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The ice bucket challenge’s phenomenal success is making other charitable organizations, including those in Merced County, rethink how they connect with a younger generation of potential donors.
As college students in the area start another academic year, school health care officials are reminding students about the importance and benefits of utilizing on-campus health services.
A Merced woman arrested after allegedly trying to enter the maternity ward of Mercy Medical Center while dressed like a nurse and carrying at least one fake baby spoke out for the first time Friday.
An estimated 75 local World War II veterans will depart from Castle Airport to Washington, D.C., on the fifth Central Valley Honor Flight scheduled for October, organizers announced Thursday.
Photos of an abused dog that was left “almost lifeless” near an irrigation canal near Plainsburg Road in Le Grand are causing an uproar online and in Merced’s pet-loving community.
People with low vision or blindness often depend on technology to perform everyday tasks. To aid those who rely on innovative tools, vision technology experts will present Tech Day in Merced, a day-long workshop offering information on the lates...
California is deficit-spending its water and has been doing so for a century, according to new research from the University of California.
Yoga can be both a physical and spiritual activity one yogis often describe as a “transformational journey.” The opportunity to take part in that journey is offered every Sunday morning in Merced, free of charge.
Rodrigo Reyes, a local independent filmmaker, is in the middle of shooting his latest project – one that he hopes will help shine new light on Merced.
The death of actor Robin Williams has triggered a national discussion of suicide – a topic too often dismissed, according to mental health professionals.