California's aging roadways have long been a problem – plagued by overuse and an antiquated gas tax that doesn't generate nearly as much money as the maintenance requires.
Lisa Van Groningen spends years crafting quilts by hand appliqueing individual panels and then combining them into a beautiful work of art.
The ideas ranged from buying out entire blocks of homes to expand the campus to how the configuration of Manteca High's new entrance on Moffat Boulevard would be laid out.
The good news is that the City of Lathrop is saving $9,320 a month in energy costs since committing to a solar project on some of the city's largest buildings.
In one scenario, Manteca High School would be two stories with a rebuilt tower, regulation athletic facilities, a cafeteria capable of serving as a rain shelter and better overall security for students.
The more money that's allocated to the Lathrop Parks and Recreation Department's scholarship fund, the more children get involved with city-sponsored programming.
That extra penny that you pay on every dollar that you spend at the pump or the cash register in Lathrop is making a difference.
Ryan Carter knows firsthand the joy of being a pet owner.
Brandon Darcey doesn't quite know what he's going to do for his girlfriend for Valentine's Day.
The City of Lathrop is doing everything within its power to find the funding necessary to overhaul the miles of levees that protect the city's existing development and proposed expansion.
In a way, Jim Anderson has already accomplished nearly everything one could ask for.
After 15 years of being a truck driver, Trevor Shamblin wanted to do something different.
Figuring out how to overhaul miles upon miles of aging levees is not cheap.
The fairytale story of the 2015 Sierra High School state football championship just hit the big screen.
Residents of Lathrop used slightly more water in 2016 than they did the year before, increasing consumption less than one percent over the previous year of the drought.
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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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