The recently revitalized 105-year-old Manteca Winery on Oak Street standing prominently alongside the Union Pacific Railroad just south of downtown Manteca will play host to the first Hot August Nights event at the old historical site.
RIPON - Marissa's Closet, that provides prom dresses for teens, has been named one of the non-profits that will benefit from Macy's annual Shop For A Cause Day through the end of August.
RIPON - Students at Ripon High won't have too much time, if any, to socialize between classes.
More than a dozen soccer coaches and players from 12 different countries will be in Manteca in August for the annual soccer camp offered through Crossroads Grace Community Church.
The Valley Cancer Center and Doctors Hospital of Manteca Imaging Center complex is on target to open between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays.
RIPON – The Ripon Consolidated Fire District isn't feeling the budget heat as much as other South County fire services.
Great Wolf Resorts - if they end up building in Manteca - will not pursue a six-story hotel structure.
The Manteca Unified School Trust's board of directors on Wednesday will discuss and determine how the opening of the position of executive director for the non-profit organization will be posted.
The Soria family that lost just about everything in a June 13 fire is the focus of an "all you can eat" benefit shrimp dinner set for Friday, Aug. 5, at the Manteca Senior Center.
LATHROP – A traffic signal is needed at Towne Center Drive and Golden Valley Parkway.
Crime scene investigations were paramount for 28 students attending the latest Junior Manteca Police Academy that ended last Friday at the Boys and Girls Club.
LATHROP – The California State Department of Social Services has revoked the home-based child care license of Kristy Sayles.
The dancing is intense, and the dancers are competitive.
Speeding on Woodward Avenue - as well as elsewhere in Manteca - is becoming more of a challenge for enforcement.
Eighty homes in Manteca are without water.
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Residents of Lathrop used slightly more water in February than they did in January.
The first new crossing of the San Joaquin River in the Northern San Joaquin Valley since Interstate 5 was built in the 1960s could be ...
George Terry was wearing his Vietnam veterans' baseball cap while delivering meals for Manteca Unified Nutritional Services at Nile Garden School when a staff member ...
Oakdale Police officer Sammy Gallego has been recognized by that city's elected leaders for helping save the life of a 10-year-old boy.
Mo'ne Davis - the first girl pitcher ever to win a game and throw a no hitter in the Little League World Series - will visit ...
The North Pointe Specific Plan was adopted by the Ripon City Council last summer.
The hottest tickets in Manteca for April - a seat at the Not Forgotten Evening of Honor dinner with guest speaker Mark "Oz" Geist who was ...
The Manteca Mural Society is inviting all veterans to gather Thursday, March 24, from 10 a.m. until noon at the American Legion Hall, 220 ...
Let me see if I've got this straight.
A partial solution to the flood woes between Mossdale Crossing and Vernalis southwest of Manteca on the San Joaquin River has been waiting for federal ...
Dell'Osso Farms is going whole hog for the debut of Baconfest during Father's Day Weekend.
Chris Musseman never had the desire to become a varsity head football coach.
Unsafe drinking water isn't something that Lathrop residents are going to have to deal with.
Manteca Unified School District in partnership with San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District is offering an air quality workshop on Wednesday, March 23, for ...
Roger Hartley believes the 10,800-home River Islands planned development enjoying brisk sales provides the key to addressing one of Lathrop's most perplexing problems ...
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