LATHROP - Joseph "Chaka" Santos loves Robert as in Robert's Rules of Order.
LATHROP – It's a game that can trace its history back hundreds of years to British royalty.
LATHROP – Three years ago today the body of Jeremy Lum was discovered floating in the river not far from the San Joaquin County Jail.
ESCALON – Sean Treat is no stranger to the McHenry Recreation Area or the cool current of the Stanislaus River that winds through the secluded park.
It started on Wednesday evening when nearly a dozen women got together to bake Portuguese sweetbread throughout the night.
Need to get that golden color and don't have enough time to get a traditional tan?
RIPON – All it took Daniel Costa to get hooked on hockey was one game.
Raul Martinez wiped the sweat from his brow as he edged the grass in his front yard Wednesday afternoon.
Working outside on triple-digit days doesn't bother Hope Fink.
LATHROP – Just who does cook the best chicken and ribs in Lathrop?
LATHROP – Gene Neely is nervous.
Joey Rohles didn't quite know what to think when he heard about the second evacuation order that had been given to residents in Minot, North Dakota.
Kenneth Beckerdite isn't your normal 19-year-old.
Rick Mariscal was thrilled when he found out that he was getting an extra day off from work to start a three-day weekend.
Paul Flores stays plugged in to his Native American heritage.
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Manteca High went three-and-out on its first possession.
Rick Baker said he's thrilled that the price of oil is seasonally as low as it has been for the last decade.
One of the first community events that Wesley Chamberlain participated in as a Manteca firefighter was the annual tip night at Applebee's to benefit ...
The population of Manteca is expected to top the 100,000 mark within the next decade.
Manteca already has the venue for your next convention.
By JASON CAMPBELL
Pete Zernik throws his weight to the left, pulls tight on the handlebars and lets gravity do the rest.
MODESTO – When I was in high school Modesto had all of the allure of the big city.
Deborah Herrera has seen the world from a bus windshield for the last 35 years.
It's an 800,000-square-foot behemoth situated on 106 acres that supplies groceries and supplies for the largest supermarket chains in Northern California.
They're big and they're yellow and they're slow.
Think you've got what it takes to burn the barbecue competition?
Cities like Manteca have taken a tough, no-nonsense approach to people foraging through garbage cans and bins looking for recyclables or discarded junk mail.
The section of Interstate 5 that runs through Lathrop is less than appealing.
Parks in the City of Lathrop are getting an upgrade.
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