March is the time of the year when two significant events occur – the dead of winter officially makes a quiet retreat, giving way to the start of new life on earth.
Cutting edge technology - and proposed city standards - means any electronic billboard going up along Manteca's freeways would have minimal, if any, impact for neighbors and pose no safety hazards for motorists.
Caswell Memorial State Park or any state park, for that matter, is not on the California budget's "chopping block" – at least for now.
Frank Chaparro doesn't bother walking to his car when he gets ready to head to work in the morning.
Two dietitians with Doctors Hospital of Manteca are hosting a free nutrition fair on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the facility's conference room
RIPON – The Ripon City Council agreed to match funds from the Intergovernmental Partnership Program, using a $10,000 donation presented last week from the Friends of the Ripon Memorial Library.
Game in the Box has been off and running since October.
For almond farmer Richard Phillips of Manteca, the high wind gusts of up to 45 miles per hour over the weekend was like a dog whose bark was worse than its bite.
Manteca's resale housing market is on pace for a record setting fourth straight year of 1,050-plus transactions.
It is hard to picture Jennie Schatmeier moping around on a couch, not toned, and 35 pounds heavier.
A 50-foot-high fir tree was toppled by heavy winds sometime early Sunday morning onto a home in the 1300 block of West Lathrop Road, just west of Union Road.
Thomas Galloway patiently waited as the "newbie" on the municipal water crew worked on tightening a city meter in front of a home on Widgeon Way on Friday afternoon.
LATHROP – Lathrop's very first National Day of Prayer is shaping up to be a challenging one, at least, for the organizers.
New home buying activity made February the strongest month for single family housing starts in Manteca in nearly four years.
RIPON - Dorothy Patterson has helped keep children safe for 49 years.
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Manteca Unified is migrating toward Dell laptops as they start to refresh digital devices issued to students this school year.
Manteca City Councilman Richard Silverman doesn't want to close the Lincoln Park swimming pool.
Trustees Deborah Romero and Sam Fant won't be running for reelection for the Manteca Unified School Board.
Manteca resident Bob Wallace is running for the Manteca Unified School Board, Area 7.
Another cluster mail box was found emptied of more than half of its contents Monday morning near the corner of Atherton Drive and Bishop Avenue.
Most of Ripon's homes now have water meters.
The home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms in a two-story floorplan with 2,162 square feet. It was built in 1979 and is close ...
So far six people have qualified for the Nov. 8 election for two Manteca City Council seats - three current Planning Commission members, a former city ...
The big race in Ripon come the November election will apparently be the one for City Council.
It was over the top - literally.
One of the sweetest immigrant success stories ever helped provide a decent living for generations of Manteca families and provided area farmers steady income for ...
Manteca had a sweet deal going when Spreckels Sugar opened its factory for what ended up being an 80-year run.
Summertime and the livin' is easy
Converting farmland to urban uses doesn't mean water that was used to irrigate crops can be tapped to flow through faucets for homes developers ...
This is a new era for Ripon High.
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