STOCKTON – Buying a used car doesn't have to mean that you're forgoing the benefits of owning a brand new model.
Ashley Owensby and Jessica Ray made themselves comfortable as they sunk into their chairs and leaned up against the fence inside the livestock area of the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds Wednesday morning.
All of the pieces of the famous television show were in place Tuesday night when The Commons at Union Ranch celebrated their one-year anniversary with the program dancing with the Manteca stars – pairing local high-profile faces with dance instructors for a night of fun.
Don Drummond has spent the better part of his life working with crochet needles in his spare time – a hobby that he picked up from his mother and just about every other senior member in his family.
By JASON CAMPBELL
Things haven't changed much inside of Anderson's Mower and Bike in the 34 years they've been serving the community.
Being a part of the Kid in a Box event three years ago left a lasting impression on Lawrence Peverini.
RIPON – Taking advantage of Ripon's natural jewel has long been a tradition for a families and adolescents alike.
RIPON – Larry Stocks didn't seem to mind the sun when he was showing three-year-old grandson Braydon Singh how to pick out the best blueberries in the bunch late Thursday morning.
It's sleek and stylish and has an advertising campaign that has made it the buzz of the automotive industry.
RIPON – Having to wait for buses to unload passengers and navigate railroad tracks might not be much of a worry for Ripon parents when school reconvenes in the fall.
RIPON – Getting farm-fresh produce right in the heart of town might be a reality for Ripon residents sooner than anyone expected.
RIPON – The shrubbery along the path that used to be a proud symbol of a strong neighborhood starts to grow wildly out of control – creeping up the walls and out into the cracks of the sidewalk.
RIPON – Could the streets of downtown Ripon soon be abuzz with local farmers peddling freshly picked wares?
Sometimes you end up in the same place in an entirely different situation.
MODESTO – Marcus Siamez knew that he didn't have to go to work today.
The first time that Gary Scharmann officiated a varsity high school football game he made a tackle.
MODESTO – They did what they were supposed to do.
MODESTO – Alright. We get it. You don't want a steak and you don't want chicken and fresh salmon – covered in lemon and butter and roasted over an open flame in foil – is out as well.
LATHROP – California is facing a water emergency.
TURLOCK – Tim Guerino knows that the model works.
Normally it's Carol Davis that has to visit Congressman Jeff Denham's office to ask for money.
Amazon's 1.2 million-square-foot fulfillment center off of Chrissman Road in rural Tracy was a feather in the cap for the South County when the company began distribution operations last fall.
One Manteca senior citizen got an unexpected surprise late Tuesday morning when he returned to his home on April Way behind Springtime Park.
I had every reason in the world to take in everything that South Florida had to offer.
LATHROP – It didn't matter to Darwinder Dhoot that 77 percent of those that voted in November of 2012 wanted it.
There are busy seasons.
A pair of armed robberies have Manteca Police officers looking to the public for help in identifying the men they believe are responsible.
LATHROP – Say the levee breaks.
LATHROP – Think you've got what it takes to be the grill master?