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EPA fines Fresno facility $34,600

A Fresno heat exchanger refurbishing facility has settled with the Environmental Protection Agency in the amount of $34,600 to resolve hazardous waste violations.

$26M grant boosts Fresno County after-school programs

Up to 4,000 extra Fresno County students will be able to enroll in after-school programs thanks to a $26-million grant.

Fresno apartments go smoke-free

Two Fresno multi-unit housing complexes have adopted smoke-free policies.

West Nile human case reported in Tulare County

(AP) — A Tulare County resident infected with West Nile is the first human case of the virus to be reported in the central San Joaquin Valley this year.

Fresno Pacific aims for 5,000 students

Fresno Pacific UniversityWith more money this year in its budget, Fresno Pacific University hopes to grow to 5,000 students by 2018.

Air district accepting clean tech proposals

The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District announced that its seeking proposals for its Technology Advancement Program to fund emission reducing technologies.

New Chili's opens in Northwest Fresno

The Chili's restaurant that has been under construction at the corner of Shaw and Marty avenues in west Fresno opened on Monday.

United Security Bank declares Q2 dividend

United Security Bancshares, parent company of United Security Bank in Fresno, announced it will issue a 2nd quarter stock dividend of 1 percent to shareholders.

Swearengin says Fresno overcoming challenges

Despite contract conflicts and still short staffing levels, Fresno Mayor Ashley Swearengin shared a year of accomplishments at the State of the City luncheon today.

Work to start on Kingsburg Depot

Kingsburg Depot.
After decades of fundraising, preservation efforts and a $1.1 million state transportation grant, the historic Kingsburg Depot will undergo a refurbishment project that will restore the structure to its 1923 grandeur.