Manteca leaders no longer want to assume they know what neighborhoods need and want.
LATHROP – Here's to no booze in Lathrop parks.
Seven graduate nurses have been accepted into the Doctors Hospital of Manteca Versant residency program described as "developing and sustaining professional nursing – one nurse at a time."
The biggest property owner in downtown Manteca is poised to spend another $6.1 million in its bid to lure people to the city's heart.
OAKDALE - Late and heavy summer snow melt has kept the water levels high for one of the region's best valley lakes - Woodward Reservoir some 26 miles northeast of Manteca.
America's Tire Co. will break ground on a Manteca store later this year.
Ten years ago this Sept. 11 the unthinkable happened: Terrorists attacked America killing 2,977 people.
Jeff Shields understands that folks who live among orchards and dairies in South Manteca and just west of Ripon are getting a bit stressed with all of the South San Joaquin Irrigation District construction.
On his way to work every day South San Joaquin Irrigation District General Manager Jeff Shields goes by a number of Knife River vehicles parked at restaurants and at gas stations on Ripon.
By DENNIS WYATT
Nine people have applied for two vacant positions on the Manteca Planning Commission.
LATHROP – The 2011 Lathrop Celebration Event Committee thinks they have the perfect idea for how to raise the funds needed to put on the four-day event in September for the community.
Manteca is preparing to comply with a directive from Gov. Jerry Brown to pony up redevelopment agency money while at the same time joining a lawsuit to stop Sacramento from taking the money.
LATHROP – William Smith set out last year to collect as many pennies as he possibly could to benefit the Lathrop Relay for Life.
RIPON – Elected leaders at City Hall will discuss Ripon Unified's request to continue use of the Council chambers at Tuesday's 7 p.m. meeting.
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The planned indoor soccer facility at the Mistlin Sports Park is looking to relocate.
The Spartans GREAT rally Tuesday was a time for recognition and celebration.
Art Mathis knew that they played good football in Manteca.
Manteca paid a terrible price during the Vietnam War.
The Schullerville Daily News is the talk of the classroom at Ripon Christian Elementary School with fourth grade student Isaiah Berghorst serving as its publisher ...
Travelers along Interstate 5 passing Dell'Osso Farms in Lathrop for a 30-day period starting May 18 will get a potent and somber reminder of ...
This month marks the one-year anniversary of a Manteca City Council directive to remove the planter bulbs in the 100 block of North Main Street.
On the surface, the proclamation that the Lathrop City Council gave out on Monday night was typical.
It's one of the most heavily traveled roads in the community.
Polio is all but eradicated around the world - except for Afghanistan and Pakistan.
A homeless man who started a fire in weeds as high as 18 inches in a bid to cook eggs Tuesday underscored the stakes in ...
Mick Founts didn't know much about Manteca when he interviewed for a job as an English teacher at the city's namesake high school.
Emma Rice put in 180 hours on her Nature Wildlife Advanced Color & Design art piece.
Manteca is pumping $133,000 into dissecting a proposal that could land the city a private sector investment approaching $300 million for a massive waterpark ...
It has been six months since Lathrop Police Chief James Hood decided to open up his schedule to anybody in the community that wanted to ...
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