RIPON - The prospect of a citizen volunteer corps may be one answer for a limping Ripon city government operation that has lost much of its general fund income to the State of California.
Del Webb at Woodbridge's baseball field scoreboard might have seemed lopsided to outsiders, but at the end of the day, the score didn't even matter.
A frantic 9-1-1 call about a two-week-old baby turning blue Wednesday afternoon in Wal-Mart got an immediate response from police personnel receiving the dispatcher's plea for help.
Manteca has adequate water supplies for the development of 300 acres in northwest Manteca including the much-touted CenterPoint Intermodal Center.
LATHROP – Arnita Montiel wants to see the Lathrop Community Center gym named after Scott Brooks, arguably the city's most famous son to date.
Councilman Steve DeBrum is getting impatient with weeds along Highway 99.
LATHROP – The City of Lathrop, San Joaquin County, two Sheriff's sergeants, and 50 unnamed individuals are identified as defendants in a civil rights wrongful-death lawsuit filed by the parents of the late Jeremy Lum of Lathrop.
Vic Roblas didn't mind cooking up enough hot dogs, hot links, and Lockeford sausages for his entire neighborhood on National Night Out Tuesday evening.
Manteca Police are hoping to arm merchants with information on how to best keep gang activity from creating problems for their business.
RIPON - It is becoming a standard Ripon routine: Dinner downtown on Thursday and then swing by the nearby farmers market to buy fresh produce, chat with friends, and enjoy live tunes.
LATHROP – Tye Peyton is the proverbial new kid on the block where he lives in Lathrop.
Downtown Manteca is unlike virtually any other valley town in that it is still at the heart of the city.
Getting to hang out after school in his parents' music store wasn't something that George Janis enjoyed doing as a 5-year-old.
Manteca already beat Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger to the punch.
RIPON - Vivian Dorville and several members of her family in Manteca are looking forward to the events happening on Sept. 7-11 in Ripon.
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Two men in their early 20s stole three cell phones along with a purse at gunpoint Monday shortly after 11 p.m. in Lathrop.
This evening's inaugural revamped downtown farmers market dubbed "Market & Music in Manteca" promises to live up to its billing.
Interested in scuba diving? Curious about what lifeguard training involves? Want to swim laps for exercise? Need to learn how to swim? Or do you ...
Law and order isn't cheap.
It could take up to 40 years for Union Pacific to almost triple the size of its Lathrop intermodal facility that transfers truck trailers to ...
The CHP confirmed Monday that a man who had been seen running out of a vineyard on Lathrop Road over the weekend and listed as ...
The California Department of Transportation will alternately close the northbound and southbound on and off-ramps from Highway 99 to French Camp Road for electrical work.
Manteca author Michele Savage has published her new hard cover book "The Green Aisle's Healthy Smoothies and Slushies."
Ripona School fifth grader James Page entered a AAA Insurance essay contest and brought home the bacon for his school with $1,500 for the ...
The effort to whittle away at water guzzling front yard grass may soon restrict how much turf new homes can have plus require major renovations ...
Manteca Unified will again serve summer lunches starting Tuesday to more 2,500 children ages 2 to 18 at 39 locations throughout the district.
Kevin O'Neill has spent 28 years devoting his springs and summers to making sure various Little Leagues are functioning physically as well as teaching ...
The Manteca City Council chambers could have Americans with Disabilities Act compliant restrooms by October.
Here's an impressive Top 10 list.
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