RIPON - Elected leaders recently approved the first reading of an amendment to an ordinance dictating how they select Ripon's mayor.
Karen McLaughlin never imagined she'd be city manager overseeing municipal operations serving nearly 70,000 people when she was hired to work for the City of Manteca 25 years ago.
LATHROP – With the retirement of Finance Director Terry Vigna and the pending departure of City Manager Cary Keaton, Lathrop's municipal management is gearing up for some big changes.
Uncle Sam is being asked to kick in half of the $12 million needed for an environmental study essential to ultimately reducing travel time by Altamont Commute Express passenger rail between Lathrop/Manteca and San Jose by 50 percent.
The Manteca Pregnancy Help Center is trying to raise $100,000 one step at a time.
Brent Ward has seen firsthand what can happen when you don't pay attention to your gauges.
LATHROP - The Lathrop District Chamber of Commerce is conducting is business recognition and installation dinner on Friday, April 20.
Lightning strikes centered on Sierra High School about 2 p.m. Wednesday set off school alarms as well as car and truck alarms in the parking lot in a surprising spring fireworks display.
Vince Hernandez isn't impressed with the proposed 140-foot oil derrick-style cell tower with a 20-foot tall flag pole plopped on top being proposed at South Main and Wetmore streets.
South San Joaquin County Irrigation District is again bucking the state trend when it comes to water.
STOCKTON (AP) - The National Weather Service says a tornado has touched down a few miles outside of Stockton just northwest of Weston Ranch.
Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring once again provided a warm meal, fellowship, entertainment and even parting gifts for area seniors.
Fire losses in Manteca soared 160 percent in 2011 to $3,236,630 compared to 2010.
The Manteca Historical Museum receives a lot of phone calls practically every day from people having an old piece that they would like to donate.
Chad Condit makes no apologies.
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The City of Ripon is hoping to qualify for a pair of projects via the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program.
The purpose of Point Break is to better the behaviors, values and attitudes of students on campus and in their communities. To help celebrate and ...
The rent squeeze continues.
Molly Mitchell is paying $100 more a month for her apartment than she did at this time last year.
Manteca is using the pending increase in minimum wage on Sunday to strengthen retention of part-time Parks & Recreation employees.
November might have been the first month where most people stopped watering their lawn – even before California's drought reworked the way that most of ...
Due to Christmas falling on Sunday, garbage and yard waste collection in the City of Manteca takes place a day later this week.
They say Christmas is for families.
Don't ever tell Dottie Avery that a 96-year-old can't do something.
The Ripon Police Department just added an Unmanned Aircraft System.
The Christmas Guardian Angel Program at Doctors Hospital of Manteca has been alive and well this yuletide season with employees buying and wrapping gifts for ...
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