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A musical and comic twist on the many aspects of Portuguese culture will highlight a show next week at the DES Hall.
11 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star
From unsightly broken-down cars on private property to garage sale signs left for months on street poles, residents now have better odds at having complaints about municipal code violations addressed.
22 hrs ago | Los Banos Enterprise
Students at R.M. Miano Elementary School plant trees Tuesday after receiving a $4,350 grant in January awarded by Lowe's Home Improvement.
Congressman Costa identified three separate projects. San Luis Reservoir near Los Banos would expand under the plan.
We have known Dennis Areias his entire life. He went to school with our children and we know his family well.
Some people come for the crab, some for the pasta, some for the raffle prizes. Others come for a good time and a good cause.
Navy Seaman Recruit Robert A. Escobedo, son of Juan C. Escobedo, stepmother of Brenda C. Escobedo, son of Jessica M. Stankovich, of Los Banos, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, IL.
The first took place at 12:06 a.m. Feb. 8, police said, when officers responded to Skylark Park after a witness reported seeing juveniles vandalizing the area.
Students apply duct tape to Charleston Elementary School principal Lou Ruiz on Friday near Los Banos.
Former Los Banos Police Chief Michael Hughes, left, and Pat Lunney, chief of investigations for the Merced County District Attorney's office, spoke to Soroptimist International of Los Banos Monday about the Merced Area Crime Stoppers program.
It's been a struggle for Los Banos resident Teresa Fournier to watch her husband endure chemotherapy for two types of cancer over the years.
After months of being accused of not showing compassion toward grieving families, criticized for enforcing the cemetery's decorations policy and members of the public requesting a change in personnel, Los Banos Cemetery District Manager Deborah Lewis has resigned.
LOS BANOS The Police Department is investigating a groping incident reported last week in one of the city’s most popular areas for exercising.
With a plot that blends real life with fiction, a movie partly filmed in Los Banos was greeted with cheers and enthusiasm as it was shown at Pacheco High School on Feb. 21. "Return to Nowhere" was written and directed by Los Banos High School alumnus Ferguson Sauve-Rogan.