FRENCH CAMP – Bill Houchins, Petco's regional manager presented the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office with a $10,000 grant award.
The group of young FFA students from Riverbank was at Woodward Park just after sunrise on Friday. Past the noon hour, they were still there with their mallets making sure the 5,800 white crosses that represent the 5,800 Americans who have died so far in the Global War on Terror are firmly planted in the grassy ground.
An armed robber hits a downtown bank.
Environmental studies for a project that has the potential to add distribution center space in Manteca equivalent to eight buildings the size of the Ford Motor Company's small parts distribution center in Spreckels Park will cost an additional $38,720.
Manteca's three-day salute to veterans and those who have served America and either died in battle or have since passed away starts today at 5:30 p.m. at Woodward Park.
Manteca's new Lathrop Road interchange isn't going to be your run-of-the-mill bridge over Highway 99.
You won't have to remind Chuck and Teri Palmer, Mike and Angela Anderson, Kevin and Leianne Graves, or Sally Monsoor this Memorial Day Weekend about the high cost of freedom.
A group of local Christian musicians will get the chance they've been waiting for this weekend.
Voters won't be able to say "yea" or "nay" to any PG&E proposal to extend electric service into new territory or expanding its system to serve additional customers should the measure the for-profit utility authored on the June 8 ballot - Proposition 16 - pass.
Temperatures running as much as 50 degrees cooler than a year ago coupled with a wet May has reduced South San Joaquin Irrigation District water use by 30 percent so far this month.
At least 150 runners and walkers will join Iraq War veteran Derek McGinnis and the author of "Exit Wounds": A Survival Guide to Pain Management" in the first Wounded Warrior Christopher Braley 5k run/walk that is part of the Memorial Day Weekend activities on Sunday, May 30, at Woodward Park. McGinnis served as a hospital corpsman for 11 years in the Navy. In November of 2004 he was severely wounded in Fallujah sustaining a traumatic brain injury and an above-knee amputation of his left leg for which he underwent extensive treatment and rehabilitation at military and Veterans Affairs medical ...
PG&E secured rate increases from 2007 through 2010 to replace 47,000 power poles.
LATHROP – Nonprofit organizations in Lathrop have until 4 p.m. on Thursday to submit their lottery application forms for Safe and Sane Fireworks fund-raisers this year.
LATHROP - The Lathrop Police Department is asking for the public's help in finding a man believed to have exposed himself to a young girl Tuesday afternoon.
Millions of people tuned in to the last season premiere of the epic motorcycle crime drama that is "Sons of Anarchy" Tuesday night.
The rules have been set now that the Ripon Community Athletic Foundation has completed a major part of renovations to the Ripon High track and stadium.
It was a Price is Right moment. Others used Vanna White of Wheel of Fortune fame for analogy.
Manteca's new Wound Center was the focal point of the Chamber of Commerce weekly coffee Wednesday morning and a dream come true for Kathy McKenzie, a longtime employee of Doctors Hospital of Manteca.
Manteca Unified has numerous portable classrooms.
Volunteers can do their part to rid the Stanislaus River of trash on Saturday, Sept. 20.
LATHROP – There's no way that Geoffrey Lum-Perez would ever get on a plane.
Two Grammy-nominated and Dove Award winners are performing at Immanuel Christian Reformed Church.
San Joaquin County Supervisor Bob Elliott and his wife Debbie are hosting the Saturday Senior Breakfast on Sept. 13 at 9 a.m. at the Manteca Senior Center, 250 Cherry Lane.
The Manteca High School Class of 1979 is having a 35th class reunion on Saturday, Sept. 13, at Chez Shari restaurant in the Manteca Golf Course.
The hum of harvest machines in San Joaquin County's almond orchards started two weeks ahead of schedule this year.
Ferdinand "Ferdie" Delima's face is tightly scrunched, and his biceps bulge like balloons as he mentally counts while each hand firmly holds on to a 30-pound weight.
Growth – specifically the building of homes – is drawing rumblings from more Manteca residents.
Groundwater in the Manteca, Ripon and Lathrop areas is projected to drop 10 feet this year when the traditional irrigation season ends on Sept. 30.