NEWMAN - Sergeant Chad Earle, whose law enforcement career spanned nearly 18 years with the Newman Police Department, has retired to pursue business interests.
Crews responded to Highway 33 and Sanches Road just south of Newman Friday afternoon on a report of a motor vehicle accident involving a damaged power pole. The California Highway Patrol reported that the incident was a hit-and-run.
GUSTINE – As local public schools have reverted solely to distance learning in the face of the surging COVID-19 pandemic, classroom instruction has continued on schedule at Our Lady of Miracles Catholic School.
Pharmacies in Newman and Gustine are planning to participate in the COVID-19 vaccine program but as of earlier were still awaiting the arrival of doses.
An open seat on the West Side Community Healthcare District, which oversees operation of the West Side Community Ambulance, had drawn no letters of interest from candidates interested in appointment to the position as of Monday.
Workers put the finishing touches on freshly poured concrete along Meredith Avenue Monday afternoon in Gustine as work continued on a walkway project. In addition to the sidewalk along Meredith between Linden and Grove avenues, the project involves construction of a walking path circling thr…
A fire late Monday afternoon, Jan. 4, destroyed a travel trailer which had been converted to a permanent residence in the 26000 block of River Road, Newman Fire Chief/West Stanislaus Fire Protection District Division Chief Keith Bowen reported. Bowen said one occupant was displaced by the fi…
NEWMAN - The city’s efforts to bring normalcy as best possible in the face of an ongoing pandemic will continue in 2021, and even with the COVID-related challenges officials plan to complete a number of improvement projects in the year ahead.
NEWMAN - The Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District ushered in 2020 with every expectation of a typical second semester all that it entailed in bringing another year to a close.
GUSTINE - An ongoing California Fish & Wildlife campaign to eradicate nutria, an invasive, semi-aquatic rodent which can wreak havoc with levees and destroy wildlife habitat, has removed dozens of the animals from Gustine wastewater treatment plant property in recent weeks.
The federal Bureau of Reclamation and San Luis & Delta-Mendota Water Authority recently finalized the B.F. Sisk Dam Raise and Reservoir Expansion Project’s Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report.
GUSTINE - The coronavirus pandemic has tested city staff, businesses and residents through much of 2020, but despite those challenges a number of municipal projects moved forward in Gustine.
NEWMAN - Community members, law enforcement officers and loved ones gathered Saturday to hold a vigil in remembrance of fallen Newman Police Department Cpl. Ronil Singh.
A number of improvements are being made to the memorial honoring fallen Newman Police Cpl. Ronil Singh. The memorial is located at Merced Street and Eucalyptus Avenue, where Singh was killed in the line of duty on Dec. 26, 2018. A crew from Westside Landscape and Concrete worked on the memor…
A single-vehicle accident toppled the service club sign greeting visitors at the northern Highway 33/140 entrance to Gustine last Friday morning. Police said the driver, identified as Adan Roman, 63, of Los Banos was westbound on Highway 140 in a 2006 Chevrolet Tahoe when he drove through th…
GUSTINE - Dozens of Gustine and Santa Nella families facing hard times this holiday season received food and toys Saturday, made possible by an overwhelming show of support from the generous community.
NEWMAN - A temporary grading policy enacted by the Newman-Crows Landing school board in November drew more than a dozen letters of protest, many of which were read at the Dec. 14 board meeting, but did not sway trustees.
Two new members have joined the board of directors of the West Side Community Healthcare District, which oversees operation of West Side Community Ambulance.
Construction of a walking path which encircles Schmidt Park in Gustine is continuing at a steady pace. The project also includes construction of a walkway along Meredith Avenue from Linden to Grove avenues.
Stanislaus County Supervisor Jim DeMartini, who represented his constituents with a tireless work ethic and regular presence throughout District 5 communities, is wrapping up his 16-year tenure on the county’s governing board.
GUSTINE - The Gustine Unified School District this week suspended its hybrid learning program, reverting fully to distance learning due to increasing COVID-19 case numbers in the community and among staff members.
GUSTINE - Community icon Joe DeGregori, a long-time business leader, tireless volunteer for the Chamber of Commerce, Gustine advocate and founder of the local youth baseball program, died Sunday at 92 years of age.
NEWMAN - With COVID-19 cases climbing in the community and among staff ranks, the Newman-Crows Landing Unified School District will suspend classroom instruction after the holiday break and revert fully to distance learning at least until March.
City workers replaced a fire hydrant at Meredith and West avenues in Gustine Thursday morning with the assistance of Rocha Backhoe. The hydrant was not functioning properly, and the city moved forward with replacement prior to the construction of a planned walkway along Meredith so the new c…
The fictional Grinch is not the only heartless soul willing to steal Christmas away from hard-working families, authorities are reminding West Side residents, as real-life thieves can also be turn holiday joy into frustration or heart-break.
GUSTINE - A split City Council last week agreed to set aside $5,000 to support the Gustine Chamber of Commerce in 2021 - with the caveat that the funds could only be utilized for approved projects.
A regional stay-at-home order imposed by the state on the San Joaquin Valley Region, including Merced and Stanislaus counties, imposes a new round of restrictions and closures on local businesses and residents.
NEWMAN - Work is proceeding on construction of a new well, booster pump station and million-gallon storage tank on the western reaches of Jensen Road north of the city.
GUSTINE - To say that Joe Oliveira was a reluctant applicant for appointment to the Gustine City Council in 1999 may be an understatement.