LATHROP – The battle between mobile taco trucks and brick-and-mortar restaurants in Lathrop continues.
LATHROP – Manteca is known as "The Family City."
Manteca's proposed expressway could end up being a major truck route.
It's been all about "thug control" in the taking back of a residential area near Crestwood Avenue and Cottonwood Drive just south of Lathrop Road over the last three years.
LATHROP – Nearly three years after Lathrop's first high school campus opened, city officials are taking initial steps to ensure students walking under the Interstate 5 bridges at Lathrop Road and Louise Avenue to and from school are safe.
It will be a party like no other. And it's shaping up to be arguably the biggest one in the Manteca Unified area, at least, for this school year.
RIPON – Pastor Mike Dillman of the Place of Refuge Church in Manteca also serves as the chairman of the "Not Forgotten" Welcome Home Heroes Foundation.
Cheryl Meeker, Manteca Unified's senior director of elementary education, led the kudos to Lincoln Elementary School teacher Tammy Dunbar and her students.
Color the envisioned 1,650 living unit at the proposed Trails of Manteca purple.
Kyle Wilcoxson has never been to Liberty Island.
Don't expect any Herculean effort to find a way to move traffic quicker through downtown Manteca.
RIPON – They served their community with dedication and distinction.
Manteca's first major apartment construction project in six years will break ground this spring.
Manteca once bragged that it was the Crossroads of California.
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.
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By GLENN KAHL
The Ripon Veterans of Foreign Wars (12455 W. Ripon Road) will have a Karaoke Nite on Saturday, August 1, at 6:30. The evening begins ...
You can find out where crime is happening by accessing Raids Online that's part of the Manteca Police website.
A remodeling team of Crossroads Church volunteers are transforming three bedrooms at the Raymus House.
Majestic Blakely enjoyed putting the topping on his ice cream.
The temperature reached a high of 103 degrees at 5:06 p.m. Tuesday at the Manteca Civic Center.
The Police Activity League grants are no more.
An American Medical Response (AMR) ambulance was rear ended at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Union and Lathrop roads intersection by an alleged drunk ...
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By DENNIS WYATT
State Senator Cathleen Galgiani was joined Monday in Sacramento by the Ranzo family, Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson and Stanislaus County District Attorney Birgit Fladager ...
Try living in Manteca on $15,500 a year while renting an apartment of your own.
That wheelchair gathering dust in your garage or that you are thinking of junking can turn around lives.
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