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The citizens of Lodi and the surrounding areas kept emergency services busy over the weekend. [Read More]
The Lodi Police Department is investigating a stabbing that took place on Monday morning on the 800 block of Rutledge Drive. [Read More]
5,015 total confirmed cases in San Joaquin County. There have been 55 deaths. 188 patients are currently hospitalized. ZIP code data has not been updated... [Read More]
Sacramento Municipal Utility District announced Friday that Rancho Seco Recreation Area will temporarily close due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
Llamas may now provide a source to grow antibodies to the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19. This work is being done through a collaboration of... [Read More]
With the Fourth of July celebration at Lodi Lake the latest cultural casualty of the coronavirus pandemic, the United Veterans Council of San Joaquin County... [Read More]
Jake Aberle took a big step in his young golf career on Monday. [Read More]
Galt Joint Unified High School District's board decided on Thursday that athletic conditioning practice will be allowed starting on Monday. [Read More]
4,474 total confirmed cases in San Joaquin County. There have been 55 deaths. 128 patients are currently hospitalized. 2,222 have recovered. ZIP code data has... [Read More]
A popular downtown Lodi has been closed indefinitely after one of its employees tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
As the number of positive cases of COVID-19 continues to increase by the hundreds across San Joaquin County, the City of Lodi is stepping up... [Read More]
Starting this fall, a group of dedicated students from University of the Pacific will be offering their skills to help Lodi House with fundraising, engaging... [Read More]
While there are several popular breakfast spots in Lodi, a new eatery is hoping to add a little something extra to the most important meal... [Read More]
See's Candies is returning to Lodi at a new, permanent location, though customers cannot yet enter the store. [Read More]
A student at a local private school tested positive for COVID-19 last month, but officials say it does not appear the virus has spread. [Read More]
On June 28 at about 12:25 p.m., the Calaveras County Sheriff's Office responded to a drowning at Lake Camanche in Burson. [Read More]
Between the hours of midnight Monday and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, the Lodi Police Department received 355 calls for service. The following is a sampling of... [Read More]
Adventist Health Lodi Memorial officials said on Wednesday that San Joaquin County's surge in positive COVID-19 cases is mainly due to large gatherings — both... [Read More]
When young students join the World of Wonders Science Museum for summer camp sessions this year, they will each receive two masks — to keep... [Read More]
A Downtown Lodi institution is hanging up its hat. After 18 years in business, Rosewood Bar & Grill is closing permanently. [Read More]
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