With so many choices in front of her, Amber McKinney was almost overwhelmed when browsing the vendor booths in front of the AMC Showplace Cinemas Tuesday afternoon.
LATHROP - The Lathrop City Council is about to get a refresher course in the rules and procedures that govern their positions.
LATHROP – The 24-Hour Relay for Life participants won't have to worry about vacating Lathrop's premier park after the official closure time arrives.
Carlos Gonzales couldn't stop laughing as he dribbled his soccer ball through the grass at Woodward Park.
LATHROP – Most people wouldn't think that home sales in the South County for the last year were very strong.
LATHROP – Not even Mother Nature's late spring curveball kept the true diehard rodeo fans home on Saturday afternoon.
LATHROP - A massive decline in property tax revenue caused by the recession has forced the Lathrop-Manteca Fire District to look at eliminating positions, reducing services and possibly shuttering a fire station.
LATHROP – It's a safe bet that Lathrop won't adopt the slogan "The Mule Capital of the World," regardless of how stubborn local politicians can be at times.
In a sense, Michael Pan won't be traveling very far when he makes the trek over the hill to start attending classes at the University of California in Berkeley in the fall.
All that Randy Schaapman thinks about these days is how much longer he has to wait until the weekend gets here.
Most people will recognize Jasmine Currimao around the Sierra High School campus as the standout point guard of the girls' basketball team.
The strong smell of marijuana penetrates the air and drug paraphernalia is evident throughout the room.
It isn't hard for East Union senior class president Alexis Martinez to remember what she enjoyed most about her four years on campus.
LATHROP – Priscilla Rodriguez was more than intimidated when she decided to venture out and try her hand in the leadership class at Lathrop High School.
All I knew about The Lisa Project was that it had something to do with showing child abuse through the eyes of the victims.
As a Weston Ranch parent Alison Ordner was stunned when she believed was slandered, threatened and cyber-bullied when she tried to raise a concern.
When is a personal Facebook page no longer personal?
There's nothing small about the proposed Lathrop Gateway Business Park.
Every move that Brad Peters makes is thought out.
That meme with the tough-faced toddler holding up his fist to signal an accomplishment?
If it all goes according to plan the City of Lathrop might have just made its last $1.2 million debt service payment for a series of bonds taken out to participate in the South County Water Supply Project.
When the City of Lathrop sends representatives to Washington, D.C., as part of an annual lobbying trip they hope to bring back more than dirty clothes in a suitcase.
Devonte Jenkins has one semester left before he's done at Modesto Junior College and headed off to Southern California to fulfill his lifelong dream of attending film school.
It's really a simple equation when you boil it all down.
Forget the fancy charts and the complicated graphs - the message was simple.
Lathrop used 17 percent less water in 2014.
Martha Landon used to dread pulling her GMC Yukon XL up to the gas pump.
The wave of Americans with Disability Act lawsuits that plagued Manteca and Ripon businesses over the course of the last year could be stalled if a bill introduced by State Senator Cathleen Galgiani takes effect.
Tina Murphy can't wait until her lease is over.
MODESTO – It's hard to mess up a hamburger.