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.
Dana Solomon has retired from the Manteca District Ambulance after more than 31 years of service starting as a paramedic and then serving as general manager of the non-profit.
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The Central Valley Early Iron Car Club bought new bicycles and toys for the Marines' Toys for Tots Christmas endeavor.
Jim Anderson always had a dream of being an actor.
Mike Restuccia and his wife Mona are sharing their good fortune with Ripon's police officers in covering half the costs of high impact bullet ...
A year old cold assault case has surfaced involving the suspect in the killing of 36-year-old longtime Ripon resident Aaron Messick – something of a carbon ...
A 37-year-old Cameron Park motorcycle rider was jailed for on suspicion of shooting into a home and at two residents Monday night on the east ...
When most people think of Christmas they think about candy canes and fresh baked treats and maybe a cup of hot chocolate.
Ground broke Wednesday at River Islands at Lathrop for the first of what could end up being three fire stations in the largest planned community ...
Manteca Unified may soon step up counseling services at the elementary school level.
Years ago, Tony Agbayani was an East Union High students speaking in front of the Manteca Unified school board.
Christmas time is alive and well in Lathrop.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following by George Murphy Jr. first appeared in his column, "Batting the Breeze," in the Dec. 28, 1950 issue of the ...
There's a chance the solid waste increases the Manteca City Council adopted Tuesday won't be fully implemented within four years as adopted.
There's something magical about the Manteca Soroptimists' Holiday Affair.
The Ripon Chamber of Commerce, the Ripon Police Department and the Ripon Fire Department are hosting the city's first Christmas parade Thursday at 5 ...
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