A drier than normal January has wiped out projections of an abundant spring snow melt as state water experts have reduced the run-off forecast to just about normal.
Scott "Q" Marcus made a life-changing decision on his 39th birthday in 1993.
Ernesto Farias had taken his wife to San Luis Obispo for their anniversary when he noticed a familiar sight.
A drive down Red Pheasant Lane isn't exactly a trip down Tobacco Road.
Highway 120 Bypass motorists 17 years ago couldn't exit at Union Road.
A dramatic two-car collision that saw one vehicle slamm into the front of a home at 548 S. Sequoia Ave. drew many nearby residents out of their homes at 6:40 p.m. Wednesday.
LATHROP – The decision on whether to install lighting under two freeway overcrossings used extensively by students will have to wait until at least April.
Dancing pickles, strutting cowboys, and Miss Liberty could soon be on the right side of the law in Manteca.
Three animal shelter volunteers, dressed in blue smocks and holding three tiny dogs in their arms made it obviously clear that the staffing of the new, modern facility is going to be set in a foundation of love.
RIPON – Larry Keethe will be missed.
The California Department of Correction's loss is professional photography's gain.
Squeezing out excess water from dead bugs is helping save Manteca ratepayers $480 a day.
Nadine Nakano will have nearly 20 of her original quilted creations displayed on the center stage at MRPS Hall where the 32nd annual Manteca Quilt & Doll Show is being held the first weekend of March.
Hundreds of property owners in the coming weeks may receive information in the mail about a proposal to add their property to the Manteca Redevelopment Agency project area.
RIPON – Larry Keethe helped make Ripon High into a perennial prep volleyball powerhouse.
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Mariah Rivera didn't get her chance to shine under the bright lights of the stage on Wednesday evening.
Five newly graduated registered nurses were welcomed into the health care family at Doctors Hospital this past week through the auspices of the Versant program ...
First on the scene of the ACE train derailment Monday night was Manteca's Anthony King – a deputy sheriff with the Alameda County Sheriff's ...
The proposed Ripon Gardens II Apartment Project received the green light Tuesday.
Even in the month that water usage is supposed to be at its lowest, the City of Lathrop still managed to find a way to ...
The average size of Manteca Unified kindergarten classes are shrinking.
Saksham Ghai is making big waves these days.
Those seeking to buy affordable homes aren't the only ones coming to Manteca from the Bay Area.
ACE commuter train service from Stockton to San Jose resumed today after a mudslide caused by an El Nino drenching sent a tree over the ...
Funds from the defunct Police Activities League went to worthy causes.
Manteca Police - responding to concerns that Woodard Avenue by Woodward Park has turned into a Northern San Joaquin Valley version of the Bonneville Salt Flats ...
SUNOL - The No. 10 ACE commuter train struck a tree that had fallen across the tracks derailing two passenger cars near Sunol sending one partially ...
Working as a city clerk wasn't even a remote desire of Joann Tilton when she graduated from Manteca High in 1979.
An improving economy has reduced the number of Manteca Unified School District students receiving free and reduced meals.
The Water Meter Implementation Program in Ripon is two-fold.
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