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Toy Lending Library Aims To Reach Fresno’s Youngest Learners

Downtown Fresno’s 116-year old ‘Helm Home’ has been a landmark for generations because of its distinctive shape. The mission revival-style home, sometimes called the Alamo House was once at risk of being condemned, but today it’s been impeccably restored to its former glory with high ceilings and flawless wooden floors. …

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Fresno’s S&P Rating Jumps Five Tiers

A key rating agency has given the City of Fresno a big boost. A positive report from Standards and Poor’s could mean big savings for the city. S&P has upgraded the city’s bond rating from BBB- to an A+. That is a five-level increase. Officials say that means the city …

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Fresno’s Storyland-Playland Vandalized

Fresno police are searching for thieves who broke into Storyland-Playland and vandalized the parks. The burglars broke into a storage building and stole recycling bins and a chain saw. They also destroyed an alarm system and an air conditioning unit. The total cost of the burglary damage is about $ …

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125 years of Fresno’s Salvation Army

The Salvation Army of Fresno is celebrating 125 years of ‘doing the most good’ in the community.Soldiers from around the state attended an awards event at the Fresno Convention Center Tuesday night.It was a time to look back at the rich history and honor those who are keeping the mission …

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Fresno’s Maya Cinemas focused on safety

More than 80 people are working on finishing up construction inside the Maya Cinemas for opening day Friday May 22nd. On day one customers will notice an emphasis on safety. The management at Fresno’s newest theater plan to check bags of customers coming into the theater.

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