It'll mark the end of an era when Greg Leland steps onto the Sierra High campus this morning for the first day of school in his new position as vice principal.
Joseph Waterman sat on his bike at the corner of Main and Oak Streets and stared at the construction equipment blocking his path.
LATHROP – There's hundreds of homes built by Richland Communities west of Interstate 5 before the housing bust that Lathrop never collected $3.2 million in mandated city fees on to cover the cost of providing services to accommodate growth.
LATHROP – It's been two years since the Lathrop-Manteca Fire District has had an official fire inspector.
RIPON - Lisa Van Groningen just gets to hang out these days at the Ripon Farmers Market.
RIPON – Jim DeBruyn came all the way from Michigan to spend time with his son at his Ripon home.
Late spring rains and cooler growing temperatures have led to an overall drop in agricultural production in San Joaquin County for the second straight year.
STOCKTON – Supervisor Leroy Ornellas wants Manteca unified as one city when it comes to representation on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors
LATHROP – Michael Pereira had his hands full as he traversed the parking lot at Lathrop's community National Night Out celebration Tuesday at City Hall.
RIPON – Water enthusiasts are dropping rafts into the Stanislaus River expecting the usual lazy float trip that is the trademark of summer on the idyllic waterway between Knights Ferry and Caswell State Park.
LATHROP – RVs are as American as apple pie in the eyes of Lathrop Mayor Joseph "Chaka" Santos.
Joe Haire and Mark Page took a break from their skateboarding runs Wednesday afternoon to catch their breath in the shade inside of the Lathrop Skate Park.
LATHROP – Lathrop residents now have the opportunity to watch City Council meetings live on Comcast Channel 97.
Modesto Assemblywoman Kristen Olsen took the first step towards shoring up support in a community that she might come to represent under new redistricting plans.
Lucas Bayramian held the Styrofoam cup in his hands and looked closely at it.
It wasn't the balloons or the leis or the flowers that exemplified why Shasta Elementary students were packed into a sweltering Manteca High School gymnasium Tuesday night.
It's beginning to look a lot like summer.
On Thursday Charleen Carroll, the sister of Brock Elliott, stood just feet away from where her brother's name was etched into a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall – Panel 20E, Line 114 – and read a letter that he wrote to her father just before his death.
Steven Reed didn't know what to expect when the group of teenagers stepped up to the microphone in Woodward Park Friday evening.
Bennie Gatto wanted to be a lifer.
Chris Lambert was thankful.
Planning on hitting the lake or the mountains this weekend?
Skateboarders on both sides of Interstate 5 will now have a place that they can hone their skills.
Leo Bennett-Cauchon is a Boy Scout.
The Lathrop man who was imprisoned in India for two months has been released and is back home with his family.
Sometime over the weekend Alec Alegre felt like drawing a picture of Goofy that he could slip behind the plastic cover of his binder.
Douglas and Antoinette Carraway experienced racism at Walter Woodward Elementary School.
There were plenty of things said during the discussion about whether Manteca Unified School Board Trustee Sam Fant should face censure for his behavior surrounding a set of personal Facebook pictures of a district employee that took the air out of the room Thursday night.
Lathrop Councilman Paul Akinjo didn't want to overstep his bounds and become a makeshift lobbyist without the blessing of City Manager Steve Salvatore or City Attorney Sal Navarrete.
Both of the Manteca Unified school board members who were charged last month with a host of felonies stemming from a voter fraud inquiry into registering to vote to run for trustee positions they were not legally entitled were notified days in advance by the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office that the charges were coming.