The Turlock community is no stranger to farmers markets, and soon, lovers of freshly-grown produce and handmade goods will have another event to shop at when the Tractor Supply Farmers Market is held later this month.
The Carnegie Arts Center is continuing to expand its reach in the region as a destination arts venue, with more visitors coming to the gallery for exhibits, theater performances, and special events, according to the annual report released this week.
The Turlock Lions Club has been donating to MedicAlert for years in order to provide life-saving medical identification bracelets for children who may be unable to afford them, but now the group is calling on the community to help the cause.
The average price of retail gasoline has risen 6.4 cents nationally since last week, with prices in Stanislaus County increasing by nearly three cents during the same time frame. Increased oil prices and a U.S. missile strike on a Syrian air base have contributed to the increase, and experts expect prices to continue climbing.
The Stanislaus Regional Water Authority and Turlock Irrigation District are looking to take the next step in constructing a water treatment plant that will provide drinking water to Turlock and Ceres with hopes to begin working on a component of the project in September.
The deluge of rain the region has experienced over the winter and spring is serving as a boom to the mosquito population and has health officials concerned about a potential rise in West Nile Virus this summer.
In recognition of National Crime Victims' Rights Week, the Stanislaus County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Program and the Stanislaus Family Justice Center will sponsor a Victims' Rights Rally and Family Safety Fair from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday.
April 07, 2017|
Following a week of frantic advocacy for votes by Democratic leadership, the state Senate on Thursday afternoon prepared to vote on legislation to raise gas taxes and registration fees in order to repair California's damaged roads.
While puppy owners are told by veterinarians to keep their puppies at home until after they receive all of their vaccinations, Thomas and GiGi Lee of A+ Dog Training say that the first days of a puppy's life are crucial to future behavioral development.