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While preparing to attend the FFA state convention next week in Anaheim, the California FFA office in Galt was dealt a setback when a trailer …
During a Wednesday afternoon meeting in the Gaylord A. Nelson Administrative Center in Stockton, the San Joaquin County Board of Education loo…
The Lodi City Council unanimously adopted a resolution to consider approval of the 2018-19 annual action plan for the Community Development Bl…
Lodi residents dealing with mental health challenges have a new resource in the city. NAMI San Joaquin, the local branch of the National Allia…
Looking for another project to beautify Lodi’s east side, the nonprofit organization Greening Lodi helped Joe Serna Jr. Charter School install…
When Lodi couple Dave and Virginia Marken retired from their careers in the Bay Area about three years ago, they felt Lodi was the perfect pla…
The use of drones by local law enforcement was discussed during Tuesday’s Lodi City Council shirtsleeve session.
To help students devastated by the October Sonoma County fires, Pac Ave Records, a student-run record label at the University of Pacific, rece…
I was up early and ready to work on Saturday morning — but not as early as some Love Lodi volunteers.
By mid-April, the weather in Lodi is usually warm and sunny.
A year ago, the Lodi High boys tennis team struggled to win one or two matches.
Tokay High’s baseball team suddenly became relevant in the Tri-City Athletic League race this week.
The Tokay High softball team slipped past Lincoln 6-5 on Thursday, taking the lead for good in the sixth inning after trailing 4-2 to notch it…
A large group of Galt and Lodi area high school basketball and soccer players were recently recognized for their success by coaches in the Sie…
Five Lodi High softball players lead their team’s offense in Wednesday’s Tri-City Athletic League road game at Tracy. But the Bulldogs posted …
The Lodi High boys golf team remained undefeated in Tri-City Athletic League action, posting a 188-196 win over Lincoln at the Brookside Count…
One chose the hustle and bustle of Southern California, while the other is happy for the more laid-back lifestyle of West Virginia.
Chad Plath was looking to go the distance on the mound for his Lodi High baseball teammates.
Accomplishments: Danielle Pfenning does not like sitting on the bench.
More than 60 years since its last touch-up, a Lodi landmark is finally getting a much-needed makeover.
When Lodi couple Dave and Virginia Marken retired from their careers in the Bay Area about three years ago, they felt Lodi was the perfect place to call home.
Lodi residents dealing with mental health challenges have a new resource in the city. NAMI San Joaquin, the local branch of the National Alliance on Mental Illness, now hosts a weekly support group for anyone living with mental illness.
1. Get glimpse of the heavens through huge telescopes at Stars at the Lake
While preparing to attend the FFA state convention next week in Anaheim, the California FFA office in Galt was dealt a setback when a trailer containing important materials for the event was stolen around 3 a.m. Wednesday morning.
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.
Lodi, CA- The longest-running annual pinball show west of the Mississippi moves to Lodi May 18th-20th, and this year's event will be bigger and better than ever! After six successful years in Dixon as the Pin-a-Go-Go Pinball Show, the Northern California Pinball Association will bring its focus on education in the science, art, and history of pinball to a new location with a new name, the Golden State Pinball Festival.
This colorful, fun event is great for those of all ages! Inspired by the popular Color Run, this "run" will start at DeBenedetti 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.