The money started pouring in Tuesday the second Coldwell Banker Crossroads Real Estate opened their doors for business at 8:30 a.m.
Things have definitely changed for Frank Alvarado over the course of the last year.
RIPON - The development of four softball fields around the Mistlin Sports Park water tower on River and Jack Tone roads in Ripon could cost up to $6 million.
Miles Kelley looked down at his toes or more precisely where his toes used to be on his right foot.
Donations flowed into Turkeys R us during the past four days.
Vida Loca Skateboards will host its second art show / auction on Friday at the Main Street Café and Coffee Company, 1464 W. Yosemite Ave., Manteca.
Manuel Valverde doesn't have a problem calling himself an "old geezer."
In the last two years, a Manteca support program has sent more than 5,000 care packages to 800 American troops overseas.
Moffat Avenue could end in a cul-de-sac just south of the existing intersection with Woodward Avenue in order to handle traffic impacts from the proposed 1,049-acre Austin Road Business Park.
Mantecans who went to the Waffle Shop on North Main Street Saturday morning had the option of chatting with police chief David Bricker during their breakfasts from 8 until 10 a.m.
In the next 10 days Manteca will hit a milestone that real estate professionals even in the housing boom days never imagined.
Businesses come and go, but many of their employees remain best friends for life.
LATHROP – Another building of note in Lathrop bites the dust.
Dropping the Kids Zone program would cost the City of Manteca $100,000 it uses to subsidize other youth recreation programs.
Mike Mallory is confident Manteca's more fortunate residents won't forget others in the community this Thanksgiving who are struggling with either job losses or substantially reduced pay checks.
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It was brought to the attention of Manteca Unified that a parent was not sending her two kids to school.
Assembly member Susan Eggman visited the Second Harvest Food Bank Friday afternoon asking for support of her Assembly Bill 215 that will benefit farmers and hungry Californians alike.
They should consider themselves warned.
Austin Scott thumbs through an Internet Explorer browser window looking for an answer.
This is no April Fool's joke.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (AP) - A road leading to spectacular views of California's Yosemite National Park opened to drivers on Saturday, marking the earliest date for the occasion in at least 20 years.
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