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The Lodi Winegrape Commission unveiled a new marketing brand for the region which growers and winemakers hope will put more than 70 wineries and tasting rooms on a larger map.

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SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY — Caltrans will perform one-way traffic control at the Mokelumne River Bridge on Highway 12 on Jan. 28- 31 from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. One-way traffic control will resume on Feb. 4 from 9 p.m. p.m. until 5 a.m. Feb. 5. The highway will be completely closed at 9 p.m. that night, …

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The City of Galt was hit by a ransomware attack that knocked out several city phone lines and blocked computer access for employees in December. Since the attack, most of its systems have been restored.

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Galant mirrors are secured to the wall in a deliberate design as bright furniture fronts esoteric pops of art carefully placed by boutique owner Angel Ra, who runs the recently opened Angel Ra shop in Downtown Lodi.

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Do you collect memorabilia? We want to see your collection, for a story to run in the News-Sentinel on Feb. 1. If you have a Niners shrine, football cave or yard display to support your team, email Lodi Living Editor Kyla Cathey with a description and photos at kyla@lodinews.com before 5 p.m…

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The latest viral sensation captivating internet users is 9-month-old Lodi native Blakely Jernigan, whose priceless reaction to eating ice cream for the first time is gaining national attention.

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After receiving an environmental study for two potential Homeless Emergency Aid Program project sites, the City of Lodi is considering its options after the report found both properties received poor reviews.

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Lodi Police Chief Tod Patterson said that in his more than three decades in law enforcement, he never once thought about leaving the city for another agency.

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Kimberly Miller recalled a time she saw an older woman take groceries out of her cart at a supermarket checkout because she couldn’t afford to pay for all of them.

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LODI — On Wednesday, Lodi Police Department detectives located a Lodi man wanted on several warrants in the 300 block of East Pine Street. Detectives attempted to contact the man, later identified as 22-year-old Rodrigo Calvo, who attempted to flee on foot, police said. After a brief pursuit…

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The Lodi City Council approved the amended Community Development Block Grant five-year consolidated plan during Wednesday’s council meeting held at Carnegie Forum.

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Wednesday evening, 5-year-old Bradley Williams and his mother, Melissa, walked up to the podium at Carnegie Forum to address the Lodi City Council and staff. His mother lifted and held him as he spoke into the microphone.

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The Lodi City Council approved a request by public works staff to enter into a contract with Schneider Electric Buildings Americas Inc. to design and develop replacement aeration blowers and diffusers during Wednesday’s council meeting.

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Lodi Fire Department promoted five of its employees Tuesday during a badge-pinning ceremony at Carnegie Forum. Those promoted were Stephen Bender to Fire Captain, and Joseph Collins, Kris Graves, Jason Jordan and Anthony Moore to Fire Engineer.

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For Stockton resident Lonia Clark, the intercity bus program has become a lifeline. In the morning she takes the 23 to get to work in Lodi. She, like the 1.5 million Californians who rely on public transportation to get to work each day.

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Lodi Unified School District superintendent Cathy Nichols-Washer said the November lockdown at Tokay High School was a difficult situation and provided her staff with a unique learning experience on how future situations might be handled.

Lodi Police Department officers responded to the report of an armed robbery at the Subway located at 420 E. Kettleman Lane just before 8 p.m. Monday. According to police, two masked men armed with handguns entered the store and the employees immediately locked themselves in a rear office.

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Are you interested in exploring the birthplace of democracy and lingering in the Land of the Gods? If so, the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce is preparing an informative community meeting for its upcoming trip to Greece.

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Last Friday, Dec. 10, 14 sets of Chinook salmon eggs were delivered to Lodi classrooms participating in a California Department of Fish and Wildlife education program.  Students will tend to the eggs and once they have hatched and matured to fry size, they will be released back to the lower …

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LODI — The Lodi Chamber of Commerce has formed a multi-cultural committee to celebrate small, multi-cultural businesses and assist with improving business through best practices, facilitated training, technical support and funding.

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Local residents will be able to comment on the amendments made to the City of Lodi’s Community Development Block Grant application during a public hearing at next Wednesday’s city council meeting.

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Right before the New Year, local artist Michelle Martinez and her students at Jim Elliot Christian High School and Lodi Christian School created a mural of animals outside Lodi Veterinary Hospital.