Kern County Aging and Adult Services will be hosting a free webinar on Medicare coverage of preventive services on March 31 at 10 a.m.
Hundreds of Californians traveled to Bakersfield from all over the state to express their frustration and fears surrounding Social Security cuts and cuts to Medicare.
The docu-series “Killing County” launched its first season earlier this month focusing on a string of killings from the Bakersfield Police Department and Kern County Sheriff’s Office.
For about 8 years a group of attorneys, paralegals, language interpreters, private investigators, and nonprofits have been providing free legal guidance every Tuesday evening at the Beale Memorial Library in Bakersfield.
With Christmas on the horizon, Orlie’s Shoe Drive team members go into the community, working with local schools to hand out new shoes.
During the California Air Resources Board (CARB) meeting Thursday, the Board voted to approve the Arvin/Lamont Community Emissions Reduction Program (CERP) — a program that focuses on improving air quality and reducing air pollution exposure in the Arvin/Lamont Community.