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A new tax credit being piloted in Merced County drew skepticism from some business owners and accountants on Thursday, when about 60 people were introduced to the New Employment Tax Credit in Merced. The program signed into law by Gov. Jerry Bro...
The Multicultural Arts Center in Merced opened a new show called Range: County Artists Across the Spectrum, which highlights area artists of many skill levels.
Merced College will continue to offer its financial aid for at least one more semester through Higher One, a company that handles the money disbursement but has garnered complaints from students.
An effort to curb violence by walking Merced’s most dangerous streets took another step toward expansion Monday when about a dozen people met in a Loughborough Drive neighborhood to kick off the first weekly walk organized by Merced Ceasef...
With four Merced College trustee seats up for election this November, three hopefuls have officially filed to run. Two are incumbents and one a newcomer.
As the Merced College Bookstore manager, Robyn Piro works to make education more affordable for students. When she’s not on campus, she works to improve the lives of foster children.
A gas station on G Street that has remained empty for more than three years is seeing upgrades this week under its new ownership. A parcel that sits a few blocks north on that street is also drawing the attention of buyers.
The number of foreclosed homes in Merced County continues to decrease. The numbers may not be surprising but they are notable in a county hit harder than most during the housing crisis of last decade.
Negotiations involving the parent company of Merced’s only hospital and an insurance provider have left some wondering if they’ll need to travel out of town for hospital visits.
A shuffling of offices at Merced City Hall that would cost nearly $50,000 was put on hold this week after the City Council expressed some doubts about its necessity in a year of tough budget talks.