San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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Two Southwest Yosemite League volleyball programs shined last year in the Division I postseason.
Change is coming — ready or not — during the current triple-digit heat wave hitting the Central Valley.
Intermittent nighttime lane closures have been scheduled for next week on Highway 58 between Highway 99 and Union Avenue, as well as on Highway 99 between Ming Avenue and Wilson Road.
Reader: Are you out of your minds to run this on the front page of the paper? And as the section-front headline ("Trump heads to Putin summit with no clear goal — and worries that he’ll make concessions," July 14).
Built in 1940, the roughly 2,000-seat venue known as The Dome is set to be demolished after its pending sale to Florida-based The GEO Group. The 15,000-square-foot building at 2201 V St. is rich in history, having hosted countless boxing, pro wrestling and musical events. Its final event, a …
The Bakersfield Police Department has received a $98,000 grant to fight alcohol-related crime from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control organization.
Moving from high school to college can be scary and stressful, but Bakersfield College is trying to make the transition a bit easier for incoming freshmen.
No doubt about it, Robby Sawyer is a polarizing figure.
Kern County Supervisor Leticia Perez's court date on two misdemeanor charges is still more than two months away, but the legal maneuvering is already in high gear.
Laura Pereyra was happy. She'd snagged a shadow box at a yard sale in southwest Bakersfield for less than $2.
No charges will be filed against two Tehachapi Police Department officers who shot an unarmed man on May 24, 2017, Kern County District Attorney Lisa Green announced Friday.
Bakersfield College football’s two speedster stars on the offensive end, running back Elisha Ortiz and receiver Cameron Roberson, each have specific goals for themselves for the upcoming 2018 season.
Kern County Supervisor Mike Maggard is hosting a free pet adoption fair from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Kern County Animal Services in Bakersfield, Lake Isabella and Mojave.
The Bakersfield Dome will host one final event Sunday night: a free pro wrestling show.
Tehachapi Winery is in the process of securing permits so that it can produce its first batch of wine on-site in the fall to be exported to Asia.
The local unemployment rate jumped a full point in June as more people entered the workforce, the state reported Friday, even as it noted job gains in key sectors.
Bakersfield College will be offering a new degree, with new courses, in process technology. The degree will prepare students for jobs such as chemical system, water and gas system and petroleum pump operators.
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Over the past year, a fight over water has quietly simmered behind the scenes in Sacramento and throughout the Central Valley. The stakes couldn’t be higher as the outcome will have widespread implications for residents and water rights holders statewide.
I read an article recently where a major pest control company did a survey on the cities with the highest bed bug infestations and Washington D.C. came second on the list.
Back in my college days, I took a class in Advanced Semantics while working on my master’s degree in Chinese history at the same time.