LATHROP – Find the fish and you can feed the people.
Cheryl McFall loves the view from her new office.
Jon Reyes still enjoys the red velvet ropes, the laser lights and the pulse of the music – all of the things you'd find at a nightclub.
LATHROP – Melody Bayardo just wants to see what's left of her unique little slice of town go back to the way that it once was.
The game that unfolded at Guss Schmiedt Field Friday night was anything but pretty.
Jenny Yu checked her helmet, pulled her gloves tight and eyed the 35-foot wooden pole in front of her.
LATHROP – Georgianna Reichelt doesn't make any qualms about the fact she has deep roots in Lathrop.
LATHROP – All that Donald Vandergoltz wanted to do was safely drop his grandchild off at Lathrop Elementary School.
Lathrop High's boys soccer team gave Manteca all it could handle on senior night Wednesday.
It would have been easy for Luis Marquez to sleep in on Tuesday morning and spend the early part of his day hanging out with buddies.
Everything appeared to be going as planned for the Manteca Jaguars during their Cen-Cal first-place the Modesto Broncos Saturday.
LATHROP – Vice Mayor Christopher Mateo is ready to take his fight to Sacramento.
Reassessed commercial property values, a devastated housing market and a failed parcel tax didn't leave the Lathrop-Manteca Fire District Board of Directors a whole lot of options.
After a defensive battle in the first half, a kickoff return ignited a back-and-forth scoring barrage in Manteca High's 26-20 sophomore victory over Sonora Friday.
Charlotte Stackpole held the rail straight as her kids balanced on one of the pieces of challenge equipment at Library Park Friday afternoon.
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Francisco Cebreros is going to be an Army man.
Paul Binford doesn't just build motorcycles.
Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion isn't ready to say whether Proposition 47, which reclassified some property crimes that were felonies as misdemeanors, was a ...
Let there be light.
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.
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