Over the past year I’ve been blessed with the task of writing for the people of the Lowell Neighborhood. I…
Upon donating money in 1912 for playground equipment, William J. Dickey said to build a playground, “ . . .…
Meet your neighbor Sofia, a Lowell resident who is supporting her family through her delicious tamale business.
Neva Popenoe and Sgt. Noll shared on how to respond to crime in our community. (We have bleeped out the name of the suspect in this video.)
How do you change what is wrong? How do you fix what is broken? How do find hope in turmoil? The solution: you tell your story. On September 26, 2013, at the Fresno City Council Meeting, representatives of the Lowell Neighborhood did just that, they told their story. Although the idea spawned from what Councilman Oliver Baines aptly described as a, “ . . . misperception on what is and is not happening in Lowell,” residents Randy White, Ariana Martinez, Barbara Fiske, and Rici Skei told their community’s story, one of transformation, change, and most of all, hope and peace.
Check out the new farmers market on L St. and Calaveras. A lot of great people and great produce!
A closer look to one of our local community organizations. A life changing martial arts ministry!
The Fresno Bee highlights the new farmer’s market on L and Calaveras. It is open on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s from 8am-12:30pm year round. Come check it out!
Established in 2004, Edgar Mondragon began the F.C. Diablos on his childhood field at Lowell Elementary. Mondragon, a Lowell native,…
Two time U.S. Olympic Gold and Bronze medalist Danny Everett renovated two apartments on San Pablo. The renovated properties have a positive impact on our community.