Manteca has a new weapon in the war on gangs.
Friends and neighbors of Mantecan Terri Candelaria will know on Tuesday whether she is a big winner at the popular television game show, "The Price is Right."
The trees won't be the only thing bursting forth in color at Library Park when spring rolls around.
Michelle Crippen was expecting somewhere in the area of 50 students, staff and parents at the first-ever practice last Monday of the "Mustang Marathoners" Running Club.
LATHROP - Traditional text books are old school.
It's going to be a tad more pleasant to get to the old ball game at Lincoln Park next spring.
It was a well-scripted "Night in the 40s" Veterans' Day salute Friday evening at the Del Webb at Woodbridge recreation center that honored 17 World War II survivors.
A-frame and flag banner signs dot the streets throughout Manteca hawking everything from haircuts to tacos.
Norm Knodt was one of the lucky ones.
Manteca Police were among the law enforcement agencies that would impound the vehicles of unlicensed drivers when they were pulled over for other infractions.
LATHROP - The forecast for Thanksgiving weekend in Lathrop: Icy conditions with snow.
LATHROP – Tom Jackson knew he was getting the chance to see something special Friday morning.
LATHROP - Navy veteran Edward J. LaBee has a love of life. It shows it in his years of poetry that he has penned since enlisting in the service right out of high school in Murfreesboro, Tenn. in 1972.
The McKinley Avenue interchange at the 120 Bypass is back on the radar.
Bob Raymus knew that he wanted to do something to help the Second Harvest Food Bank.
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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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