The second annual Turlock High Alumni Baseball game was held on Saturday, complete with a homerun derby and game between the Mendonca Maulers and Bettencourt Dreamers. In addition to the fun, there was also a touching moment as recently graduated Tyler Murphy threw out the first pitch.
American Medical Response is laying off 39 emergency medical technicians because of a lost contract for service with Doctors Medical Center.
The number of kids in Stanislaus County that consume sugary drinks on a daily basis has grown slightly, according to a newly released health survey.
Just in time for the pumpkin pie, Slow Food Great Valley Chapter is hosting its' Annual Harvest Dinner at the Larsa Banquet Hall between Turlock and Denair on Nov. 7. All-star chefs will work their magic with local ingredients presenting a full course meal featuring "Sweet Potatoes and More!"
Air Force Airman Tristan L. Jordan graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Deputy Andrew Mulgrew and Deputy Michael Maze have a passion for two things, competition pistol shooting and supporting wounded veterans. The two deputies were able to combine these passions at the recent Top Cop shooting contest.
Q: What got you started in the ministry?
The public will get their first opportunity to check out the inner workings of the new Public Safety Facility when the Turlock police and fire departments host their annual open house event Oct. 26.
It is not unusual for a student to take out a loan during college, but it is unusual for that student to use the loan to finance an event for other young adults such as local student Caleb Monticalvo has done.
Family and friends in Keyes joined together on Thursday for a fun-filled evening during the fourth annual Keyes Community Night.
Name: Sunrise Bakery
Turlock High science teacher Brian Campbell and his children Bryce, 9, Cadence, 6, and Mackenzie, 11, show their support for the Turlock Firefighters' pink t-shirt campaign to benefit Emanuel Cancer Center.
Year after year scholarships are awarded to students across the country to help them attend universities and further their careers. Turlock native Francine Denis and her family have helped Turlock students make college a reality through the Kelly Denis-Pierce Memorial Scholarship.
Sterling Ranch Park in Denair was cluttered with canines in costumes and exotic pets for the Walk 'N Wag event on Sunday.
The Great California ShakeOut earthquake drill is all set for Thursday morning and when the imagined "big one" hits at 10:17 a.m., officials are hoping everyone remembers to "Drop, Cover, and Hold On."
For anyone unaware the federal government charges a penalty for not carrying health insurance, Emanuel Medical Center is offering a helping hand.
Bad news just keeps on coming for local growers, as the Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors considers implementing an even lower than the historically-low 20 inch water allotment in 2014, once the postponed irrigation season finally starts.
Deep fried food, thrilling amusement rides, and live music - all of these things come to mind when thinking of the Stanislaus County Fair. However for most people, the main event they look forward to year after year is livestock exhibitions.
The unemployment rate in Stanislaus County made a small rebound from the rise seen in January with a slight decline in February, according to the latest numbers from the Employment Development Department.
While going to the dentist is a matter of routine for many Americans, in Jamaica it's a luxury.
Table 26 will be opening its doors on Sunday and to say the new restaurant has transformed the former Sweet River Bar and Grill location would be an understatement.
Name of Business: Merafuentes Tae Kwon Do & Hapkido A Lee Brothers Academy
Dyeing eggs around Easter time is a tradition that is cherished by many families, but especially by the Gemperle family.
In an effort to avert more catastrophic water supply issues in the next year the California State Water Resources Control Board approved emergency measures on Tuesday to plan for the rough months ahead as the state enters into its fourth consecutive drought year.
In an effort to continue protecting threatened salmon and steelhead populations in three Sacramento River tributaries, the State Water Resources Control Board voted on Tuesday to re-adopt 2014 emergency regulation that will continue the curtailment of water diversions if minimum flows necessary for both species are not met.