STOCKTON – It's not uncommon to see the parking lot at Delta College full of cars on any given day.
GALT – There are flea markets.
For the better part of a century, about 80 years, the Turlock Sales Yard has hosted the Tuesday Flea Market, located at the corner of East and Berkeley avenues.
Modesto's historic McHenry Mansion may be down but is not completely out.
YOSEMITE VALLEY - It's a world renowned hiking destination for a reason.
Who was Oramil McHenry? Who was he named after? Where and when was he born? What business did he own where he had the controlling interest but was named after someone else? Where is he buried? Why is his name synonymous with a library?
That was 100 years ago.
TUOLUMNE - Classic Country Star Mark Chesnutt will be performing at Black Oak Casino on July 19.
Bass Pro Shops in Manteca is offering a series of free outdoors classes at their store at the 120 Bypass and Union Road.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - It's no secret that you can drop a lot of cash seeing the sights of San Francisco. After all, this is the home of the Gold Rush.
MERCED - Merced resident Rachel Medefind, a mother of three, said the Applegate Park Zoo in Merced is a source of pride for her community.
STOCKTON - The Children's Museum of Stockton represents summer fun for area youngsters.
STOCKTON – Forget pretending that the sand in the playground is lava or the actual equipment is a pirate ship.
SONORA – The Bureau of Reclamation's Central California Area Office announces the summer 2012 Interpretive Activities at New Melones Lake, located in Calaveras County.
MODESTO - There are two concerts plus movies on tap this month at the State Theatre in downtown Modesto.
As a member of the Stockton Rowing Club, Kathy Brown has been in and around the San Joaquin Delta and its many tributaries.
The roads wind.
Sit in the stands at Guss Schmiedt Field on a Friday night and you're bound to experience a plethora of smells.
Those driving down Geer Road in Turlock this summer may see the unusual sight of a snowball fight. No, there's not a freak atmospheric condition that turns this part of the Central Valley into a frozen wonderland, but rather the doings of one business owner.
STOCKTON – The patio at Valley Brew during the summertime is fickle.
RIPON – Water parks do a great job of copying it.
When the weather sizzled up to 106 degree last week, Wendy Deulus took her workout to the swimming pool.
Locals looking to beat the heat without traveling to a nearby lake or pool can still cool down at the local parks in Turlock, two of which boast water facilities.
Lake Don Pedro is a favorite summer hotspot for locals looking to beat the heat and enjoy several activities lakeside but this year the ongoing drought has posed a small impact on the lake's recreational facilities.