The City of Ripon is expected to enter into an agreement with the San Joaquin Council of Governments to help pave the way for future transit plans.
Clara Schmiedt was teaching at East Union High when Manteca Unified announced they were establishing a JROTC program at the campus more than 20 years ago.
Never underestimate the purchasing power of a penny.
Should California voters approve Proposition 64 Tuesday it will not make it legal to sell or transport marijuana for sale in Manteca.
An attack mailer by a shadowy political action committee has lumped Mayor Sonny Dhaliwal into the same category as two of Stockton's most embattled politicians.
Pedestrians and bicyclists are forewarned. The City of Manteca can't afford alley repairs.
Krista McCoon has a reason for doing what it is that she does.
KNIGHTS FERRRY - The view from the Knights Ferry Bridge this time of year is sure to include Chinook salmon during the peak of their migration.
The six mile stretch of the 120 Bypass is arguably the most crash-prone freeway in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
Mike Kelly's face is the first thing that many of the homeless of Manteca see every morning.
It's tough being a peace officer.
Don Moyer knows about snakes in the grass - especially those with rattlers.
Ripon U.S. Marine veteran Rick Van Unen has always given back to his country.
Teresa Novoa walked into the Weston Ranch High gymnasium on Wednesday morning thinking that she and the rest of the JROTC cadets of the Cougar Battalion would be listening to a speech.
Despite triple-digit temperatures in September, the City of Lathrop still managed to curtail its water use to predrought levels as the State of California has asked.
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VATICAN CITY (AP) - Saying nothing is beyond the reach of God's mercy, Pope Francis told Catholics worldwide he is allowing all priests to absolve ...
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