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California Health Report: Esta ciudad del Valle Central tiene un carcinógeno en su agua. ¿Por qué las soluciones son tan lentas?
Por Claudia Boyd-Barrett
En las polvorientas afueras de Bakersfield, Rosa Pérez y su familia viven sin un servicio básico de vivienda: agua potable.
The State Department of Housing and Community Development has notified the County of Kern it is out of compliance in the County’s housing element.
On December 14, Bakersfield College announced that it will be waiving all parking fees for students, but parking permits will still be required.
As COVID-19 case rates have risen 47 percent since Thanksgiving, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) will require universal masking for the next four weeks to increase protection to individuals, families, and communities during the holidays.
The state run OptumServe COVID-19 test site currently operating at the Arvin Public Health Building, 204 S.
Following the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) authorization for COVID-19 vaccine booster shots last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has approved Moderna and Pfizer’s booster shots for all adults who are fully vaccinated.
Kern County is one of 18 communities to benefit from State broadband project to help bridge digital divide
Kern County is one of 18 locations that Governor Gavin Newson has committed to bridging the digital divide.
With COVID-19 vaccines now available for children five years old and up, the Boys & Girls Club of Kern County is working with collaborative healthcare partners to create accessible and family friendly Boys & Girls Club locations for youth vaccination clinics.
The Kern County Board of Supervisors is nearing the end of the redistricting process, and will consider two final draft maps for adoption at a redistricting public hearing on Tuesday.
The City of Arvin is holding community introductions for the top 5 candidates for the City Manager position.