San Joaquin Community Hospital hosts free lectures and lunches as part of their ongoing Community Education Series
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- High school roundup for Jan. 23
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- Condors drub Colorado 7-2 for sixth straight victory
- Frontier beats BHS in boys wrestling, snaps 30-year league title run for Drillers
- BC men’s basketball wins conference opener
- Man wanted by BPD after allegedly assaulting woman
- Art lovers on red alert for winter exhibition at Bakersfield Museum of Art
- Pints en pointe for Bakersfield City Ballet fundraiser
On Sunday, Robert Price's ongoing series looks at Westpark, the middle-class Bakersfield neighborhood cut in half by the new Centennial Corridor freeway, due to open in 2021.
When he's at work in local almond orchards, passers-by often stop to ask Hank Gorman whether the property owner know he's knocking over their trees. And every time he gives the same answer: "The farmer called me."
A Bakersfield woman scared away two burglars after firing a shot from a legal firearm she owned, the Bakersfield Police Department said in a news release.
A deceased male was found in the backyard of a southwest Bakersfield home Wednesday morning, the Bakersfield Police Department confirmed after combing over the property nearly all day.
Like any good parent, Jarred Clowes was happy to be actively involved in his daughter's early development. But now that she's in school, he's fostering another fledging into being: Theatre in the Black.
The Kern High School District will host the inaugural South Yosemite Conference girls wrestling championships at North High on Thursday night.
Enough signatures have been gathered for a referendum on a new law that would abolish cash bail, providing a reprieve to the thousands of bail bondsmen in the state whose industry would perish if the law goes forward.
The framed, handwritten note on the restaurant's front door was both a thank you and a fond farewell.
When singer-guitarist Monty Byrom recently moved on from his post fronting the Buckaroos at Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace, the obvious question was raised: Who now?
If January has you deep in the winter doldrums, why not check out something a bit melodramatic — like the madcap adventure "The Treasure of the Old Kern River," opening Friday at Gaslight Melodrama.
Whether your interests lie with trucks or trousseaus, two upcoming events are offering free tickets to federal workers affected by the government shutdown.
Are you a cake or pie lover? If you answered pie, then you are in luck. Celebrate National Pie Day today by grabbing a slice from your local bakeries. Here is a list of a few bakeries that are celebrating the day with amazing deals:
Maybe it has something to do with this plaintive time of the year, but there are a variety of low-key shows — acoustic and otherwise — happening soon. Even though these acts are a bit more sonically subdued than when flanked by louder instruments (I’m looking at you, drums) they'll still mel…
- Daughter of Bakersfield 3 victim is ready to tell her story
- After 70 years, Sinaloa Restaurant closes 'forever'
- City to purchase Casa Tequila and shut it down in the next few weeks at owners' request
- Schwarzenegger's Bakersfield son shows he can flex like dad
- After 40 years, La Colonia Restaurant calls it quits
- DA dismisses allegations of retaliation against prosecutors who supported her opponent in election
- Deceased male found in southwest Bakersfield backyard, BPD says
- Chris Burrous laid to rest Friday
- The Bra Shoppe finds a buyer within the family — and a new location
- Former FBI profiler describes Bakersfield 3 killer on 'Dr. Phil'
When I joined the Bakersfield College administrative team, the executive leadership team tasked me to build a robust outreach program in partnership with our local high schools. Five years later, we are reaching more students than ever before with a more than 35 percent increase in the numbe…
The contributor who described a woman urinating on an Easton Drive sidewalk and questioned why, citing her urination as unsanitary, without even in passing mentioning the circumstances of homelessness is itself very brazen. Begging the question, just who is failing to see the forest from the trees?
The cat problem in Hart Park is very serious.