Fresno County Economic Forecast: Is a wet blanket on the horizon?
Experts largely see Fresno County reaping the benefits of what the deadly virus changed culturally. Remote work, a dire need

Will Fresno’s red-hot housing market continue into 2022?
A peek into next year’s housing market suggests affordability will continue to slide for first-time buyers nationwide with demand continuing

Black chamber purchases space to relocate headquarters
The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce is getting a place of its own. The chamber announced its relocation from

snow survey

State Water Project announces first-ever 0% initial allocation
The first allocation of the water year has been announced with drought conditions prompting the Department of Water Resources to

Fauci: 1st US case of COVID omicron variant identified in California
(AP) — A person in California who had been vaccinated against COVID-19 became the first in the U.S. to have

Experts largely see Fresno County reaping the benefits

A peek into next year’s housing market suggests

The Fresno Metro Black Chamber of Commerce is

snow survey

The first allocation of the water year has

(AP) — A person in California who had

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