STOCKTON – Sick prisoners might be just what the doctor ordered for the struggling San Joaquin County economy.
LATHROP - Bennie Gatto loves Lathrop.
Matthew Hartig likes the apartment lifestyle.
STOCKTON – Dale Caldwell walked up and down the aisles of the Delta College flea market Saturday morning looking for anything that might strike his fancy.
To say that the last few months have been tough for Sabrina Murphy would be an understatement.
Nancy Teicheira remembers the day that the San Joaquin River swelled to the point that it broke the very barriers designed to contain it.
When it comes to staying fit Andrea Hiatt thinks that living an active lifestyle is the key ingredient.
Sure the fireworks on the Embarcadero shimmer over The Bay and the atmosphere at some of San Francisco's legendary nightclubs can't be replicated.
LATHROP – From truckloads of salmon to feed the seniors to famous favorite sons coming back to their old stomping grounds, 2011 was an event-packed year for Lathrop and its residents.
LATHROP – Despite tight fiscal times over the course of the last year, Lathrop has been working to move forward even in the face of dire adversity.
Karon Calhoun pulled her bike into Library Park, picked out a new winter jacket and sat down for a hot holiday meal.
Pastor Mike Dillman knows that not every family was in a position this year to have the kind of Christmas they wanted.
On any other day Nathan Maier would have struck gold.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Lions Club wanted to do something for Christmas that would leave a lasting impression on families in need.
When it comes to Christmas wishes, Ben Jetton has heard them all.
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When the emergency room bill came for Joe Molina Jr. after he ended up in the hospital shortly after graduating from high school, he didn ...
STOCKTON - Homeowners in Weston Ranch are "cautiously optimistic" after the Manteca Unified Board of Education voted on Tuesday to pay the upcoming debt service on ...
It has been weeks since a Manteca family found out that their daughter had been murdered in a grisly domestic violence episode in Arizona.
LATHROP – Most of the Lathrop City Council doesn't believe that those who levy the fines should be the same ones who determine whether they ...
Scott Tolman would have loved to train in Manteca year-round.
LATHROP - The City of Lathrop could end up adding some teeth to their push to eradicate illegal fireworks in the community in the coming months.
For the longest time I've told myself that I can't wait to lose weight because then I'd be able to go buy ...
Are you a scientist, engineer, mathematician or somebody else in a STEM career that is passionate about sharing your love for science with students?
Residents have complained that Harlan Road between Louise Avenue and Lathrop Road is a racetrack for motorists.
Tom Patti knows that change isn't going to come overnight.
Sharon Washington doesn't want to stop traffic and doesn't want to interrupt people's day.
The mercury may have soared past 100 degrees for multiple days in a row back in June, but Lathrop residents still found a way to ...
The November ballot for local races has officially been set.
Pastor Johnnie Clark Jr. just wants peace.
The City of Manteca had to go so far as to amend the municipal code to clean up Library Park.
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