LODI — The City of Lodi-Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Department will host a professional lifeguard course for individuals interested in working as a lifeguard. The training classes will begin on March 30 and 31 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Lodi High School Pool.
Following the grand opening of Tea-Tasting, a traditional Chinese tea house, business owner Sam Shi will host an official ribbon-cutting ceremony that brings Chinese culture to Downtown Lodi.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has found 65 nutria in San Joaquin County as of March 7, and a Stockton-based civil engineer believes the CDFW needs to stay on top of eradicating the invasive rodent species before their numbers get out of control.
MODESTO — On Thursday March 28, California State Senator Cathleen Galgiani, D-Stockton, will host a DMV town hall at the Stanislaus County Library Administration Building located at 1500 I St., Modesto, from 6 to 8 p.m.
A parade of painted lady butterflies has attracted the attention of many Lodians, as the colorful insects migrate from regions of Southern California and Mexico toward the Pacific Northwest.
The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will discuss whether or not to impose a temporary moratorium on industrial hemp cultivation in unincorporated county areas.
The victim of Lodi’s first homicide of 2019, 34-year-old Rafael Morfin, had reportedly feuded with one of the suspects for months before being fatally shot on Lodi’s east side late last month, according to court documents.
Following a three-year tenure, Galt City Manager Eugene Palazzo announced his resignation at Tuesday night’s Galt City Council meeting. His resignation will take effect April 2
Lodi residents have until tonight’s city council meeting to submit a written protest regarding the city’s scheduled five-year rate increase for water, sewer and garbage rates, and yearly increase for wastewater rates.
It’s a little early for graduation season, but not at Adventist Health Lodi Memorial, where the hospital is welcoming its tiniest patients back for a commencement ceremony honoring the journey into the world made by premature babies.
STOCKTON — Khari Dobbins, 25, a track coach at Bear Creek High School in Stockton, was arraigned last week on charges related to having sexual intercourse with a student.
On Monday evening, the Lodi Salvation Army held its annual dinner fundraiser to generate donations and educate people about the programs it offers to individuals struggling in the community.
One suspect in the murder of a Lodi doctor will stand trial in April, while the other three suspects are scheduled for a preliminary hearing later this month.
Head westward out of Lodi along Sargent Road, leaving the town hustle and bustle behind, and you’ll find a little piece of heaven — for dogs and their humans alike.
Local religious leaders and social advocacy groups met Friday afternoon in front of the California Islamic Center in Lodi in an act of solidarity against racism and bigotry.
Dozens of wealthy parents, including two Hollywood celebrities, were indicted earlier this week in connection with a scheme to get students admitted into top-tier universities.
Faced with a $400,000 budget deficit, the Waterloo Morada Fire District is sponsoring Measure N — a special property tax — to hire additional personnel, purchase new equipment and open another fire station.
The Lodi Library has announced it will begin hosting the San Joaquin Pride Center each month in the library’s Teen Center. The Pride Center offers counseling and support to members of the LGBTQ community throughout San Joaquin County and surrounding areas.
Conflict over the building layout of the Lake House project on Turner Road was brought to the forefront of the Lodi Planning Commission meeting Wednesday night.
Anticipated federal funds for emergency food and shelter programs will soon be available to qualifying local nonprofits in San Joaquin County.
Although Lodi’s schools were closed for spring break, Tokay High School buzzed with activity on Wednesday morning as the Lodi Police Department held an active killer response training exercise.
A Lodi resident has drafted an initiative to change the selection of mayor from a council vote to a district rotation, and if enough signatures are collected to get the initiative on the ballot, the city will have to hold a special election this November.
With spring approaching, the UC Master Gardeners hosted a class at the Lodi Public Library on Monday about the best practices gardeners should use to yield crops for the summer and fall.
Although most Lodi police officers drive sport utility vehicles when they patrol, Officer Richard Dunfee finds a pickup truck more useful for his duties as the department’s community liaison officer — responding to service calls related to Lodi’s homeless population and doing his best to get…
Spencer Rhoads, a Lodi resident who unsuccessfully ran for City Council, raised concerns over the current voting structure for mayor and mayor pro tempore.
Although the sun shone brightly over Tower Park Marina on Friday afternoon, brisk winds kept the temperature chilly as the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office Boating Unit joined firefighters from across the county for a training exercise.
The World of Wonders Science Museum’s expansion plans broke new ground after the city council voted unanimously to draft a letter of support for the project.
For the past four years, San Joaquin County has used its pre-trial Assessment and Monitoring program to evaluate which defendants should be released before trial and which should remain in custody as an alternative to bail.
Although Scott McGregor has served as interim assistant superintendent of elementary education for Lodi Unified School District since July 2018, his position was made permanent by the LUSD Board of Education during their Tuesday night meeting.
A zealous crew of firefighters have shown Lodi Fire Chief Gene Stoddart that they want to train more, and with a proposal to add Conex boxes to Station 2 on Cherokee Lane, they could get what they are asking for.
In addition to their regular studies, sixth-grade students at Beckman Elementary School in Lodi recently completed Gang Resistance Education and Training, a 13-week program taught by Lodi Police Officer Brannon Haro, who serves as a school resource officer.
The San Joaquin County Registrar of Voters will hold a town hall in Lodi on Thursday to solicit public input regarding possible changes to the county’s voting model.