Manteca once bragged that it was the Crossroads of California.
Some 130 Manteca residents lost their jobs in December to push Manteca's unemployment rate to the highest level since the start of World War II.
LATHROP – A custom-made portable barbecue pit valued over $8,000 could steal the show at this crab feed fund-raiser.
A clarion call went out to members of the Del Webb at Woodbridge residential community asking for volunteers to support as many as six public service groups in Manteca.
LATHROP – The newly remodeled Baskin-Robbins store in Lathrop is throwing a big party today for its grand re-opening and the community is invited.
It took Atherton Homes 2 ½ years to sell four homes larger than 4,000 square feet.
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A Saturday morning breakfast at Johnny's Restaurant will give Manteca residents a chance to question Police Chief Dave Bricker about community policing.
Manteca Police Officer Randy Chiek has lost his canine partner "Coal".
Jack Thomson never had to think twice about the career path he was going to take.
Outdoor enthusiasts are the next beneficiaries of the decision by South San Joaquin Irrigation District to build the Tri-Dam Project in the 1950s.
RIPON – Joie Darretta works the room gracefully – taking the time to make eye contact with those she knows that she'll have to talk to in sort of a "don't leave, I'm coming" look.
Steven Thomas isn't a fan when the San Joaquin Valley Tule Fog rears its ugly head in the late winter months.
Manteca taxpayers won't get saddled with any potential clean-up costs related to ground water contamination involving part of the land where the new animal shelter is being built.
Manteca is refusing to roll over and play dead for Sacramento when it comes to deterring the theft of local property taxes.
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Audrey Greene knows just how important a blanket, a bear, and a book can be in a young child's life.
Did you know that Manteca Unified has a department dedicated to preparing students for success in kindergarten?
A Manteca man in his early 20s was killed while standing with a group of friends in front of a residence in the 300 block ...
A long time community leader of 30 years – Charlie Gay – introduced "JustServe.org" to Ripon Rotarians, telling them how they can find volunteers through a ...
Marathon runner Jess Kurti by visiting food banks in all 50 states is hoping to bring attention to the need to help feed the homeless.
The leftovers that don't get eaten from next year's Thanksgiving dinners and the remnants of pizza from Sunday football parties that get tossed ...
Trayana Davis knows all about the benefits of the Manteca/Lathrop Boys and Girls Club.
Andrew Rivera is a fourth-grade student at Ripon Elementary School.
Manteca Police took a semi-automatic hand gun off the street Friday morning after answering a call of a suspicious occupied vehicle parked across Austin Road ...
Traffic congestion at the 120 Bypass and Highway 99 could be addressed in the near future by Caltrans.
Sometime in 2016 eight new Manteca Transit buses will be put into service.
Kendelle Messersmith verbally committed to CSU Dominguez Hills in July, just two months after helping Sierra High's softball team claim a third Sac-Joaquin Section ...
The Stanislaus River Salmon Festival is Saturday.
A Spreckels Park business park that includes a dance studio and an engineering firm yielded an $8.4 million pot bust.
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