In the end, it wasn't a state agency that saved the day and kept a section of the levee behind Hays Road from blowing wide open and flooding the homes hundreds of residents south of Manteca
They say that farmers can patch anything.
It is coming.
As fears of flooding along the San Joaquin River mount, the City of Lathrop has issued a bulletin to residents to explain the situation that they're facing and quell any fears that may be building.
It's not exactly a destination that people from around the country and the world are flocking to on vacation.
With the commercial and light industrial growth expected in the area, the Yosemite Avenue/GuthmillerRoad exit off the 120 Bypass is going to be seeing a sharp increase in traffic.
Is it all a cash grab gone terribly wrong?
Tony Cardoza sits in his pickup truck on a levee in South Manteca and looks out of the swollen San Joaquin River that has completely engulfed one of his fields.
If anybody wants to know how serious the threat of flood is from the levees of the San Joaquin River is to those who live and work near it, they only need to look as far as South Manteca.
LATHROP – There is 10,887 cubic feet of water per second flowing into Don Pedro Reservoir.
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.
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The spillway at Don Pedro Reservoir has closed.
If you live in a developed part of Lathrop, there's a very good chance that you have better protection than most when it comes ...
Could a surge of partially treated wastewater – essentially raw sewage – be soon coming down the San Joaquin River?
Frank Teixeira was doing what he always does at 6 a.m. on Wednesday – cutting meat and making sure that everything is ready for a ...
The evacuation order for the areas south of Woodward Avenue and west of S. Airport Way has been lifted.
For a short while on Wednesday Airport Way was closed to traffic in both directions at Division Road as crews moved equipment from one trouble ...
When Mike Kelly started working to help get homeless people off Manteca's streets, he started a logbook.
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