The new store in the Park Crossing shopping center, which replaces the location at Blackstone and Barstow, will feature wider aisles, deeper shelves for more of the same products, the store's "captain" says.
Fresno State grad Daniel Malcolm’s Sparkle Ties are now available at Orloff’s Jewelery, Fresno Lexus, and online. Sparkle Ties are often classic designs, but set with rhinestones or Swarovsky crystals. Custom designs are available as well.
Patrons at downtown Fresno's HoP PK restaurant, which opened in Novemeber, can wait up to an hour for table service, but they keep returning, establishing the downtown restaurant and pub as a thriving business.
Robert Yano, 93, who grew up in Kingsburg, was sent to an internment camp in Arizona concentration camp with other Japanese Americans during World War II. He later enlisted in the Army and became a decorated soldier. Yano has been sharing his experience with visitors at the exhibit.
Commonly known as "king cakes," these oval shaped cakes takes their name from the biblical three kings or wise men who visited the infant Jesus in Bethlehem on Three Kings Day, Jan. 6. The oval represents a kings’ crown. Mexican and French bakeries around the central San Joaquin Valley sell rosca de los reyes and galette des rois, both known as king cakes. This video was first published Dec. 2014.
Sugarloaf Ranch, a nearly 5,000 square foot home, is nestled in the foothills northeast of Clovis. It features a three-sided fireplace, Idaho quartzite for the patio, dual staircases, a guest house, and wine cellar.
Two local taco trucks form the Taco Truck Throwdown, El Jaliciense and El Premio Mayor, rolled up, opened their kitchens and served free tacos and burritos to the homeless outside Fresno's Poverello House Friday night.
Magnolia Crossing, an assisted-living center by Innovative Development and Living Solutions of California, is scheduled to open January of 2018 in Clovis. The community can house up to 60 seniors in a homelike setting that encourages interaction among residents and staff.
Richard Burrell started the program after seeing children living in substandard housing and around bad influences. On Tuesday, a special Christmas celebration was held for the kids at Tree Of Life in Fresno.