LATHROP – The good news is that Lathrop City Manager Cary Keaten has come up with a way to balance the budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 without tapping into general fund reserves.
LATHROP – Jeryl Weiler was tossing around the idea of buying a scooter to get back and forth to her job in Stockton.
STOCKTON – Color Manteca salmon.
LATHROP – Going to the voters for an annual parcel assessment increase when almost everybody is tightening their personal budgets might seem like a desperate move by the Lathrop-Manteca Fire District.
Josh Meyer makes no qualms about the fact that he's a "city kid."
LATHROP – With the 2011-12 fiscal year fast approaching, the question before the Lathrop City Council is simple.
By JASON CAMPBELL
John Alim always liked photography.
Manteca Lions Past President David Macedo is constantly amazed by the generosity of residents that continue to support local service groups aiming to help the less fortunate.
Carroll Zwinge vividly remembers when her teacher put tape over her mouth to prevent her from talking and used rope to keep her from getting up out of her chair.
LATHROP - Lathrop Mayor Joseph "Chaka" Santos is putting his money where his mouth is when it comes of creating a slogan for the city he represents.
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.
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By JASON CAMPBELL
The temperature reached a high of 103 degrees at 5:06 p.m. Tuesday at the Manteca Civic Center.
It was a watershed moment in Manteca's ADA-compatibility fight.
Could 2,400 jobs be coming to Lathrop?
The water quality crisis at Nile Garden Elementary School will soon be no more.
Evaluating the success of coaches in Manteca Unified will now come down to more than just simple wins and losses.
The threat of a lawsuit against the district took much of the teeth out of the censure motion that was originally proposed for Trustee Sam ...
Sam Fant has thrown down the gauntlet.
Move over Sam Spade.
Homeless students and those in the foster care system are about to get a new advocate at Manteca Unified School District.
Jon Tapia doesn't quite know when it happened.
How much does it cost to keep that doggie off the street?
Bob Gonzalez was installed as the new commander for American Legion Post 249 on Tuesday night.
I was wrong.
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