As a nurse practitioner that specializes in women's issues, Robin Mesa knew how important breast self-examinations were.
RIPON - Julie De Araujo, Bethany Home's director of development in Ripon, has been nominated to receive recognition for her efforts in dedication, time and fundraising in support of the philanthropic needs of her community.
RIPON - An estate planning workshop – including information on "Crops Unitrust" – a unique way for farmers to give to their favorite charities, is being offered by the Bethany Home Foundation.
SONORA - Sonora again will host the magical and mystical world of All Hallows, where reality meets the fantasy world of old the weekend of Oct. 22-23.
STOCKTON - The Stockton Symphony presents the Sphinx Virtuosi in a special concert on Friday, Oct.21, at 7:30 p.m. at Faye Spanos Hall on the University of the Pacific campus.
LATHROP – Three Lathrop women in leadership positions were honored recently for their contributions to the community and for "making a difference in San Joaquin County and abroad."
Banning the wearing of gang colors and motorcycle club regalia from downtown Manteca during the Pumpkin Fair was possible because in issuing permits the city essentially turned over control of the streets to the Sunrise Kiwanis.
STOCKTON – In the book, "Becoming Dr. Q: My Journey from Migrant Farm Worker to Brain Surgeon," the six-page acknowledgments ends with these three sentences: "How can I thank my wife? Anna, you are the best in-house editor, fellow traveler, life partner, friend, mother, and role model I could have imagined in the journey of writing this book. Thank you for everything. I love you."
LATHROP – Drivers along Mossdale Road are about to get an unexpected surprise.
A program in the Republic of the Congo that is helping empower women and children is one of the projects that will benefit from this year's Heavenly Holiday Tea fund-raiser by the Women's Ministry at The Place of Refuge in Manteca.
Library Park went to the dogs Saturday.
Rick Rapoza doesn't have a set schedule when he rolls out of bed.
A couple from Kentucky staying in Manteca a few weeks back are Juliene Flanders' kind of tourists.
Bob Hall took his seat on the bench to take a breather.
Shoppers paying Manteca's extra half cent sales tax are helping insure that Manteca's Police force won't be trimmed by four officers in mid-2012.
The situation involving the integrity of the San Joaquin River levees and the impacts that is creating as of 12:01 a.m. this morning
The San Joaquin River that is imperiling farms in South Manteca and roughly 40,000 residents in Lathrop and Weston Ranch would be less of ...
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 ...
Plans of transitioning Colony Oak Elementary School into a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) campus will take another step forward on Monday.
Chuck Crutchfield and Steve DeBrum – both longtime Kiwanis members – were surprised at a 100-year Rotary Foundation celebration Thursday night at Spring Creek Country Club with ...
Fire Departments in Manteca, Lathrop and Ripon were busy Friday with endless calls about fallen trees and downed power lines caused by the extreme wind ...
It's not your imagination. Manteca's streets are getting dangerous.
The yearly "Elegant Edibles" fundraiser at Ripon's Weston School set for 6 p.m. until midnight Saturday at the Ripon Community Center will also ...
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 ...
Manteca is not taking any chances.
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 ...
Following a three-day interruption of rail service due to weather conditions, the Altamont Corridor Express continues limited service today and Monday with full resumption of ...
The Ripon City Council continues to work towards offering more for the downtown dining experience.
Pallets often become essential for navigating Manteca Unified school campuses during extensive periods of rain.
A suicidal man who apparently wanted police to shoot him walked onto southbound Highway 99 near the Lathrop Road overcrossing Wednesday morning setting up a ...