Access Centers moving forward in San Joaquin County Cities

Access Centers are currently in the works for Stockton, Lodi, Tracy, and Manteca. Funding and locations have been secured for three of the four cities.


2021 Blanket Drive for our homeless

Joseph Donally is hosting his annual blanket drive for the homeless! Now accepting donations and looking for volunteers.


Town meeting regarding Lodi Access Center

A town meeting for the planned Access Center in Lodi has been scheduled for this Thursday September 2, 2021. Learn about the guidelines and locations considered here.


Council Member Shak Khan speaks out on his arrest and plans for district 4

With only seven months into his term, Lodi City Council Member Shak Khan has been engulfed in controversy. The Grapevine News was fortunate to sit down with the Council Member to discuss a number of contentious topics, including his surprising arrest before the 2020 Election.


Case Closed on Anti-Homeless Bars

During the May 5, 2021 Lodi City Council meeting, the issue of the anti-homeless bars came to a close as the City Manager gave his final report.


Bars removed from City of Lodi benches – who is responsible?

After three weeks, the City of Lodi has finally removed bars which were illegally installed on City of Lodi benches. City transparency is still lacking.


Lodi not so lovable nor livable

Metal bars on downtown city benches have divided Lodi. Do we help the homeless or the businesses?


3 Alarm Fire Destroys Commercial Building in Lodi’s East Side

Just before 3:00am on March 13, a large fire destroyed a commercial building on the corner of Main and E Oak St. in Lodi.


Lodi Committee Member offers reward for evidence against bench vandals

David Diskin, Member of the Lodi Improvement Committee, has offered a reward for any video evidence that will lead to the perpetrators behind the illegally installed bars on city benches.


Anti-homeless bars appear on Lodi benches

Metal bars have appeared bolted to the middle of city benches throughout the downtown area of Lodi. This comes after a rally was held to support the homeless community.

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