MCFARLAND, Calif. - Community members and local organizations teamed up to bring "spring cleaning" a whole new meaning as dozens turned out Saturday for special clean-up efforts in the city of McFarland.
McFarland Police, Kern County Fire Department, and R&F Disposal - McFarland's cleaning and recycling company - brought a community of help together to make the city sparkling clean.
People young and old came out to help, and even Assemblyman Rudy Salas showed up to give a helping hand.
"They're making a difference," Salas said. "That's why I love all these community events. 'Cause everybody's actively involved."
Volunteers helped get gunk of the streets and even cleaned-off graffiti throughout the city walls.
Holiday travel up by 4-percent this year
AAA experts predict nearly five-million Californians will be hitting our roadways this holiday weekend, and nearly 380,000 are expected to…
Body found by KCSO in Kern River
The Kern County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a body found in Kern River on Highway 178, identified as 68-year old Glenn Dee Davis.
Some restaurants plan to open on Thanksgiving
This year, the National Restaurant Association estimates about 15 million people will spend part of their Thanksgiving at a restaurant and…