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Yesterday | Sacramento Bee Newspaper
The San Francisco Chronicle has released its Top 100 Wines of 2013 , a list culled by the esteemed Jon Bonne, and a round of cheers must be going around the Sierra foothills.
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Tuesday | RecordNET
Veterans of Foreign Wars Luneta Post 52 and the Ladies and Men's Auxiliaries are holding their annual Christmas bbasket food drive for veterans in need and their families.
Authorities are investigating the bizarre death of a woman who jumped or fell out of a moving pickup truck late Wednesday night on Highway 99 in Lodi, the California Highway Patrol said.
Several downtown Lodi streets will be closed at 4 p.m. today in preparation for the annual Parade of Lights.
"I don't sing a song I don't like," says Bennett, the 86-year-old crooner from Queens, N.Y., who's sung a lot during a 65-year career.
Danner Hall will be transformed into a festive display of holiday lights, dcor and sound.
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"It's a good thing," the queen of gracious living determined, including the Acampo winery's 2004 USB among its suggested gifts in the December issue of Martha Stewart Living, which just hit newsstands.
Board members with the 2nd Agricultural District explored Tuesday the possibility of taking a year off to retool and rebrand the fair.
The Stockton area once was the virtual epicenter of the foreclosure crisis, which caused housing values to plummet for several years.
A family is still trying to figure out what went wrong after a carjacking left a father stranded on the side of the road.
Monday, Dec. 2: Campaign for Common Ground meeting, 7 p.m. at the Family Resource & Referral Center, 509 W. Weber Avenue.
Lodi police Lt. David Griffin said three people were getting into their car at the market, 741 Cherokee Lane, at 11:30 a.m. where two men started "throwing gang signs."
City Manager Rad Bartlam said Lodi's sales tax increased by 7.8 percent for the second calendar quarter in 2013, and the city's Transient Occupancy Tax is up 7.7 percent year-to-date.