Alfalfa growers in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon need water.
It's a bird.
Moffat Boulevard is slowly returning to its glory days.
It's a comedy act routine for the faithful at one Ripon barber shop.
LATHROP – Omar Ornelas will get another year as Lathrop's Vice Mayor.
Later this month work on making the City Council chambers compliant with American Disabilities Act standards will be completed at a cost of $475,300.
Willie Weatherford is in his final year as mayor
Norm Willis doesn't care too much if his drives sail straight or his putts stay on line.
It was posed to the City Council as the $235 million question in 2007: How was Manteca going to assess growth for needed interchange work?
FRENCH CAMP - Long before Highway 120 was built the road to the Gold Country ran through French Camp.
Currently only handgun purchases in California require entry into a database that tracks detailed information about the gun and the purchaser.
Some days are busier than others for Mike Morowit.
How ugly was the Highway 99 corridor through Manteca just 12 years ago?
Turn on a faucet and water flows out.
Water - or more precisely the lack of it - created a foreclosure crisis in Manteca 80 years ago that makes the Great Recession housing bust seem mild in comparison.
The sweepstakes trophy in the 52nd annual Ripon Almond Festival Parade Saturday went to the Ripon Future Farmers of America.
All that Frank Guinta wanted were a few friends to come visit with him while he was still able.
Make room, Michael Recycle. You've got company in the yard at the City of Manteca's Solid Waste Division.
Call it a practice run.
Care packages for troops stationed overseas were delivered this week.
When it comes to the Cupcake Wars Competition, Kelly Perea is predicting good things for today's event at the Christian Worship Center in Manteca.
It was something of an exercise in karma when Virginia Archer moved into the Commons at Union Ranch and met retired Hayward jeweler and avid pilot Vernon Minor.
Watering yards every other day during restricted hours and doing such things as employing quick-acting nozzles to wash cars won't cut it when it comes to Manteca residents conserving water.
One Manteca man experienced what could be described as a "220 electrical shock."