Some 130 Manteca residents lost their jobs in December to push Manteca's unemployment rate to the highest level since the start of World War II.
LATHROP – A custom-made portable barbecue pit valued over $8,000 could steal the show at this crab feed fund-raiser.
A clarion call went out to members of the Del Webb at Woodbridge residential community asking for volunteers to support as many as six public service groups in Manteca.
LATHROP – The newly remodeled Baskin-Robbins store in Lathrop is throwing a big party today for its grand re-opening and the community is invited.
It took Atherton Homes 2 ½ years to sell four homes larger than 4,000 square feet.
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A Saturday morning breakfast at Johnny's Restaurant will give Manteca residents a chance to question Police Chief Dave Bricker about community policing.
Manteca Police Officer Randy Chiek has lost his canine partner "Coal".
Jack Thomson never had to think twice about the career path he was going to take.
Outdoor enthusiasts are the next beneficiaries of the decision by South San Joaquin Irrigation District to build the Tri-Dam Project in the 1950s.
RIPON – Joie Darretta works the room gracefully – taking the time to make eye contact with those she knows that she'll have to talk to in sort of a "don't leave, I'm coming" look.
Steven Thomas isn't a fan when the San Joaquin Valley Tule Fog rears its ugly head in the late winter months.
Manteca taxpayers won't get saddled with any potential clean-up costs related to ground water contamination involving part of the land where the new animal shelter is being built.
Manteca is refusing to roll over and play dead for Sacramento when it comes to deterring the theft of local property taxes.
Answering the screams of a woman crying out for help, Manteca Police Officer Greg Beall heroically kicked in the door of a Manteca home in late September to put a stop to what was described as the repeated raping of a woman who had been kidnapped.
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The fledging Great Valley Bookfest - now in its fourth year - is the latest chapter in the book being written to not just elevate literacy rates ...
Don't be surprised to find Paula Treick DeBoard at a Starbucks.
Manteca for the third straight month fell short of the state-mandated goal to reduce overall water use by 32 percent over 2013 consumption levels.
Manteca Police responded to a predawn shooting in the 300 block of Locust Avenue Thursday where a 20-year-old resident chased after the shooter that fled ...
Cracking pavement on South Main Street just north of the 120 Bypass has irked motorists for years.
"Amber" the puppy, made quite an impression at the Ripon Public Library Tuesday afternoon before a group of parents and children.
Former Doctors Hospital CEO Nico Tejeda flew back to Manteca Wednesday to introduce his replacement to Manteca Chamber of Commerce members at the weekly coffee ...
Is a bill designed to protect California's agricultural heart from massive future floods preventing new home construction?
One of two shooters who forced their way into a River Road home in the 19600 block of River Road east of Ripon at 6 ...
The Manteca Unified Board of Education could have gone any one of four ways when it came to replacing the seat vacated by the embattled ...
Chris Teicheira might be known for being the funnyman, but he's soon going to be known as the writer.
One man's trash is another man's treasure.
Mayor Steve DeBrum is convinced the acronym "FEZ" will in the not-too-distant future be associated with jobs and prosperity.
The 26-year-old Manteca man who was involved in a collision with a pickup truck Monday afternoon on East Louise Avenue some 100 yards east of ...
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