Most Americans see the beginning of the new year as a fresh start. They put the past behind them and resolve to do better this year. One of the most common new years resolutions, for men and women alike, is to lose weight. This year the U.S. Government hopes to help people reach that goal with the MyPyramid interactive food planner and the President's Fitness Challenge.
Over 200 children gathered in the Turlock Library on Wednesday to experience a new version of the classic tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" told by puppet versions of Red, the Big Bad Wolf, Grandma and Red's dog Fifi.
Exercising more is a common goal for many in the new year. Turlockers looking to get in shape now have a new resource as the City of Turlock Recreation Department is launching family fitness programs beginning this month.
While most babysitters these days use television and video games as a way to entertain their charges, Carol Barnes took a different path.
Steaming, folding and pounding hundreds of pounds of dry rice is a Japanese New Year's tradition, one that the Livingston United Methodist Church has been doing for over 40 years.
Another year has come and gone. A year which many may be happy to see go, as 2009 saw a record high in unemployment, budget cuts and H1N1-related deaths.
After pleas to stop the $2.8 million Joe Debely Stadium renovation project went unheard by two local government agencies, the Turlock Citizens Coalition has taken the fight to the legal arena.
Local musicians played their instruments in front of Raley's to spread the Christmas cheer on Thursday and help raise money for the Salvation Army. "Jingle Bells," "Silent Night," and "Joy to the World" were heard throughout the aisles of the grocery store.
The soft opening of the Turlock BMX Bike Park was met with mixed reviews. City officials say that they rushed the park opening for winter break, but some riders say that the park isn't up to standards.
California dairy farmers got an early Christmas present from the state's Department of Food and Agriculture with a temporary increase in milk prices.
Christmas may be over, but there are still a handful of gifts awaiting California drivers. Well, if you consider new laws to be gifts, at least.
As businesses around Turlock are shutting their doors, one entrepreneurial Turlocker sees opportunity in a vacant storefront.
This is the beginning of a five-part series on the area of town known as the Westside. Today's article is the first in a two-part look at the faith community and its role on the Westside. Coming articles will focus on crime, business and the people of the Westside.
The down economy and increased gas prices won't deter Californians from traveling for the holidays this year. According to travel trends research conducted by AAA Northern California and Boston-based consulting firm IHS Global Insight, 11.3 million Californians plan to travel at least 50 miles over Christmas and New Year's. That's 11.3 percent more Californians traveling than a year ago.
To better help those in need, United Way has designated the phone number 2-1-1 as a one-stop resource information center for county residents.
While the State Water Resources Control Board recently approved an emergency regulation to allow local governments and agencies to fine citizens for excessive outdoor water use, local citizens will not be affected by the new measures since the City of Turlock instituted its own water conservation rules more than 20 years ago.
Muddy Balls, a local charity mud volleyball tournament, will take place at the Stanislaus County Fair starting at 8 a.m. Aug. 2, with all the proceedings benefitting 8-year-old Kaiden Pacheco, who was recently diagnosed with stage four Rhabdomyosarcoma.
The Stanislaus Economic Development and Workforce Alliance has undergone a makeover that has the organization sporting a new name with new leaders at the helm of what is officially now known as the Stanislaus Business Alliance.
A 39-year-old man died Saturday morning when he rode his bicycle in front of an oncoming freight train in Turlock.
Over the past few years Turlock's downtown scene has experienced a revitalization, forging a new identity for itself with a combination of craft beer and nightlife destinations. After nearly a year of anticipation, Downtown Turlock again adds to its newly formed reputation as a Central Valley hotspot with the opening of Memo's Cocina and Tequila Bar.
Emanuel Medical Center is instituting a new check-in and visitor badge process to come in line with the recommendations from a safety task force.