David Cox could easily have used the $125 he shelled out for a ticket to Thursday's summer garden party benefiting HOPE Family Shelter on something else.
LATHROP – The good news is that Lathrop City Manager Cary Keaten has come up with a way to balance the budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 without tapping into general fund reserves.
Johnathon Maragos is ready to take his sheep to market.
OAKLAND - The Oakland Zoo's Walk in the Wild benefit takes place on Saturday, June 25, from 5 to 10 p.m.
Frances Scott has carved a niche for herself at the 2011 San Joaquin County Fair.
One of the happiest visitors at the opening of the San Joaquin County Fair Wednesday was Mikey Gregonis.
RIPON - Ripon Police Department's powered parachute aviation unit has been approved for another year by the Department of Justice due to the successes officers have posted in its use over the community.
Andrew Beckwith has a favorite line.
Manteca's redevelopment agency is taking a $6.7 million hit if Gov. Jerry Brown signs the state spending plan adopted Wednesday by the California Legislature.
What happens to old friends and long-time co-workers when they are laid off or the company they worked for becomes a victim of the Digital Age?
The Stanislaus River has claimed two more lives.
LATHROP – Jeryl Weiler was tossing around the idea of buying a scooter to get back and forth to her job in Stockton.
Aaron Varela still remembers when the San Joaquin County Fair ran for two straight weeks.
A family of six enjoyed opening day at the San Joaquin Fair.
The days of the City of Manteca crews performing repairs on $293,000 garbage trucks out in the weather will come to an end sometime in mid-2012.
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After four years at the helm of Lathrop Police Services, Police Chief Danelle Hohe is waving goodbye on her way into retirement.
Here's something else they don't tell you when you're putting on weight faster than you can ever strip it down.
Levee protection may not play as big a role in deciding the next elementary campus to be built in Manteca Unified as opposed to whether ...
It was a day to pay their final respects to a classmate, Natalie Carrillo, 15, and Manteca High did it with class on Friday noon ...
Whether you consider yourself a Van Gogh with extreme artistic talent or a Van No with no talent artistically whatsoever, when it comes to creating ...
The demise of the redevelopment agency as part of Gov. Jerry Brown's solution to plug years of overspending by Sacramento deprived local governments such ...
You have $100,000 and you need to give it away.
Thieves are now trying to steal grass.
Last week it was home to more than half-a-dozen people who had turned it into a makeshift camp.
Twenty years ago Spreckels Sugar - which was intertwined with Manteca's prosperity and history for 75 years - fell victim to changing sugar beet economics and ...
For nearly two decades he escaped justice.
A nearly 700-square foot electronic billboard that needs the final blessing of Caltrans to go up in front of The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley ...
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