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Visitors to the Merced River will see an area that’s cleaner and more appealing to the eye, thanks to the efforts of more than two dozen volunteers who spent Saturday cleaning up garbage and litter.
Hundreds turned out over the weekend for Christmas in the Park, a three-day family-friendly event at the Applegate Park amphitheater that gave people of all ages a way to have fun and show their holiday spirit.
A line filled with hundreds of people stretched out from under the Merced County Fairgrounds’ grandstand Sunday, as turkeys from Hostetler Ranches were given to those in need of holiday assistance.
A clear blue sky greeted thousands of people gathered in downtown Merced on Saturday, as the annual Hometown Christmas Parade ushered in another another season of holiday joy and excitement for all.
Forty-one bands traveled to Golden Valley High School on Saturday putting on a display of poise and pageantry that drew thousands to the area. The 54th Central California Band Review Parade, Jazz and Field Show rivals the size of the biggest hig...
A youth forum was held at the Merced Civic Center on Saturday to brainstorm ideas on how the youth of Merced can better communicate their issues to the City Council.
If you’re looking for a little extra thrill this Halloween, the small farming community of Plainsburg in the southern part of Merced County might have just what you’re looking for at Frightmare Farms.
Seventeen artists took part in paint day, the first phase of “Artageddon,” a painting competition in which the winning painting will earn the artist of the winning creation $500. The losing paintings likely will be subjected to a cha...
Twenty-three pieces of art on canvas from around the United States were on display at Merced’s Central Valley Cancer Center on Friday afternoon.
Marylene Riley, 57, was joined Saturday by around 50 supporters and friends at the fifth annual Riley Brothers Victims’ Visual Walk. The release of the balloons and visitation of the sites where her sons were killed has become a somber tra...