The concept that Joe Costa had 28 years ago was simple – help the people who need helping the most.
April Petersen is caught in the middle of a culture shift.
By JASON CAMPBELL
Michael Placencia is a busy man.
LATHROP – In the eyes of the Lathrop City Council, it's official.
Haylee Smith grew up watching other kids get the opportunity to flip the switch to light up the community Christmas tree.
Rosemary Duenez says her heart breaks all over again when she wakes up in the morning and remembers that her son – 34-year-old Ernest Duenez Jr. – is gone.
LATHROP – San Joaquin County Sherriff Steve Moore knows that he's going to have to do something about the number of convicted felons that will soon start trickling into the county jail.
LATHROP – Elbert Winbush has made the Circle K at the corner of Louise Avenue and Cambridge Drive a regular and routine part of his life.
RIPON – Taylor Ray loves tradition.
Steve Galano dropped back to pass, scrambled to his right and found his open receiver.
Business has been good to Mike Lencioni over the last year.
Hayden Williams looked across the checkerboard at his great-grandmother and pondered his next move.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Morning Rotarians found themselves in a unique position Thursday morning.
Brian Mills knows that when it comes to helping those in the community, the lines between groups willing to lend a hand can overlap.
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The backdrop was fitting.
Want to know the hardest thing about getting healthy?
A handful of topics were on the table when candidates for political offices ranging from Congress to county supervisor appealed for support at the San ...
Traveling between Manteca and Lathrop will be a little bit difficult over the course of the next month.
Naresh Patel knew there was potential in the old taqueria next to his business on West Yosemite Ave.
Just how much does it cost to watch the Lathrop City Council on your local public access television?
When a city revises its "sphere of influence" map to designate areas in which it plans on expanding into, more often than not it grows.
Everybody knows that riding a bike and eating healthy are good for you.
Water and sewer rates in Lathrop are officially going up.
Well I hit my first real hurdle in the month-long process of trying to get myself healthy and back into shape.
Sometimes you just want ice cream.
Mark Elliott has to hit the ground running.
MODESTO – So you have some friends in town and you want to show them some of the best public art that the San Joaquin Valley ...
Robert Duchaine will be coming to the MRPS Hall on Saturday night to bring his own distinct brand of comedy to the community.
Two years ago Lathrop used 76.75 million gallons of water for the month of December.
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