Cancer victims aren't alone.
LATHROP – The section of Louise Avenue between Fifth Street and McKinley Avenue will be closed for five days in September.
Off-duty Manteca firefighters are waiting tables tonight at Applebee's to raise money to provide free tutoring services to struggling youth.
Steve Kamau is tired of "noise pollution" from Union Pacific Railroad trains sounding their horns as they ramble through Manteca often at speeds in excess of 55 mph.
Repeated double-digit drops in Manteca's crime rate over the past several years has prompted skeptics to claim it is only because people are frustrated and have stopped reporting crime.
Kids can burn off some energy tonight during the downtown Manteca farmers market at Library Park by taking advantage of a free jump house.
RIPON - Ripon Police Chief Richard Bull was lauded as "a cops' cop" who most enjoyed being out on the street with his officers during his 34 years in law enforcement.
LATHROP – Lathrop-Manteca Fire District Chief Fred Manding has announced his retirement to the board of directors.
LATHROP – Wanted: Lathrop residents' input on what type of police service is best for the city.
Kenny Boynton looked forward to attending Friday's teen dance at Golden West School.
More than 300 acres between Roth Road and Lathrop Road west of Airport Way could accommodate Manteca's next employment center.
A three-year-old Manteca girl is being called a "hero" after she ran some two blocks to get firemen to help her dad who, she said, was "frozen" and wouldn't wake up.
A former Sierra High School sports standout is making a big splash on the silver screen.
Police Chief Dave Bricker knows what Manteca would be like without the dedicated volunteers who help the department protect lives and property.
The advancement of a $2.3 million project to landscape large swaths of the Highway 99 and Highway 120 Bypass corridors through Manteca could end up saving the general fund money by reducing water costs for park irrigation.
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Lathrop's Parks and Recreation Department is being streamlined from the top down.
When I chose the headline for this article I immediately pictured a bunch of moms with toddlers eagerly reaching for the newspaper, assuming the word ...
Welcome to Manteca.
I love football.
Storms. Rising reservoirs. Weeds growing like crazy.
For the second summer in a row, Manteca Unified tax dollars are funding a six-week open swimming pool program for Stockton's Weston Ranch neighborhood ...
Three major community egg hunts and festivities are planned for Saturday.
Lou Gehrig Disease (ALS) is the focus of a fundraising drive thru dinner set for May 18 at Las Casuelas Mexican Restaurant in Manteca.
School boards should not be composed of Santa Claus wannabees.
Homes built starting next year in River Islands at Lathrop could slash their city water use 40 percent and maintain lush grass and landscaping even ...
California's ongoing drought is affecting a lot more than just food prices.
When stories and scriptures from the Bible are vividly acted out through illustrated sermons, it's as if a spotlight is thrown onto the flawless ...
A 36-year-old Manteca man ended up jailed on assault with a deadly weapon charge after he allegedly used his car to attack two individuals trying ...
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 ...
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