Two years ago, Christine Acosta had every intention of making the concert and blanket drive for the HOPE Family Shelters an annual event.
Manteca is about to make its mark on the agricultural world.
A bold move by farmers to form the South San Joaquin Irrigation District 101 years ago literally changed the economic fortunes of Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon.
A rating from the Insurance Services Office (ISO) - a New Jersey-based firm that collects data and analyzes statistics - has a big influence on how much you pay for fire insurance.
Who needs fall in New England when you have Caswell State Park within a short - and colorful - 10 minute drive away?
LATHROP – If you're feeling generous on Saturday, Dec. 4, stop by the parking lot of Save Mart on Harlan Road in Lathrop.
The Manteca Boy and Cub Scouts are taking a stand against hunger.
Jerry Walker knows all too well how a bad economy can affect one's livelihood.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District's future headquarters could be both an easy-to-find location but hard to spot.
When Manteca artist Jill Guimont-Paddack was asked to come up with skateboard designs for Friday night's Skate and Destroy art show and auction to benefit breast cancer research, she jumped at the chance.
A net gain of 200 Manteca residents found jobs in October to push the unemployment rate down to 14.3 percent.
RIPON – The Knights of Columbus of St. Patrick's Church in Ripon has "adopted" 10 families for Christmas.
Judy Sonke is going to enjoy Thanksgiving more than most.
Furloughs - critical to the City of Manteca's strategy to avoid deficit spending in the weakened economy - means all non-essential municipal staff won't be working for the next nine days.
LATHROP – More than 50 entries are expected to take part in the annual Christmas parade in Lathrop to be held Saturday, Dec. 11.
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Manteca Unified trustee Stephen Schluer doesn't ever want to see another tragedy that happened near Shasta Elementary School repeated.
The Ripon High music department has a grand opportunity to add to its program.
There's an opportunity for crafters and others to take advantage of Bass Pro Shops' strong pull this Saturday, Oct. 17, from 9 a.m ...
If the names and face of the second $100 Bulletin pumpkin winner looks familiar, you're right.
A deal that averted a legal showdown between the Department of Water Resources and the South San Joaquin Irrigation District/Oakdale Irrigation District will help ...
You can take a sledge hammer to a car, toss rings for wine, and partake in a carnival atmosphere of fun and help fund a ...
Last Tuesday was supposed to be a new beginning for the Manteca Unified School District.
Just minutes before 2 a.m. Sunday, two men were reportedly shot in the area of Park Avenue and Oregon Street in the South Central ...
Shots were fired into a Harding Avenue residence at 1:13 a.m. Sunday from a passing car just north of North Street in central ...
A large semi-rig turned onto its side at 1:17 p.m. Monday as it made a sweeping turn from southbound Highway 99 to eastbound ...
Cindy Scheublein – the new CEO at Bethany Home – grew up with a grandmother who taught her first and foremost the importance of seeing into the ...
An aging former drive-in that was converted into the now-shuttered DeVega Brothers restaurant may soon be replaced with a new 3,400-square-foot restaurant and 3 ...
The first official cheer to ever be performed was in 1884 at Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.
Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 949, introduced by Assembly Member Lorena Gonzalez (D-San Diego), last week to classify competition cheer as a California ...
It hit Julie Minton one day when she was walking along Van Ryn Avenue approaching the undercrossing of the 120 Bypass.
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