RIPON – Lina Alahri remembers when she would sneak over to the Almond Blossom parade route as a kid and watch wide-eyed as what seemed like the world's longest parade passed by.
RIPON – The City of Ripon cleared a big hurdle Monday towards bringing the fireworks display back to the heart of the community.
Gov. Jerry Brown's proposed budget solution involves eliminating redevelopment agencies and enterprise zones to try and overcome a $25.4 billion deficit over the next 18 months.
It is a rarity in Manteca neighborhoods.
Three weeks from today, the St. Anthony of Padua School will throw its own version of a crab feed fund-raiser.
Editor's note: This is the third in an occasional series on Manteca traffic.
Manteca, Lathrop, and Tracy all comply with the state mandate to have urban water management plans in place.
A small army of volunteers spent Saturday morning putting the finishing touches on the Lincoln Park baseball backstop and infield renovation project while helping stretch the city's dollars at the same time.
Emergency repairs are being made on a levee on a bend in the San Joaquin River southwest of Manteca about a mile north of the confluence with the Stanislaus River.
The 7-Eleven convenience store at Yosemite and Powers will not be the same without the familiar face of Evan Nino who some customers say has become something of an icon to them.
The City of Manteca will end its annual Christmas tree and leaf collection program on Jan. 27.
RIPON - Face-to-face meetings with members of the public to promote communications between the police and residents start Wednesday, January 12.
Ana Fonseca, Ana Hernandez, and Tiffany Morrison recalled their days at St. Anthony's School, helping out at the various functions for Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
By DENNIS WYATT
LATHROP - Ron and Susan Dell'Osso had 135,000 paying visitors drop by their farm in 2010.
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The Manteca Police Department is seeking the public's help in solving a July 4 shooting death that occurred shortly after 4 a.m. on ...
It was always an adventure to travel over the hill from the San Jose area to grandma's house in Manteca in the early days ...
Manteca could be moving toward a "social host" style ordinance in a bid to clamp down on illegal fireworks.
100 years ago
Lee Almquist was on a bomber crew that returned from a mission and found that they couldn't land on the home ship - the U ...
A historic drought. Taking on the Goliath of for-profit power providers. Putting in place cutting edge pressurized technology for irrigation water delivery. Defending water rights ...
Peter Rietkerk understands the importance of creating a win-win situation between the environment, farming and urban water needs.
Manteca residents can get up to $1,300 in cash rebates to replace high water use front yard lawns with more efficient landscaping.
My family first moved to Manteca in February of 1985 when I was in 2nd grade. We had moved from the bustling city of San ...
River Islands at Lathrop sales are picking up steam.
Alvin Mendes did not come home.
Want to save some money by throwing some solar panels on the roof and letting nature cut into your PG&E bill?
Drugs and child endangerment charges landed a Ripon couple in jail this week.
The work now taking place at the Austin Road interchange and Highway 99 isn't a precursor to major traffic flow improvements or the physical ...
The City of Lathrop will save $10,000 in their first year under a contract with Northern California-based Bay Alarm to provide security services for ...
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