LATHROP – Because expenses are expected to exceed revenue for the next five years, the City of Lathrop is preparing to tap into its reserves to cover its budget starting in 2012.
Mark McCool never had any reason to believe in the paranormal.
LATHROP – It's now up to the Lathrop City Council to approve land use changes that will clear the way for the 384-acre Lathrop Gateway Business Park that could bring commercial office and industrial space to the community.
Armando Cordoba knew that he needed to do something after retiring from AT&T three years ago.
Reena Sodiny didn't know what activity she was going to do with her daughter for Earth Day when Friday rolled around.
As a professional dancer and a graduate of the prestigious Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Sierra High graduate Kelsey Nagie has always been plugged into the world of glamour.
David Mueller remembers exactly what it was like when the Manteca Kiwanis clubs had to spend hours upon hours hard-boiling and then dying eggs for their annual community Easter Egg Hunt.
LATHROP – Pulling maps to chart their path to a call is a thing of the past for the Lathrop-Manteca Fire District.
LATHROP – The lawsuit brought against Richland Planned Communities by contracted construction companies that haven't been paid for their work has been settled.
More than 4,200 families aren't going to have to go without the annual tradition of dyeing and hiding Easter eggs this year.
Mary Willis was up late Thursday night making sure that all of her federal tax forms were properly filled out – partially to avoid getting penalized and partially to make sure that she owed the amount of money to Uncle Sam that she calculated.
Sikhs from Manteca, Lathrop and the rest of San Joaquin County will gather in Stockton on Sunday, April 17, for the annual Sikh Day Parade that rings in the Sikh New Year.
Richard W. McDonnell – known to his friends as Dick – had no problem sharing his opinions about the status of things that were going on in Manteca.
Carol Crawford anxiously drives to her mailbox every afternoon looking for one piece of mail in particular.
Dio Gutierrez spends most of his days in intense pain.
It's a harsh $168 million reality.
LATHROP – Over the course of the last six months the Lathrop City Council has approved spending just over $191,000 for a restroom at River Park South, the demolition and reconstruction of the 7th Street Skate Park, study space at City Hall and solar lighting at Woodfield Park.
Gordon Kennedy trudges between rooms of his music lesson studio lackadaisically.
Dale Fritchen – a former two-term Manteca Unified trustee – believes that the school board has violated the Brown Act in at least three instances.
Don't expect to find that complimentary glass of water on your table the next time you sit down at a restaurant.
Four winters. Four consecutive years of drought.
If the murder case won't be enough to potentially keep Richard Howard Watkins behind bars for life, the other charges very likely will.
Last week a 27-year-old Manteca man was discovered dead in a county jail cell after Manteca Police officers arrested him earlier that night for public intoxication outside of a 7-Eleven convenience store.
Ashley Drain has absolutely no problem with the Manteca Unified "Going Digital" initiative.
Kevin Tate uses no carnival barkers.
It's a quote that has been attributed to many great thinkers across history, most recently Winston Churchill.
The lawsuits have started.
It didn't take long for Lathrop's founders to realize that development needs to pay its own way.
Dave Phippen is more than just a simple almond farmer.
Kaitlyn Batterton was quick on her feet.