It might have only been the first Downtown Farmer's Market of the year, but the dozen farms represented enjoyed the best start that the weekly outdoor summer event has had since it was rekindled by the Manteca Convention and Visitors Bureau several years ago.
LATHROP – Four non-profits will get the chance to set up fireworks stands in Lathrop in order to raise money for their respective organizations.
It could have been the story of the Navy Seal who gave his life so others could live, or the 5,800 crosses honoring those who paid the ultimate price for freedom.
The three-year long process to update the City of Manteca's General Plan Housing Element is only a City Council vote away from being finalized.
The memo about being done with high school after Friday's graduation ceremony apparently never circulated the halls of Manteca High.
RIPON – Ripona Elementary Class President Chuy Calvo seemed steadfast as he walked up to receive his citizenship award Thursday night during the school's 8th grade graduation, but by the time he actually received the plaque he couldn't help but smile.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Elementary School class of 2010 can walk into high school knowing that they're already doing things just a little bit differently.
Lathrop Elementary Principal David Silveira gets extra credit for going against the grain.
STOCKTON – Sure the new car smell is nice, but is worth the thousands of dollars that you forfeit when you drive a brand new car off the lot?
A group of local Christian musicians will get the chance they've been waiting for this weekend.
More than 100 eighth grade students from McParland Elementary School are ready to start the next chapter in their lives.
They came in droves to see off an old friend as she heads into retirement more than four decades into her career.
Adversity is nothing new to Manteca Adult School students who balance families, work schedules and a host of other obstacles to attend class every day.
How many cheerleaders can you fit into a box?
Everyone wants to pack everything they have into the back of a U-Haul and head down to Hollywood to pursue a career in acting.
LATHROP – You might want to think twice before grabbing that garden hose.
The Saturday shooting across from Antigua Park was brazen, breakneck, and bold.
It was an honest mistake.
The entire ordeal took less than a minute.
Friday wasn't a day of celebration for Rob Cox.
It sounds like a restaurant.
It took more than two months, a week in the San Joaquin County Jail, a $100,000 cash bond and countless trips back-and-forth to Las Vegas.
All that Magdi Zakher wanted was equipment.
As goes Washington, D.C., so goes the nation.
LATHROP – The woman hoping to unseat longtime Manteca Unified trustee Manuel Medeiros doesn't appear to live in his district.
It is being hailed as an economic juggernaut – a $39 million infrastructure upgrade providing vital access to development that will help push the boundaries of what Manteca can become and who it will attract for the next two decades.
LATHROP – The official-looking Department of Defense signs have been painted over.
LATHROP – The nearly 11,000 homes that will be constructed at River Islands will drastically alter the landscape of whatever school district ends up serving the students that fall within its boundaries.
LATHROP – Rosalinda Valencia doesn't think that Lathrop Mayor Sonny Dhaliwal has been putting his best foot forward when it comes it representing the people of the community.
Karen Duke almost gave her life to the cause she believed in most.