At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Brittany and Craig Franey, part owners of FS Food Group in Charlotte, NC, were forced to quickly come up with a plan to keep their restaurants running and some of their staff employed. Click here to read more…
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — Fresno City officials are hoping thousands of dollars given out to small businesses will give owners some relief as they navigate changes due to the pandemic. About 700 businesses ranging from restaurants to clothing shops applied for and received grants. Click here to read more…
FRESNO, California (KGPE) – The coronavirus pandemic has created financial hardship for many Fresno families – and city officials are responding to that by approving more money to go towards their Housing Retention Grant Program. Click here to read more.
Fresno County stays in red COVID-19 reopening tier. What will it take to keep that status? (Fresno Bee)
Fresno County’s businesses will keep operating under red Tier 2 of California’s coronavirus restrictions for a seventh consecutive week following Tuesday’s update on the risks of COVID-19 spread in each of the state’s 58 counties. Click here to read more.
FRESNO, California (KSEE/KGPE) — A $1.5 million relief grant fund was announced Friday that’s meant to benefit local artists, performing arts programs, theaters, museums and other arts and culture groups affected by COVID-19 restrictions. Read more here.
Coronavirus updates, Oct. 30: Fresno to update death toll as California nears 1 million cases – Fresno Bee
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The U.S. Small Business Administration, which administers the Payroll Protection Program (PPP), began accepting loan forgiveness applications Aug. 10. Just two weeks later, the agency, in conjunction with the Treasury Department, released additional guidelines surrounding forgiveness of the pandemic loans designed to keep workers on payrolls. Read more by clicking this link.