Thursday Aug 14
Marian Jacobs to receive Stockton Arts Commissiona s Star Award
Marian Jacobs, a life-long patron of the arts and retired public-relations executive, will receive the Stockton Arts Commission's 37th annual Star Award in 2014.
Independent shoe store, family-run, closing doors
The store has been selling off its remaining inventory at substantial discounts and gradually reducing staff, which numbered about eight before the closing process began.
Hate crime case resurrects racial wounds in NYC
New Yorkers enraged by a man's death in police custody see a medical examiner's ruling that blames a prohibited chokehold as a clear indication the officers involved should face criminal charges.
Former water polo star Bega to host two-day camp
Johnny Bega is coming home. The former Atwater High School and Merced College All-American and current San Jose State women's water polo coach will co-host the Central Valley Premier Shooting and Goalie Water Polo Camp on Aug. 16-17 at Merced College.
Riders can get 12-month permit for $20
In a bid to woo Port Jervis line riders back from wherever they went post-recession and post-hurricanes, Metro-North will cut parking fees to the bone at its west-of-Hudson stations.
Thanks for parade support
Atwater had its annual Fourth of July parade as members of the community gathered to celebrate not only our nation's independence, but also community camaraderie.
Mother allegedly locked toddler in car before shopping at outlets in New York
A woman was arrested Saturday afternoon for allegedly leaving her child in a locked car while she was shopping at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in Central Valley, New York.