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The Merced City Council plans to discuss its options Wednesday night after a threatened lawsuit with the potential to change how the governing body looks.
Days after someone swiped $50 in autism donations from a store, customers are turning the bad situation into a good one.
Mark your calendars for an experience in taste, art, and award-winning beers. The Central Valley Brewfest is celebrating the finest local breweries in California.
Genealogical Society of Stanislaus County meeting featuring society member Pam Atherston, who will present a program regarding her published fictional tale based on true facts about the experiences of people of German heritage in Russia just prior to WWII.
Turlock resident Dorene "DeeDee" D'Adamo, one of five members of the State Water Resources Control Board, will participate in Tuesday's "Groundwater Challenges" forum at California State University, Stanislaus.
Wayne Zipser, with the Stanislaus County Farm Bureau and keynote speaker, shows he can fit into his original FFA jacket at the 2013 Harvest Luncheon at Graceada Park.
Alice Fuentes of Turlock said she believes her husband, Joe, would have suffered that fate.
A property rights battle over the historic St. John's Parish has ended years after a schism erupted within the Episcopal Church when part of the congregation opposed the church's acceptance of gay pastors.
Title: Arts & Entertainment Writer Coverage areas: Fine arts, pop culture and other entertainment throughout the Central Valley and foothills.
The 54th annual event, put on by the California State Square Dance Council, travels to different cities in California and stops in Turlock for the first time this year.
Two brothers who've been subjects of multiple searches and police interrogations in the slaying of Korey Kauffman have protested their treatment by law enforcement and now have hired a private investigator to look into what they say is ongoing harassment and a violation of their civil rights.
Chief Business Officer Linda Covello comes to Denair after five years at the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District, with 19 campuses, last serving as a categorical program analyst in the finance department.
Police in Turlock are looking for a woman who stole $50 from a box set up at a local store to collect money for autism.