By JASON CAMPBELL
LATHROP – Non-profits serving the Lathrop community are seeking a piece of a $75,000 federal pie.
RIPON - A Newark bride-to-be and her bridesmaids in search of a wedding gown at a bargain price of $50 camped outside Marissa's Closet at midnight Friday hoping to be first in line when volunteers opened the doors 10 hours later.
Oakwood Shores had the dubious distinction of being San Joaquin County's biggest residential foreclosure casualty.
Mary Carigiet is an avid gardener.
Dollar General – dubbed the nation's largest small-box discount retailer – is putting its money down on Manteca.
RIPON - Today's the final opportunity for brides-to-be to pick up a wedding gown for $50 in cash only at Ripon's Marissa's Closet at the corner of Main Street and Elm starting at 10 a.m.
RIPON - The Ripon Branch Library will begin accepting sign-ups for the Children's Chapter Book Clubs On Wednesday, Feb. 8.
State lawmakers may clear up the fate of $46.7 million set aside for Manteca transportation infrastructure projects and affordable housing efforts.
Stop by the Manteca Quilters' 33rd Annual Quilt & Cloth Doll Show and you could go home with a "Courtyard Garden."
The El Rey Theatre when it opened on April 15, 1937 as Manteca's most prominent and tallest commercial building helped create a downtown buzz during The Great Depression.
RIPON – Elected leaders will look at plans and the cost of renovating the old museum building at Mavis Stouffer Park.
Looking for a place to watch the Super Bowl?
Three out of every four students involved in Give Every Child a Chance programs show at least a year's growth in language arts comprehension.
The Manteca Hall of Fame Class of 2007 includes Bea Bowlsby for business.
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Quick response by Ripon Police officers shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday resulted in the arrest of two men who allegedly trashed a Nativity Scene ...
Lathrop High teen Keannu Linnell is battling a malignant brain tumor.
Lisa Blackmon laid out her entire story for those who wanted to listen on Thursday night.
Two miles downstream from the City of Riverbank there is an underwater fence in the Stanislaus River.
Thirteen in every 100 Manteca Unified students access special education services.
The "Bells of St. Mary's" dramatically ringing brought one couple back into their church family following an absence of 20 years.
It is the most expensive public works project undertaken by the City of Manteca in more than 15 years coming in at $20.1 million.
When it comes to veterans and those currently serving in the military, Jason Resler is always willing to step up to the plate to lend ...
It's not a potential 1.1 million square foot distribution center such as approved last month for northwest Manteca by the city's Planning ...
When Sonny Dhaliwal came to Lathrop in 1996, the Starbucks where he often holds court when he meets with constituents was nothing more than a ...
Caroline Hutto and Christina Orlando were sworn in as school board members of the Ripon Unified School District on Monday.
Well, the events following the presidential election last month come as no surprise. In fact, I mentioned in one of my articles leading up to ...
Laughter filled the air in the small room off the main part of St. Anthony's School gymnasium on Friday as Sister Ann Venita and ...
McDonalds is going blue in support of law enforcement in Manteca and throughout San Joaquin County.
When Mark Houghton took over as Manteca's Public Works Director in late 2007 he was impressed with how the city had a good handle ...
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