Call Ben Cantu the Energizer Bunny of Manteca municipal politics.
The Turkeys R Us effort is $10,000 short with 20 days to go until Thanksgiving.
Grace for Vets. That's the name of the program started a few years ago by Francene Escobar which gives all veterans a free express car wash at Quicki-Kleen in Manteca on Veteran's Day, Nov. 11.
Tom Wilson was amazed to see the vibrance back in the "Cow-munity" dairy mural.
Joe Pellegrino knows freedom carries an extremely high cost.
As Kristen Koehler handed in her election papers to the precinct workers, other people played goo-goo with her smiling 7-week-old son Logan in the baby carrier.
Oakland's loss is Manteca's gain.
Manteca developers have built and sold 834 homes since the start of 2007.
Job centers and not housing are in line to develop first in the proposed 1,049-acre Austin Road Business Park project.
Landon is a 3-year-old local boy who, according to his mother, Nicole, graciously gave away his Halloween candies to a good cause.
There are 24 days left until Thanksgiving and Turkeys R Us has raised only enough money so far to provide the traditional holiday meal for 1,080 struggling families in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop.
Manteca planners have heard a group of rural residents northwest of the city loud and clear.
Accountability is No. 1 on Chuck Carpenter's list.
Two members of the Manteca Artists Guild are taking center stage in the Council Chambers at the Civic Center.
Scenes from the Sunday "Trunk or Treat" event at Manteca High.
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Closed means closed after a Manteca restaurant owner was convicted of tax evasion in San Joaquin County Superior Court early in May.
Body cameras are being issued to the officers of the Ripon Police Department.
Manteca in April reduced its water use by 34 percent to its lowest level in at least 13 years.
Manteca will use $115,000 in bonus bucks to pay for a commercial kitchen and bar for the $1.3 million Moffat Community Center that - once it is completed - will be turned over to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6311 to operate.
The Brits are coming!
Pete Oresco knew what he wanted when he sauntered into Library Park.
A 10-member citizens committee meeting Thursday could set in motion changes that may drastically alter how people in Manteca not just use water but how the city itself looks in the future.
The Lathrop City Council has lowered the speed limit on a large section of Harlan Road.
Ripon Christian Elementary School graduated 36 students last Thursday night with most moving on to Ripon Christian High School.
Two Trustee Awards were presented to graduating eighth graders – Madeline Bettencourt and Kyle Kresse – at Colony Oak School last week for excellence during their last year in elementary school.
Two men in their early 20s stole three cell phones along with a purse at gunpoint Monday shortly after 11 p.m. in Lathrop.
This evening's inaugural revamped downtown farmers market dubbed "Market & Music in Manteca" promises to live up to its billing.
Interested in scuba diving? Curious about what lifeguard training involves? Want to swim laps for exercise? Need to learn how to swim? Or do you just want to splash around and have fun?
Law and order isn't cheap.
It could take up to 40 years for Union Pacific to almost triple the size of its Lathrop intermodal facility that transfers truck trailers to and from railroad cars.
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