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"Six-minute Marathon" this weekend in Clovis

The Fresno Pulmonary Hypertension Support Group will host their third annual Six-Minute Marathon at Railroad Park in Clovis on Saturday.

60-MW solar project kicks off in Mendota

Local officials gathered in Mendota today to celebrate the start of a 60-megawatt solar project.

Hanford Costco project seeks input

Hanford Marketplace developers are asking the local community for input on what businesses and restaurants they would like to see in the new shopping center.

Foreclosure rates in Valley continue descent

Central Valley foreclosure rates continue to be lower than the national average, according to new data from CoreLogic.

Full-scale retail project slated for Madera Ranchos

The Madera Ranchos area at Avenue 12 and Road 36 is slated for a 40-acre shopping center to be called “Liberty Village in the Ranchos.”The Madera County Board of Supervisors is set to vote next month on the first full-scale commercial development in the fast-growing Madera Ranchos area.

Hanford to receive regional planning award

The City of Hanford was recognized along with consultants Quad Knopf and Zumwalt-Hansen & Associates for a plan to revitalize the city's eastern downtown and entrance.

PG&E grants $40K to Fresno organizations

Two Fresno organizations were awarded $20,000 each from Pacific Gas & Electric Co. as part of the utility's program to support economic and job creating efforts throughout its Northern and Central California territory.

South Valley property values increase $206.4M

Property values in the southern San Joaquin Valley increased 5.5 percent in the last year, the state Board of Equalization reported.

China Peak holding job fair

China Peak Mountain Resort will be conducting a hiring fair all day Friday and Saturday at Sierra Vista Mall in Clovis.

Kings County avoids falling home sales

September homes sales were up 0.4 percent in California compared to the month before.Home sales fell throughout the state in September, although Kings County continued to be among the few exceptions.