Lucky McGovern can't retrieve a single conscious memory where drawing wasn't a huge part of his life.
LATHROP – Gracian Hulsey walked patiently with his wife Mary and their three grandchildren Friday morning at Dell'Osso Family Farms.
Andrew Bell doesn't like all the negativity associated with the hip-hop culture.
Carlos Carrasco had every intention of waking up early for the Black Friday sales.
Drew Elliott dropped back in the pocket, checked his receivers, and scrambled through a hole in an attempt to find the end zone.
It's not easy doing the grunt work associated with a Thanksgiving dinner large enough to feed more than 300 people.
LATHROP – George Domingo knew that he couldn't suggest a community service opportunity for the Lathrop High School Interact Club – the Rotary-based youth organization of which he is president – without volunteering to help himself.
Five area juveniles and two adults were arrested Wednesday as part of a coordinated probation sweep conducted by the police departments of Manteca, Stockton, and Escalon as well as the San Joaquin County Probation Department. A parole agent with the California Department of Corrections was also part of the sweep.
Karla Layden is looking forward to being one of the first people in line when the big-box retailers open their doors Friday morning.
Two years ago, Christine Acosta had every intention of making the concert and blanket drive for the HOPE Family Shelters an annual event.
The Manteca Boy and Cub Scouts are taking a stand against hunger.
Jerry Walker knows all too well how a bad economy can affect one's livelihood.
When Manteca artist Jill Guimont-Paddack was asked to come up with skateboard designs for Friday night's Skate and Destroy art show and auction to benefit breast cancer research, she jumped at the chance.
Judy Sonke is going to enjoy Thanksgiving more than most.
Spreckels Avenue might be a quick shortcut from Yosemite Avenue over to Moffat Boulevard, but it carries a whole different meaning for Jon Anderson.
A woman in her 60s is the first San Joaquin County resident to die this year after it was discovered that she had contracted West Nile Virus.
It doesn't work just to pressure Jack Weaver.
For the last 51 years Janis Music has been a generational go-to for families with musically gifted children – offering lessons to help them make it to the next level on their given instrument.
New Melones reservoir is now 15 percent lower than it historically has ever been in mid-October
One is a book about a gang of scalp hunters on the US-Mexico border in the 1850s and the harsh, brutal violence that they enact on anybody that they please.
Most downtown merchants are happy with the location of their businesses.
Paula Treick DeBoard can't write from home.
A rooftop chase late Tuesday night didn't end well for a suspect that mistimed his jump and crashed through a pine tree and down onto the ground where police officers – and a canine – were waiting for him.
It's a state-of-the-art water delivery system that makes life easier for both the growers and those charged with making sure that their crops get everything that they need.
Motorists could have a hassle-free trip down Lathrop Road by Christmas.
Omar Ornelas is running for election to the Lathrop City Council.
SANTA CLARA – Luis Reyes saw a loose ball bouncing around and knew that he had to make a play.
The general consensus about potholes?
MODESTO – East Union, meet Justin Rice.
Sam Guedoir knows Downtown Manteca.