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Neighborhood Industries gets $1.5M to renovate Tower District building

FRESNO, Calif (KSEE/KGPE)- Neighborhood Industries announced its campaign to purchase and renovate its building, which is currently under lease in the tower district.

Neighborhood Industries have been a part of Fresno’s Tower District since 2008 employing those who have little to no work experience.

Fresno State Gets $4M from State for New Mobile Health Units

Healthcare in Fresno County’s rural and disadvantaged areas is getting a $4 million boost thanks to a state appropriation secured by Assemblymember Dr. Joaquin Arambula, D-Fresno.

The money will purchase two new mobile health units and also support and provide stipends for nursing students who sometimes travel long distances to provide health care services, including COVID vaccines and boosters, flu shots, and blood pressure and blood sugar screenings

Arambula’s Bill to Help the Blind Is Signed by Newsom

A bill by Assemblymember Joaquin Arambula (D-Fresno) signed Sunday by Gov. Gavin Newsom will help Californians with vision loss.

AB  2480 updates the training that blind people receive. And, it requires the state Department of Rehabilitation to award grants to private organizations with demonstrated expertise in serving adults who are blind or have low vision.

Latino arts and culture center in Fresno gets $7 million. How Arte Américas will spend funds

Arte Américas, the only Latino cultural arts center in the central San Joaquin Valley, had to temporarily shut down during the pandemic and was significantly vandalized. While it was closed, the center had its windows broken, its air-conditioning system wrecked, its exterior electrical wiring cut and experienced two trespass situations through their roof.

Voters push to take local redistricting from politicians

California’s independent redistricting commission has received generally good reviews for its new maps that voters are using to elect legislators and members of Congress in November. 

Voters who say they are disenfranchised want similar panels to draw their local districts — and they’ve gone to the Legislature to make that happen.