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Judge Paul Lo made history Friday when he became the first person of Hmong decent to be appointed as a judge in American history. The Merced Theatre was nearly full with hundreds of people who came to see the ceremony, and gave many standing ova...
The March unemployment rate in Merced County was up slightly – 0.2 percent from the previous month – despite a stronger than normal showing from farm labor jobs, according to numbers from the Employment Development Department.
The Merced City Council plans a public hearing on Monday on proposed changes to watering rules in town. While cutting back the days and times landowners can water their lawns, the changes could also make fundraiser car washes obsolete.
The Invest in Our Youth coalition held a news conference Thursday just in time for this weekend’s Merced City Council’s budget meeting announcing the newly formed campaign and hinting at some of its plans.
A new memorial honoring fallen Merced police officers was unveiled Tuesday during a public ceremony in front of the Merced Police Department.
The Merced City Council plans to discuss its options after a threatened lawsuit with the potential to change how the governing body looks. The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund warned that the city could face litigation without...
Merced County’s Continuum of Care plans to kick off a new initiative Monday called Project Housed. The effort aims to bring together nonprofits, businesses, churches and anyone else who cares about the homeless to find housing solutions.
Adamari Lopez, a 10-year-old fifth-grader, loves veterans. She expressed that affection in an essay contest organized by the Elks lodges across the state, and for that she won top prize in this region.
In a 5-2 vote, Merced City Council passed a new ordinance in town increasing the potential fine for using fireworks outside of a Fourth of July window. Opponents said the ordinance gives firefighters too much leeway.
A relatively new car dealer just completed pouring about $1 million into Merced Chevrolet, because, he said, he believes Merced is on the economic upswing.