Seniors living on a budget can eat farm-fresh fruits and vegetables thanks to the Stanislaus County Area Agency on Aging and the Turlock Farmers Market.
California is among the worst states in the country for small businesses, according to a new survey from the Kauffman Foundation and Thumbtack.com.
Air Force Airman Mitchell A. Day graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
Break out the sunscreen for this weekend, but don't put away the umbrella just yet.
The presence of the West Nile virus has officially been detected in Stanislaus County as health officials reported a dead bird tested positive for the virus.
Many Turlockers are turning to the summer pastime of swimming to ward away rising temperatures.
If everything flies straight, Turlock could have its first disc golf course by the end of this summer.
A UC Davis research team is seeking participants for a study that will help determine if a personalized or standard exercise plan works better for improving exercise capacity.
Five young women will compete for the title of District 6 Dairy Princess during a gala event on June 14 at Our Lady of Assumption Hall, 2602 S. Walnut Rd., in Turlock.
A bill that would re-establish state requirements for bounty hunters, specifically in the areas of training and certification, passed through the Assembly and is moving on to the State Senate.
After having to shut its doors in October due to loss of funding, the Turlock Family Network offices will reopen on Monday.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service next week will begin instituting a zero-tolerance policy for six additional strains of E. coli that are responsible for human illness. Beginning Monday, FSIS will routinely test raw beef manufacturing trim, which is a major component of ground beef, for the six additional strains of E. coli. Trim found to be contaminated with these pathogens will not be allowed into commerce and will be subject to recall.
Summer is here - at least it is for the Turlockers who were out and about enjoying the beginning of season this week.
The Portuguese community is celebrating its most historical event this week with the 100th anniversary of the Turlock Pentecost Association. The seven day celebration allows people from all ages to enjoy the festivities that include folkloric songs, dances, and traditional Azorean food.
For most kids, summer vacation is the perfect excuse to stay away from homework, tests, or anything associated with school. But for others throughout the community, summer is the perfect time to attend Vacation Bible School at their local congregation and reconnect with their faith.
Local dog owners will have an opportunity to wag and walk their way from Pet Extreme to the newest dog park in Turlock - Swanson Centennial Dog Park - on Sept. 20. The City will be hosting a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the new facility as well as stage several vendors through which locals can browse prior to playing with their pups at the new park. This event is open to the public and no registration is necessary.
Downtown Hughson invites everyone in the community for entertainment, food, and fun for the 4th Annual Hughson Harvest Festival on Sept. 20 and 21. The festival will provide information and educational opportunities, as well as fun activities, throughout the weekend to highlight the strong community values that are inherent to the Hughson area.
The Stanislaus Wildlife Care Center is celebrating their 30th anniversary by giving residents the chance to get acquainted with the various animals that roam the rivers, skies, and lands in Stanislaus County.
It has been over one year since the largest fire in Sierra Nevada history claimed over 400 square feet of land over in the Tuolumne River Basin, and although the fire was declared fully contained in October, the community is still experiencing the effects of the devastating wildfire.
The Sons in Retirement organization are looking for local Korean War veterans to participate in a service tribute in November.
Who is equal parts cute and funny? Aspiring roller derby girl Keeley Parker.
Roughly 10 years before Tim Guerino became the executive director of the Turlock Gospel Mission he ministered to first responders at Ground Zero following the terrorist attacks in New York on Sept. 11, 2001.
When Turlocker Laurie Salinas began selling her handcrafted jewelry online at the urging of her friends and family, she didn't anticipate that the founder and CEO of The Craftstar would purchase of piece of her jewelry.