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Visitors celebrating International Tempranillo Day were able to tour 12 different Lodi area wineries to sample local Spanish variety Tempranillos during the fourth year if the event. 

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Whether you wrap it, roll it, or bowl it, the new Chipotlane in Lodi will allow customers to cruise through the drive-thru for their fajita fix.

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Every Jan. 1, an estimated 666,000 spectators line the streets of London to watch the city’s parade celebrating the New Year, and an additional 455 million people around the world watch the event on television.

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STOCKTON — The San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office said the man accused of opening fire on a Lodi Police Department officer last week is a danger to the community, and asked a judge to not grant him bail.

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Lodi resident Amanda Allen spent her youth chasing soccer balls around the field but now she’s raised the bar and is competing in powerlifting competitions around the country.

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The Leapfrog Group, an independent national watchdog organization driven by employers and other purchasers of health care, recently announced its fall 2019 hospital safety grades and once again awarded Adventist Health Lodi Memorial an ‘A’ for achieving the highest national standards in pati…

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When it comes to eye health, going to the optometrist is only part of the process. You also have to find a pair of glasses that will reflect your style. According to Dr. Melanie Mook of Beckman Optometry, finding the perfect pair of glasses for her patients is an art form.

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The California Department of Transportation will conduct various lane and ramp closures on Interstate 5 and Highway 99 for construction and maintenance activities. Work will not be conducted on Veterans Day. Work will occur as follows:

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When the City of Lodi began assigning fines to businesses with overfilled and contaminated commercial containers, officials didn’t anticipate having such a large number of violators and a collection system that couldn’t keep pace with the infractions.

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LODI — The Vinewood Elementary School community was awash with red, white and blue, as students, parents, teachers and administrators honored several veterans and active duty service members Friday morning.

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LODI — Two local events are scheduled for Veterans Day this weekend honoring those who served, and the community is encouraged to attend.

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WOODBRIDGE — On Monday, Woodbridge resident Donna Goldberg received a phone call that began days of torment she said no family should have to go through.

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With the holidays just around the corner, Lodi Adopt-A-Child (LAAC) volunteers are in full swing organizing their annual Christmas Wish program. Last year, the community came together to provide presents to over 800 underprivileged children in the Lodi area.

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Sally St. John waited anxiously to address the Lodi City Council on Wednesday evening, to provide feedback on unmet transit needs in Lodi during a public hearing at Carnegie Forum.

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Lodi Electric Utility staff has asked the Lodi City Council to adopt a long-term purchasing agreement process that would allow the utility to buy electrical equipment in larger quantities to reduce material costs.

LODI — Lodi Police Department officers responded to an attempted homicide in the 500 block of Maple Street at 4 p.m. Saturday. According to police, two people became involved in a physical altercation with a man who stabbed both of them.

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Nearly a month ago, Lodi resident Terrance Clark purchased the Sunset Theater on West Lodi Avenue with plans to revive the historic building and breathe new life into the property.

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LOCKEFORD — Replenish, resilient and resolution were some of the words Lodi Unified School District elementary school students were challenged to spell Friday morning for a chance to move on toward spelling supremacy.

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Lodi City Clerk Jennifer Ferraiolo provided several revisions to the city council protocol manual and introduced a new handbook for volunteers that serve on the city’s commissions during Tuesday’s Lodi City Council shirtsleeve meeting at Carnegie Forum.

LODI — The City of Lodi’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the re-opening of Candy Cane Park, 1324 Holly Dr., Lodi on Nov. 16 from 9 to 9:30 a.m.

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SACRAMENTO — The State Archives will provide a free behind-the-scenes guided tour of their collections, focusing on the history of Halloween celebrations in California, at 10 a.m. at the California State Archives building, 1020 O Street, fourth floor, Sacramento.

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Capt. David Griffin with the Lodi Police Department led a presentation that detailed the economical and time-sharing advantages of the Lodi Jail during a Tuesday morning Lodi City Council shirtsleeve meeting at Carnegie Forum.