Corrine Haley strolled slowly down Yosemite Avenue Thursday afternoon, letting her flip-flops glide across the warm pavement.
LATHROP – Ashley Victorine doesn't mind that starting next year she'll be coming to school in the same outfit as many of her fellow Lathrop Elementary Warriors.
LATHROP – Residents can expect to see a monthly rate increase for their water and sewer rates starting in 2012.
Holly Hoben was nine years old when a series of transient ischemic attacks – episodes with stroke-like symptoms that may be a precursor to a real stroke – landed her in the hospital.
Devin Tailes is no stranger to the spotlight.
The settings were meticulously placed, the tables ornately decorated and the wall art serving as a stark reminder that you are in fact in a business that has deep British ties.
TRACY – Joanne Hieb needed to find something to keep busy after she sent her kids away to college.
Thanks to Jillian Goulart's complete game, the East Union Lancers were able to claw their way to a 5-2 victory over the Bear Creek Bruins Thursday afternoon during the NorCal Classic softball tournament in Tracy.
Lynn Weinmaster was all smiles as Secrets and Salon owner Sandy Asher shampooed her hair and prepared her for a mini-makeover Tuesday morning.
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.
Could two Manteca Unified School District board members that authorities believe committed perjury and a host of other crimes including voter fraud and then took an oath to uphold the Constitution of California actually be headed to jail?
"Sitting on the beam of the trestle, just watching the striped bass roll on in" – Not Otis Redding
The City of Ripon has no way of knowing how much water is actually being used by the interactive water feature at Mistlin Park, or by the pair of water fountains that grace the city's entrance on the east side of Highway 99.
The City of Lathrop has been sitting on $640,000 in state funds for a sidewalk along the pedestrian heavy Fifth Street for almost a year.
Roughly 80 percent of Lathrop's water comes from the ground.
LATHROP – "What does a guy like me have to do in order to be able to get a girl like that?"
After two months of detention in Punjabi prison a Lathrop resident and United States citizen might finally be getting the State Department intervention – or at least interest – that his family has been begging for.
The drought may mean two South County water play features designed to keep kids cool and happy will stay dry for the duration
Katie Williston usually this time of the year pulls down her sleeping bags and her outdoor gear in order to make sure that everything survived the winter – falling not to temperatures but to varmints – as she gears up for another beautiful Northern California spring.
It was a 2011 Crown Victoria with 91,000 miles.
They're silent, they're agile, and they're fast.
It's kind of the ultimate irony – the need for a municipality to do everything it can to meet a bureaucratic deadline dealing with a 200-year-flood when California is in the middle of what could very easily become its worst drought on record.
River Islands, when it is fully completed, will be a massive achievement in expert planning.
The Bureau of Reclamation expects an increase in the amount of water flowing down the Stanislaus River starting today.
LATHROP – The last slide of Jeff Shields' PowerPoint presentation said as much as the 10 slides ahead of it.