Editor’s Note: To celebrate Black History Month, Kern Sol News is highlighting notable Black leaders in Kern County who are working to create positive change in their community.
On February 4, Community Interventions will be hosting a Black Healing Summit. This one-day event will focus on healing from community violence, incarceration, mental wellness, and anti-blackness experiences the community faces today.
The City Council’s 2023 appointments and nominations for Bakersfield’s committees started this January. Councilmember Ken Weir and Councilmember Patty Gray were not present and their appointments were not voted on.
Tuesday, Arvin Navigation Center of Flood Ministries and several other local organizations came together to offer free services with food and music.
On February 6 “Our Story,” a musical focused on uplifting Black history, will be coming to Bakersfield at the Fox Theater.
The city of Delano held a meeting on January 24 to inform residents about air pollution, the air monitoring network, and how to protect vulnerable populations.
Lotus Bakersfield Corp and Spanish Radio Group will be hosting its first annual Tu Voz, Tu Héroe Awards on Thursday, January 19, 2023, at The Westchester located at 2801 F St.
Estefani and Oscar Arevalo have a small family in Kern County where they work, thrive, and educate the community about what it means to be deaf or hard of hearing.
Tuesday night Kern County Board of Education approved the Central for Arts and Technology (CAAT) petition to build a charter school with a memorandum of understanding (MOU).
On the second anniversary of the January 6th insurrection when people stormed the capitol Public Citizen organized events across the country to show that they had not forgotten what happened.