LATHROP - After more than 30 years in law enforcement and a pair at the helm of Lathrop Police Services, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department Captain Eric Holman is calling it quits.
LATHROP - The City of Lathrop is teaming up with the Love Lathrop organization to expand the annual Beautification Day event for 2012.
The farmers market could return to Library Park this summer as a "true" downtown Manteca event.
The new Highway 99 interchange at Lathrop Road was anything but good news for 17 small businesses in Manteca.
An increase in city contributions to employee retirement costs that will start in 2013 could end up with minimal net impact on Manteca's municipal budget.
LATHROP – Will bringing business to the community be enough of a reason for the City of Lathrop to tap into their general fund reserves?
Give Every Child a Chance special events and marketing director Lisa Rowe is returning to her private voice and instrumental tutoring practice with plans of opening a performing arts center in Lathrop within the year.
Sam Paredes, Executive Director of Gun Owners of California, is speaking on Thursday, March 22, during the 7:30 p.m. meeting of the Manteca Patriots at Chez Shari's at the Manteca Golf Course.
RIPON – A transit bus that's fueled on compressed natural gas could soon be coming to Ripon.
The McFall-Grisham, American Legion Post 249 of Manteca would like to publicly thank our community for your support in raising the monies needed to make the World War II Honor Roll panels.
Delicato Vineyards is helping turn 2012 into a very good year for Spreckels Park.
Melvin "Mel" Mack knew he wanted to do something that would allow him to be his own boss one day.
There's a wolf at the door.
The first day of spring is Wednesday.
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Throughout the year, the Ripon Police Department has made use of its motorcycle units, from training to funeral escorts, parades and other civic events.
Two seniors from East Union High School were awarded with Close Up Foundation Full Tuition Award, also referred to as the Washington, D.C., Scholarship.
Bass Pro Shops opening in October 2008 was seen as a watershed event for the Manteca economy.
Manteca's pent-up apartment demand may get some relief in 2017.
Monday just shortly before sunset was perfect Hanukkah weather.
A midnight robber who demanded cash from a clerk at the Chevron gas station convenience store shortly before 1 a.m. Monday in the 1200 ...
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.
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