All that Diana Urena knew about firefighters was that they occasionally saved lives.
Salty snacks started the stampede to Spreckels Park.
The odds are growing that the majority of people hit the hardest by the weak economy and Manteca's 13.4 percent unemployment rate will go without a traditional Thanksgiving meal this year.
The nation's Christmas tree is making a stop in Manteca Tuesday at Library Park on its way to Washington, D.C.
Cutting edge technology employed by South San Joaquin Irrigation District may give the cities of Manteca, Ripon, Lathrop, and Tracy more of one of California's most precious resources - water.
EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the first story of a three-part series on the envisioned employment triangle centered on the Highway 99 and 120 Bypass interchange that could ultimately generate in excess of 17,000 jobs.
Linda Abeldt is a true believer in the Manteca-Lathrop Boys & Girls Club.
LATHROP – There might not be an immediate solution to the parking and traffic woes at Lathrop Elementary School in sight.
The Manteca Assembly #38, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls, will pay a special tribute today for Brittney Clements.
Tim Valentine has Plan B in place in the event rain dampens the outdoor activities lined up for Saturday's Fall Festival Street Fair at his Manteca Winery on Oak Street.
The theme is "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" but the secular Christmas icon immortalized in song by Gene Autry won't be leading Santa down Yosemite Avenue this year.
RIPON - As the leaves turn color and the chill is in the air it's once again time for the Ripon Chambers annual "Taste of Ripon" wine stroll showcasing the City's beautiful Downtown and its merchants.
Ripon Christian School Circle, the parent fundraising group of Ripon Christian Schools, invites you to their "Dinner Night Out & Auction" on Saturday, Nov. 5, at the Ripon Community Center from 5 to 9 p.m.
RIPON - The Ripon Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the City of Ripon will be kicking off this holiday season with the Annual Community Christmas Tree Lighting on Monday, Nov. 28.
He is a familiar voice to thousands of gardening fans and hobbyists alike, and a familiar name. "Bob Tanem in the Garden," the most popular Sunday program on KSFO radio in San Francisco, and the recipient of the prestigious Garden Writers Association of America's award of excellence nationwide for "on air talent" has been entertaining and instructing faithful listeners for 11 years in a row from 7 to 10 a.m. PST.
New elementary students east of Interstate 5 in Lathrop could be bussed to a new school in southwest Manteca as the first impacts of a ...
For the last three weeks Lathrop residents have been learning the ins-and-outs of the department that is tasked with keeping them safe.
Big changes are coming to the 120 Bypass.
Ken Fant wasn't 100 percent sold on the idea of a dog park.
Could the "war zone" that comes with the Fourth of July become a thing of the past?
Don't count out the Spring Clean-up Program curbside service just yet.
Troy Vick was an outstanding Manteca High athlete who has been in the hearts of family and friends since he was killed in a traffic ...
Commercial mixed use projects - the Northern San Joaquin Valley version of the much heralded transit villages now popping up in the East Bay - is a ...
Ripon Christian High School is presenting "Little Women, The Musical," March 24 and 25 in the Performing Arts Center at the north end of Maple ...
The snowpack on the Stanislaus River watershed now holds the equivalent of 2 million acre feet of water - more than double the normal runoff for ...
Federal pass through funds will replace deteriorating sewer lines at the HOPE Family Shelters' Raymus House on Union Road as well as expand the Manteca ...
The Ripon Community Athletic Foundation will be receiving a nice promotional boost come Friday.
Residents of Lathrop used nearly 20 percent less water in February than they did during the same period in 2013 - the year that is used ...
The defamation lawsuit filed by former Manteca Unified Trustee Sam Fant against former Weston Ranch resident Richard Smith has been dismissed.
Unusually heavy weed growth triggered by a series of storms in January and February has prompted the Manteca Fire Department to move its weed abatement ...