LATHROP - It's been a few years since the City of Lathrop financed its way into an additional allotment from the South San Joaquin Irrigation District's surface water treatment plant.
It takes work to apply for college scholarships.
Efren Juarez had a good thing going with his business that hosted poster tournaments for non-profit organizations.
LATHROP – Bicycle safety is no laughing matter.
By JASON CAMPBELL
LATHROP – Steven Gascon doesn't mind the fact that the City of Lathrop shelled out $4,000 to rent the space in the Target parking lot for a weekend carnival.
WATERFORD – Rebekah DelSanto did what she had to do in the best interest of her daughter.
If Christina Thurner had her druthers, she'd spend every waking minute with her baby boy.
Jessica Becker knows what it's like to be there when her daughter wakes up every morning and when she goes to bed every night – relishing in the bundle of joy and energy that 4-year-old Lauren brings to her family.
When William Hollingsworth gets together with his friends, they do the same things normal high school kids do.
LATHROP – A few months ago it was unofficially known as the "teen center."
FRENCH CAMP – It's a funny thing, this horse racing business.
LATHROP – Moving his company to Lathrop was almost a no-brainer for Joe Antonini.
If you ask Anthony Beato what he does for a living, the response might elicit scenes of a Georgia chain-gang.
LATHROP – After more than 75 years of providing jobs to the local economy, the future of the 724-acre military installation now known as Defense Distribution Depot San Joaquin – Sharpe is uncertain.
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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.
The families of two motorcyclists killed on Woodward Avenue on Nov. 13 are planning on making a case there was negligence on the part of ...
Lathrop officials as they kept a watchful eye on too much water in the San Joaquin River took a step last week toward making sure ...
Last year when the monthly space rent at the Almond Blossom Estates mobile home park went up, Audrey Anaya had to make changes to her ...
MODESTO – The sun is out, the flowers are starting to emerge and those winter layers are starting to become burdensome by about two in the ...
The bad news is that one of the nicest picnic areas in Lathrop is currently enveloped by the floodwater of the San Joaquin River.
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