On Wednesday evening, the City of Bakersfield hosted a community meeting where they asked residents to help them identify deficiencies along the Monitor Street corridor and to suggest improvements they would like to see.
Yesterday, the Dolores Huerta Foundation (DHF) announced that they will be taking legal action against the Kern County Board of Education (KCBE) and the Kern County Superintendent of Schools for their decision to approve the Central Academy of Arts and Technology (CAAT) charter school.
In a press release Tuesday, the Community Action Partnership of Kern (CAPK) announced that they received a $5 million grant from the Bezos Day 1 Families Fund.
The holiday season is meant to bring cheer all around, not viruses. Dr. Zeba Yamin with Dignity Health Group Spoke with Kern Sol News about the importance of getting vaccinated, especially before the holidays.
When children are disciplined in schools, a common outcome is being sent home on suspension; a recent study looks into how this affects homeless and foster youth.
Tuesday evening, the City of Bakersfield held its Niles and Monterey Complete Street Project community meeting to collect community input on the changes they’d like to see implemented on these streets as the project progresses.
With efforts to provide complete streets, safety, and mobility improvements along Niles Street and Monterey Street, the City of Bakersfield will be holding a community meeting in order to gather input on their Niles and Monterey Complete Streets Project (NiMo).
The City of Bakersfield Recreation & Parks Department is hosting a prioritization workshop tonight at 6:00 p.m.
From being a place for community events and familial gatherings to being abandoned, Martin Luther King Jr.
In an attempt to hold schools accountable, the Board of Education Improvement Coalition has started to find people for the Board of Education seats.