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Container Maker Closing in Kingsburg

Container Maker Closing in Kingsburg

First printed Fresno Business Journal Silgan Containers will close its can making operation in Kingsburg as Del Monte winds down its fruit processing plant there. City manager Don Pauley confirms…

Gas Prices Finally Falling

Gas Prices Finally Falling

California gasoline prices are finally on a downward slide this week well after the traditional Labor Day decline in high summer prices. Across the US, AAA has reported gasoline prices…

LA Ports Cargo Volumes Mixed In August


LA Ports Cargo Volumes Mixed In August


Cargo container volumes at the Port of Long Beach climbed in August, the start of the “peak season” when shipments begin arriving for the end-of-the-year holiday shopping season say the port authority. But nearby…

Smart Phone Helps You Park….

Smart Phone Helps You Park….

From Kristin Eberhard’s Blog,NRDC “Have you tried parking in Santa Monica recently?  You probably found it helpful to see the electronic signs outside public parking structures telling you how many…

California Export Trade Stumbles, But Reason For Cautious Optimism Remains

California Export Trade Stumbles, But Reason For Cautious Optimism Remains

September 11, 2012 – LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – California’s export trade faced headwinds in July, but beneath the headline numbers were reasons to remain cautiously upbeat about the growth in international trade,…

Some Spark of Life For Visalia Housing Market

Some Spark of Life For Visalia Housing Market

Visalia has been the poster-child for the nationwide housing crunch, caught up in the speculative run-up in prices and expansive overbuilding by a flotilla of national and area builders that…

Big Picture Weather Report: Dry But Promising

Big Picture Weather Report: Dry But Promising

California has had a dry year says NOAA. The map here tells the story with most of the state at or below 70% of average rainfall this  past water year…

Dollar Store Wars Hit Home In Tulare County

Dollar Store Wars Hit Home In Tulare County

The Farmersville Planning Commission on August 15 will hear a proposal to build a 20,000 square foot outlet for fast growing retailer Dollar General who wants to build on Farmersville…

Gasoline Watch: Rise May Be Over

Gasoline Watch: Rise May Be Over

A second week of double-digit increases at the pump has pushed up Southern California gas prices by about a quarter since the Aug. 6 fire at the Chevron refinery in…

California Export Trade Surges

California Export Trade Surges

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – Despite battling a strong dollar and weak economic conditions worldwide, California’s exporters still managed to post impressive gains in June, according to an analysis by Beacon…