City and business leaders gathered on Monday to witness the ground breaking of Sutter Gould Medical Center's new 37,000 square foot patient center, set to be located on the intersection of North Golden State Boulevard and West Christoffersen Parkway in Turlock.
The Turlock Downtown Property Owners Association, which managed to stay afloat during the meager years of the recession and rising vacancy rates in the past, is looking forward to another 10 years of events, improvements and advocacy as the association members voted to continue the assessment fees needed to fund the organization.
A solo vehicle crash on Golf Link Road in the early morning hours of Friday claimed the life of a 29-year-old Hilmar man.
Local growers received some good news Tuesday, as the Turlock Irrigation District Board of Directors voted to make 15,000 acre feet of additional water available for irrigators to use this season.
The closing of long-time Lander Avenue grocery store Sam's Food City not only left a large commercial vacancy, but also regular customers in need on Turlock's west side.
The heat was incredible- 15 degrees above the average temperature for July- and sweat was pouring by the bucket load, but that didn't keep the spectators away from the annual 4th of July Parade in Downtown Turlock on Thursday.
At first glance, Turlock resident Elizabeth Mora seems like your run-of-the-mill business owner.
Stanislaus County recorded its first heat-related death of 2013 on Tuesday.
Name of business: 10 Minute Lube & Oil
Navy Seaman Apprentice Benjamin I. Rodd, son of Beverley K. and Bruce L. Rodd of Turlock, was recently promoted to his current rank upon graduation from recruit training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
I've always been a true believer in the idea that the best advice comes from the heart. As cliché as it may sound, when there is a personal experience attached with that particular piece of advice, it makes it that much more worthwhile.
Empty stores, dusty windows and half occupied shopping plazas were all very familiar sights in Turlock a few years ago.
The Fourth of July celebration will undoubtedly include lots of pops, snaps and bangs and the Turlock Fire Department will be making sure that all pageantry is within the legal and safe use of fireworks.
The excessive heat warning issued by the National Weather Service Friday has been extended through Thursday as the Central Valley continues to broil under the high temperatures.
In my culture, we dedicate a day to celebrate our deceased ancestors, known as El Dia De los Muertos. On Nov. 1, we remember our departed relatives by visiting gravesites and making shrines with many of their personal objects and things they once enjoyed during their time on this earth.
When Lisa McDermott looks around the Carnegie Arts Center, she can't help but smile and feel slightly justified.
While the Lancaster Painting team is well versed in catering to customers' needs year-round, there is one special client each year that the company especially looks forward to: the Paint it Forward winner.
In the heart of the state that dominates the global production of almonds, the Central Valley is known to welcome an influx of honeybee colonies just in time for almond orchard bloom each year.
Central Valley residents looking for jobs need not look far as HIREvent will be hosting a job fair in Modesto in March with a host of employers and opportunities available including full-time, part-time, and seasonable positions.
Poet Robert Frost said good fences make good neighbors. For the residents of S. Boardway, First, D and C streets, they would be pleased if people quit urinating and defecating in their yards.
It's that time of year where local Girl Scout troops across the nation will post up in front of storefronts to sell their most precious products: cookies.
Local law enforcement and youth-oriented service groups are getting a major financial boost in keeping kids off drugs and out of gangs, with a newly awarded federal grant.
Pruning and shredding were the month's main reported activities, as well as application of pre-emergence herbicides on nut trees, and fumigating for replanting. The export of stored table grapes had mostly ended. Kiwifruit continued to be packed and exported for domestic and foreign markets. Avocados were harvested. Persimmons continued to be harvested and sold at roadside stands. Minimal damage from mid-month cold temperatures was reported in a few isolated spots. The sale of stored nuts continued to be dominated by domestic markets.
Name of Business: Her Royal Highness – Vintage Chic
Where can local students go when they are suspended for using drugs or alcohol? Now, they can head to the Prodigal Sons and Daughters teen center due to a new partnership with the Turlock Unified School District.
A fire at a Turlock motel was kept from spreading to adjoining rooms by the quick reactions of a guest and a garden hose.