno Grizzlies games

Comcast Hometown Network will televise several live minor league baseball games from Chukchansi Park this spring. 

New Quad Knopf digs ‘symbolic’ of Visalia firm’s comeback

Harry Tow (right), previously Visalia’s city manager, co-founded the firm in 1972. At age 89, Tow still works full-time for the firm with President Mike Knopf.Mike Knopf knows firsthand the pain associated with “right-sizing” a company.

Industry predicts strong year for local real estate

Lee Ann Eager speaks at Thursday's Fresno County EDC Real Estate ForecastThe spotlight shone brightly on the Valley’s real estate market Thursday night at the Fresno County Economic Development Corporation’s 12th Annual Real Estate Forecast event.

Fresno Pacific expands nursing program to Merced

Fresno Pacific University (FPU) will expand its nursing program to its campus in Merced next fall. 

South Valley hooks $14.7M for work-based learning

Students in the Mt. Whitney High School health sciences pilot program participate in lab training as part of Visalia Unified's Linked Learning Academy. Photo courtesy of Bill Davis, Visalia UnifiedAfter years of emphasizing college readiness in high school curriculum, school districts throughout the Central Valley are now focusing on work-based learning.