Hector Alcaraz sat patiently in a Golden West classroom until it was his turn to learn a few martial arts tactics that could help him if he's ever attacked.
A collaboration between Manteca's non-profit tutoring agency and its largest electronics retailer is making it easy for both kids and adults to polish their technological skills.
The first four innings might not have been pretty, but East Union was able to get out with minimum damage Tuesday night in their non-league matchup against Escalon.
Standing in the rain dressed like Lady Liberty doesn't bother 22-year-old Ashley Bates.
It's been more than 15 years since Patty Reece watched her first orchid wither up and die.
LATHROP – Not many brick-and-mortar restaurant owners in Lathrop are happy about having mobile dining options moving in on their turf.
LATHROP – Once I became a junior in high school there wasn't a week that went by that I didn't eat at a taco truck with my friends.
As if playing on what East Union softball coach Brian Goulart calls a "million dollar field" at Stagg High wasn't enough, the Lancers had to make the most of the opportunity.
Al Talavera doesn't have to worry about setting all of the watches ahead at New York Diamonds to coincide with daylight savings time this weekend.
It might be the time that college students flock to Cancun for endless days of sun-drenched fun.
Dave Macedo has a reason to smile when he thinks about the generosity of Manteca residents.
LATHROP – The City of Lathrop is facing a Catch-22 when it comes to their municipal water supply.
LATHROP – A new library and teen center is in the works for Lathrop residents.
LATHROP – Time is on the side of taco truck vendors in Lathrop.
There's a hidden gem along the banks of the Stanislaus River.
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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.
By JASON CAMPBELL
Cassandra Morely normally worries about the price that she pays at the pump this time of year.
By JASON CAMPBELL
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