LATHROP – The angry rain pummeling the roof on the Scott Brooks Gym of the Lathrop Community Center steadily threatened to muffle the musical performance of the Lathrop Youth Focus.
LATHROP - It's a tad Curry & Ives Christmas card and a lot of Tom Sawyer holiday adventure.
LATHROP – Opening any day now is a new and more inter-active web site for the City of Lathrop.
You can own a one-of-a-kind quilt and help feed the hungry at the same time this holiday season.
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.
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Lathrop Manteca Fire District Chief Gene Neely was compensated $96,932 more than former Manteca Fire Chief Kirk Waters last year.
Fall sports for the Acorn League is coming to a close. Girls and Boys volleyball completed the season last week.
Eight years ago, Manteca did not charge the solid waste fund for street sweeping.
Manteca Unified trustees Tuesday honored students for academic and athletic achievements from the fourth grades through high school in both student progress and advanced placement ...
The Twin Tunnels could become the latest potential casualty of a state water agency's plan to increase endangered fish numbers in the Delta by ...
It's about taking water and not about fish.
The Halloween season in Manteca and Ripon gets underway Saturday.
The proposed and approved Pilot/Flying J truck stop that will service I-5 traffic on Roth Road cleared a hurdle on Monday.
After at least six attempts in 50 plus years to plot downtown Manteca's future via the creation of a grandiose plan upfront that ends ...
French Camp native and Medal of Honor recipient Richard Pittman, 71, has passed away.
At one time Dale Fritchen was a confidant and mentor to Sam Fant when the now 28-year-old was embarking on his political career.
Getting more people to visit Ripon to spend money is one way of strengthening the community's economy and boosting the local tax base.
The East Union High drama students will be performing "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" beginning on Saturday.
It's been more than 18 months since the City of Lathrop outlawed public camping within the city limits.
Get ready for once a week watering.
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