It's one thing for a non-profit to win something that will bolster its regular offerings or a few hundred dollars to help with operating expenses.
LATHROP – Criminals in Lathrop had better run and hide.
The South San Joaquin Irrigation District board hopes $150,000 will be enough to hit a "moving target" and end a 46-month ordeal of trying to get its bid to reduce power rates by 15 percent past the Local Agency Formation Commission.
LATHROP – It's going to be a busy month for Cari James.
Brian Cole was still relatively new to the world of pharmacology when he approached the owner of Bob's Pharmacy to inquire about buying the business.
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
It's one of the biggest travel holidays of the year.
Jason Webb knows high performance machines.
LATHROP – Farhat Khairzadah's list of accomplishments is impressive.
Hunter Leonard knew that his tie was straight.
LATHROP – Chase Hayes summed up his excitement in a single motion.
LATHROP – The City of Lathrop isn't necessarily swimming in a pool full of money.
Alvin Vang's black gown was heavier than most.
Tuesday afternoon was bittersweet for Britney Szeto.
If Emmanuel Torres ended up on the street tomorrow, he wouldn't fare so well.
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When Bobby Ismail was an athlete at Downey High School he spent his fair share of time at a physical therapy clinic near the Modesto ...
Sara Lopez didn't quite know what she was going to do with her kids on Friday afternoon.
When Michele Flores sees one of her students reach a milestone, she's as happy as any teacher would be.
The last time that the community came together to update the city's General Plan – the planning document that shapes the city's goals and ...
When Dave Gordon sets out to do a mural he tries to gather as much information he can about the people that are going to ...
When Mike Kelly gathered the non-profits and volunteer groups who wanted to make a dent in assisting the homeless in Manteca, the idea was all ...
The good news is that the Lathrop dog park is getting a new turf surface after extensive use wore out the existing grass.
Harry Pacheco is at it again.
The City of Lathrop has long positioned itself as a "business friendly" community.
For the last three weeks Lathrop residents have been learning the ins-and-outs of the department that is tasked with keeping them safe.
Could the "war zone" that comes with the Fourth of July become a thing of the past?
Residents of Lathrop used nearly 20 percent less water in February than they did during the same period in 2013 - the year that is used ...
The defamation lawsuit filed by former Manteca Unified Trustee Sam Fant against former Weston Ranch resident Richard Smith has been dismissed.
If wearing green isn't enough of a celebration for you on St. Patrick's Day, Frank Teixeira has got you covered.
The long and drawn-out saga of the 2014 Manteca Unified school board election may soon be drawing to a close.
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