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A jury late Thursday morning found Joseph Corey of Galt guilty of first-degree murder in the killing of Sacramento County animal control offic…
Herald voters will be casting ballots for two school boards and local fire district, in addition to state representatives.
The following is a list of upcoming public meetings in the Lodi and Galt areas:
The Visit Lodi! Conference and Visitors Bureau reported this week that tourism numbers are up in 2014, and higher numbers are expected again n…
Candidates in the November general election have entered their final stretch, but the last campaign donations for Lodi-area educational races …
Six candidates will vie for three open seats in the Galt Joint Union High School District board of trustees race.
Looking for something to bring out your Halloween Spirit? These events around Lodi are perfect for an evening of kids, costumes, candy and may…
Scott Hudson, who served as San Joaquin County’s agricultural commissioner from 1996 until his retirement this year, was inducted into the Agr…
Three are suspected in a home invasion at 11:12 p.m. Friday on the 800 block of Woodrow Street, Lodi police said. Two men were taken into custody.
A Lodi man was killed early Sunday morning when he was rear-ended by a suspected drunk driver on Davis Road, according to the California Highw…
The latest news on local athletes who are continuing to play at the college or professional levels.
On Wednesday, Tokay’s Julia Coon weathered the toughest final minutes of a game as she’s had all year. A junior, Coon was in goal for the Toka…
The Lodi Flames varsity volleyball team finished what’s been a tough season on a high note.
The Tokay Tigers varsity boys soccer team clinched second place in the Tri-City Athletic League with a 3-1 victory over the rival Lodi Flames …
Isaac Martinez had three goals and Carlos Oropeza had an assist as the Galt Warriors varsity boys soccer team wrapped up the Sierra Valley Con…
There aren’t many games I’d revisit the following week, but last Friday night was the exception.
The Galt Warriors varsity boys soccer team moved closer to a league championship with a 2-0 win over the El Dorado Cougars in Galt on Monday.
The Pacific Strikers girls soccer team took first in the Octoberfest Tournament last weekend in Turlock.
The Elliot Eagles’ young football program made history with the beating it put on the Brookside Knights on Saturday.
Accomplishment: The Tokay Tigers’ hero kicker has had some time to come back down to earth after Friday’s varsity football game.
A Lodi man was killed early Sunday morning when he was rear-ended by a suspected drunk driver on Davis Road, according to the California Highway Patrol.
From all outward appearances, Savana Bowers is a beautiful, bubbly young woman. She’s looking forward to college after graduating in May from Lodi High School, where she maintains a high grade-point average. But for the past year, she has been fighting a raging battle against a brain tumor.
On Wednesday, Tokay’s Julia Coon weathered the toughest final minutes of a game as she’s had all year. A junior, Coon was in goal for the Tokay Tigers varsity girls water polo team and was given the task to shut down the Lodi Flames in her team’s final game.
What if you rented a picnic area at Emerson Park for your grandchild’s birthday party, but found the playground occupied by a commercial photographer’s temporary portrait studio?
The Visit Lodi! Conference and Visitors Bureau reported this week that tourism numbers are up in 2014, and higher numbers are expected again next year.
2014 Lodi City Council Candidates Forum hosted by the Lodi News-SentinelFor easier viewing here we have provided a list of topics discussed and what time they appear in the video.Introductions - 0:00:00General Mills - 0:19:15Job Creation - 0:30:45Council Diversity - 0:42:55Pension Reform - 0:52:10City Council Benefits - 1:02:40Meeting Attendance - 1:10:37Gangs - 1:19:34Admired Public Figures - 1:29:45Closing Statements - 1:35:37
On Sept. 22, 2014, Western Water Constructors, Inc. removed an 86,000 pound lid at the White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility in Lodi, CA.
Lodi Fire Department and CHP responded to a car fire on southbound Highway 99 and Armstrong Road on Sept. 16, 2014.Video submitted by Red, owner of Emerald Tattoo in Lodi.
"Cake," the final product after waste is processed at the White Slough Water Pollution Control Facility, is used for fertilizing feed crops in the Lodi area.
Opportunity Cruises is offering free tours of the Port of Stockton.
Scenes from the North County Recycling Center and Sanitary Landfill