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The Business Journal website snags state award

Art Pineda, designer and developer of TheBusinessJournal.com, poses with the second-place CNPA award.The Business Journal website took second-place honors at the recent 2013 California Newspaper Publishers Association Better Newspapers Contest.

Rail contractor seeks hauling businesses

Tutor Perini/Zachry/Parsons is seeking companies to haul away demolition material as it prepares to build the first stretch of high-speed rail through the Central Valley.

Dinuba Grocery Outlet to host grand opening

Dinuba is the latest Central Valley town to receive a Grocery Outlet, with a grand opening this weekend.

Export training seminar planned for Dinuba

The California Center for International Trade Development (CITD) at State Center Community College District will host a training seminar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 10 at 199 N. L Street in Dinuba.

Senior care firm offers free home safety checks

The Fresno and Madera counties franchise of Home Instead Senior Care is offering free home safety checks to senior citizens in order to prevent injuries.

Valley foreclosures still falling

Foreclosure rates in Fresno and other Central Valley locations decreased for the month of March over the same period last year, according to newly released data from CoreLogic, a global property information, analytics and data-enabled services provider.

Premier Valley Bank declares cash dividend

Fresno-based Premier Valley Bank announced a cash dividend of 7 cents per share, payable to shareholders of record on June 2.

The Bar Method expands with new studio

The Bar Method in Fresno is expanding with the addition of a second studio, more classes, three more teachers and a kids club set to launch June 9.

Fresno interior design firm wins dealer award

Fresno furniture dealer CORE Business Interiors was designated as a 2014 Best in Class dealership by Haworth, Inc.

Report: Valley makes strides in clean tech

While not a mecca of energy efficiency and innovation like the Bay Area, a new report showed the San Joaquin Valley on the forefront of some important clean technology trends.