Posts by Erica Murillo:
“Food insecurity is classified by Feeding America as someone who has not been able to decide when the next meal is coming for a certain period of time.
Brighter Bites is a non-profit organization that focuses on three pillars: nutrition education, produce distribution, and fun food experience.
The Arvin Navigation Center celebrates its grand opening to serve the community of those in need.
The Mojave Inland Port will create 3,000 new jobs in Kern County with almost $230 million in labor income.
Precious McCowan is an organ donor advocate who has served on both the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN) Kidney Transplant Committee and a special workgroup on a specific policy proposal.
The California Resource Corporation (CRC) is investing in local educational institutions to help advance the energy transition and further benefit local communities across the region.
Clinica Sierra Vista celebrates National Health Center Week honoring the work and the contributions that agricultural farmworkers do in the community
Clinica Sierra Vista celebrates National Health Center Week from August 7 to August 13, 2022 with different activities to provide awareness on the mission and accomplishments of America’s Health Centers across America which provide contributions to underserved communities.
Lost Hills will soon have a full-service station with Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) which is a clean source of energy that is produced from organic waste.
As of 2022, CAL FIRE has reported a total of 4,972 fires and a total of 147,034 acres burned in California.
The high-speed rail is being stretched from Shafter to Bakersfield, which is approximately 23 miles. The High-Speed Railway will run along the BNSF railroad coming down to downtown Bakersfield and running down Edison Highway passing Tehachapi all the way to Palmdale.