The Lodi City Council was briefed on the city’s plans to refurbish the Lodi Arch during Tuesday’s shirtsleeve session.
STOCKTON — After more than a year of court proceedings, members of the Lodi Professional Firefighters Union were looking for closure when they…
Police officers work a dangerous job, often going into fast-paced, hectic situations with limited knowledge.
The Lodi City Council is slated to hold a public hearing to consider a 2.97 percent increase in solid waste collection rates during its meetin…
When Lacey Bird, 22, and Jose Fuentes Jr., 16, decided to go out for a late night snack about a month ago, they had no idea that a simple trip…
March came in like a much-needed lion this year, and it’s about to get in one last roar before it goes out like a lamb.
The Tax Fairness and Accountability Act of 2018, a measure that city officials say interferes with local control and limits cities’ ability to…
Spring is in the air, along with all the beauty — and annoyance — that may come with it.
Two cars crashed, one hitting a telephone pole at the intersection of Lower Sacramento Road and East Harney Lane, in Lodi on Friday night.
Bike Lodi members Doug Bojack and Jeff Pell will present the idea of turning Lodi’s unused Union Pacific spur line extending from Lockeford St…
GALT — Tim Cobleigh is ready to tackle his new role as the new Galt High football coach.
Michelle Souza has two families.
In a non-league game at Zupo Field on Monday night, the Tokay High baseball team scored five times in the bottom of the fifth inning. But Turl…
Ashlee Toy was looking to go the distance for her Lodi High softball teammates.
Tokay High softball coach Aaron Misasi only has 12 players on his roster.
Members of the Tokay and Lodi High wrestling teams — boys and girls — got the job done on the mat this past season.
Lodi High baseball coach Hobie Schultz seems to have a good feeling about this season.
The Lodi Academy High boys volleyball team picked up its first Mountain Valley League win of the season over Delta Charter on Thursday.
Accomplishments: Madi Sepp will remember her first game of the 2018 season in her last season wearing an Elliot Christian High softball uniform.
One more game was all that the Liberty Ranch High boys basketball team needed to reach the California Interscholastic Federation NorCal Divisi…
Calaveras Genealogical Society is proud to present Kathryn Miller Marshall Ph.D. to speak at our Spring Seminar. Kathryn served as Director of the Family History Center for 14 years, pioneering the use of the internet for genealogical research. She will inspire you to put faces to names and open doors for research that you never knew existed. Kathryn will be speaking on 4 Topics: Finding Voyager, In Quest of Maidens, Newspaper Research, and Brick Wall Busting.
Authentic Italian Dinner Prepared By Bueno Italiano
Annual event celebrating Asian Pacific heritage, featuring lion dance, martial arts, cultural entertainment, arts and crafts, food booths, raffle. Family friendly, free admission and free parking. Locke is last surviving rural Chinese town in America.
This colorful, fun event is great for those of all ages! Inspired by the popular Color Run, this "run" will start at Hutchins Street Square park, loop through the downtown, and end up back at the park with pops of color and entertainment the entire time. So grab some tennis shoes and a friend (or two) and sign up for this fun and colorful time!
Hope Family Shelters 25th anniversary dinner. July 14,2018 5-9pm. MRPS Hall 133 N Grant Ave Manteca Ca 95336. Call 209-665-7640 for tickets or www.hopefamilyshelters.org.
Hope Family Shelters 25th Anniversary dinner. Fundraiser.