The Turlock Unified School District is reporting that lockdowns at both Crowell Elementary and Dutcher Middle School have been lifted. The schools were placed on lockdown due to a gas leak in the residential area of Hawkeye Avenue, according to TUSD.
At the behest of Turlock City Council, the Turlock Planning Commission will review and possibly recommend changing the process restaurants in Downtown Turlock will go through if they wish to have a drive-thru. Currently, drive-through restaurants wishing to build in the Downtown Transitional Commercial Overlay Zone, which encompases the four areas of Downtown Turlock adjacent to Main Street, Golden State Boulevard, and Lander Avenue, must get a minor discretionary permit.
KCSS 91.9 FM, California State University, Stanislaus’ student-run radio station, will host the fifth annual Bandstand concert on May 9 at the Grizzly Rock Café in Turlock. The Bandstand is a one-night music festival, showcasing local musicians from Turlock and the surrounding areas. Three stages will be set up, two on the patio and one in the bar, with local artists of all genres. Admission is free.
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