LATHROP - Get ready to go for a spin this October in a pumpkin.
Add a little of this, and a dash of that, and pretty soon you have something that will help feed hungry families in more ways than one.
Manteca's municipal coffers are about to come into some much needed cash - $940,000 to be exact - from the sale of two city-owned properties.
The lazy days of summer aren't something that 12-year-old Ricky Artery is going to miss.
The Manteca High Class of 1945 was a close-knit group of 70 kids that frequented the Scoop News stand on West Yosemite Avenue with their eyes on the ice cream bar. The El Rey Theatre that had opened eight years earlier in 1937 was their other focus for fun and entertainment.
A 7-year-old has turned the heads of many adults after he launched his own campaign to send snack packs to American G.I.s overseas in battle torn countries during the last seven months.
Second Harvest Food Bank's second annual Chili Pot Cook Off takes place today to help feed struggling families.
LATHROP - Trying your luck fishing in the San Joaquin River without being in a boat means you either have to trespass and cast your line from near a levee, pay entry fees to county or state park, or else get down to the river side by a bridge crossing.
RIPON - An armored truck is now a part of the Ripon Police Department's crime fighting arsenal.
She thought he was a showoff.
ESCALON - The next generation of one Escalon family will prosper from the "Millions in Cash" Scratchers ticket thanks to the generosity of the latest winner. Joseph Parr, a 72- year-old retiree, decided to pass on a third of his $1,000,000 prize to his son.
Manteca biggest growth spurt wasn't in 1985 when 1,400 new homes bought by a tidal wave of Bay Area Transplants prompted the establishment of the 3.9 percent annual growth cap tied to sewer allocations.
A drive on Highway 99 through Manteca isn't a pretty picture.
Manteca's Tim Hunter is ecstatic – his 1962 restored Corvette was one of 30 cars to be singled out of a pack of 6,000 during Reno's Hot August Nights last weekend.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop could end up as California's greenest planned community.
Lew Templeton turns the nozzle on his faucet in the front yard of his house and grabs the spray handle.
The mother-of-all Manteca McMansions - the massive 30,000-square-foot home built by a grape broker - may soon be a step closer to being part of the city.
A former principal at St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca has come out of retirement to reprise his old administrative role at St. George's School in Stockton.
Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion doesn't just talk the talk when it comes to pedestrian safety. He walks the walk.
Work. Sweat. Screams.
The San Francisco Opera Guild is coming to George McParland Annex School.
They've been matched in competition and their columns appear in print together every Tuesday morning.
Recycling what we send down the drain could go a long way to making Manteca and surrounding farmland drought-proof.
Last year 130 people were arrested for driving under the influence in Lathrop.
Ulta Beauty is coming to Manteca.
There was something magical about the spring luncheon hosted by Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
Several customers of the San Joaquin Irrigation District in southwest Manteca did not receive their water allocations on the first day water was to be delivered for the 2015 season. And it wasn't because of the drought.
For Ramon Rivera, hard work plus a strong work ethic generously sprinkled with white-knuckle determination equals success.
100 years ago
Broken sewer lines. Leaking gas meters. Wall gas heaters ripped from walls. Rooms with no heat. Exposed wiring.