LATHROP – Mike Maldonado knew he had something special with his ribs.
LATHROP – Like any true artist, the product that Paul Morris churns out is constantly in flux.
Megan Greer just had a life affirmation.
LATHROP – The pension and retirement bug has finally bit the City of Lathrop.
Sometimes it takes a veteran to understand a veteran.
LATHROP – Will voters give their blessing to a November ballot measure that will give Lathrop the highest sales tax rate at 8.75 cents per dollar in San Joaquin County?
Jeff Shields has no beef with PG&E's frontline workers
Sure it was fun for a handful of City of Manteca staffers to ditch their work clothes for shorts and hats Wednesday afternoon and take to the softball diamond to battle the Del Webb Silver Sluggers.
The heat doesn't affect Manteca potter Randy Pearsall when he starts his day.
Handwritten letters and crude maps might not be needed anymore to discover the remains of the victims of the infamous "speed freak killers."
It was a phone call from her son that propelled Linda Silverman into the political arena.
The work for Festa do Espirito Santo de Manteca (FESM) President Jeremy Goulart started long before he was heaving quarters of beef Friday morning.
Were they rockets over Ripon or bombs over Baghdad?
LATHROP – Omar Ornelas was still early in his high school career when talks about the East Lathrop teen center first started before the Youth Advisory Commission.
LATHROP – All that Andre Campbell wanted to do was spark a discussion about the speed bump that runs straight into his driveway.
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When Joyce Gatto walks through the art gallery at Lathrop City Hall that bears her name, she can't help but point out all the ...
It's been more than a decade since the process started for acquiring the right of way and the necessary permits to build a bridge ...
When Christina Arcos was searching for a way that she could serve her community as the reigning Miss Pumpkin Fair, she didn't have to ...
If you've spent any time on Facebook in the last year, you've undoubtedly come across the "news" article that talks about how there ...
The letter from Superintendent Jason Messer to Stockton Kids Club Board Member Sharon Simas was straightforward and devoid of very many details.
Could luxury townhomes be what's next for Manteca's booming housing market?
Enhanced counseling services for elementary school students are coming to Manteca Unified.
For years students at Nile Garden Elementary School have had to drink bottled water because of high arsenic levels in the well that serves the ...
When Linh Ma moved to New Orleans to experience the culture, she had no idea that she would fall in love with the food that ...
Of the seven mandatory elements that will make up Manteca's General Plan, those who came out to the third visioning workshop Thursday night at ...
It has been almost a year since the Lathrop Police Services motorcycle unit was involved in an accident that totaled the 2014 BMW police motorcycle ...
"Should we walk to dinner, or should we take a cab?"
Earlier this year Lathrop Mayor Sonny Dhaliwal was ecstatic about learning that two large tenants were planning on moving into new facilities being built in ...
Help is needed in order to allow the committee that has formed to tackle Manteca's existing homeless issue do its job effectively.
Manteca Unified School District expects student enrollment to grow by 5.6 percent over the next five years according to long-term modeling.
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