Aggressive conservation efforts by South San Joaquin Irrigation District ditch tenders and farmers has helped free up 30,000 acre feet of water to assist other regions hard hit by California's third straight year of drought.
When Donnie Clark was cleaning the windows on an East Manteca home Tuesday afternoon, the process meant much more to him than just another job.
The one-stop permit center in the Community Development Department will be showcased during an open house today at 10 a.m. at the Manteca Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.
Give Every Child A Chance is looking for a few dedicated volunteers to make a difference in the life of a students that are challenged in school. Students that struggle with reading and problem solving skills seem to have lost the excitement in learning.
Even though it looked like a playhouse, Manteca's code enforcement officers said the decorative tool shed had to go from behind a fence and nestled too closely next to a home in the 600 block of Pestana Avenue as it was a lingering violation of the building code.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop – the biggest housing development ever envisioned for the Northern San Joaquin Valley – won't probably be building its first home until 2011.
LATHROP – Angelina Navarro-Mays is looking for not just a few talented people.
The runaround at City Hall that many experienced over the years trying to secure permits for building and businesses is finally coming to an end this Thursday with the opening of Manteca's one-stop permit center.
It might have been the last Farmer's Market of the season, but that didn't prevent throngs of people from turning out at Library Park Tuesday afternoon to enjoy the outdoor-themed activities that organizers spent weeks planning.
LATHROP – A peaceful march in memory of the young Lathrop man whose untimely death has become a catalyst for awareness of the many issues affecting the mentally ill will be held Saturday, Sept. 12.
Mike Middleton went beyond expectations for kids when he volunteered to restore a Manteca police unit into a brand new looking gang prevention unit.
What started as a grassroots campaign to raise money for the Second Harvest Food Bank has quickly grown into a massive community event.
Motorists could have a hassle-free trip down Lathrop Road by Christmas.
Boulanger Mike Kalanty never thought he'd be a writer, per se.
Bonnie Hill, the author of nearly a dozen books, has a simple answer as to why she writes.
One of Lillian Luck's fondest childhood memories is recalling her parents' open carriage pulled by two horses, "Beulah" and "Sam" when she was only three years old at the family farm in Rogersville, Missouri.
Omar Ornelas is running for election to the Lathrop City Council.
The general consensus about potholes?
Lions, monsters, fancy costumes, books, and a "flash mob" – oh, my!
It's been 47 months since negotiations over the possibility of building a Great Wolf Resort on 30 acres owned by the City of Manteca along the 120 Bypass first started.
Sam Guedoir knows Downtown Manteca.
A single story residence in the 700 block of Morada Court sustained more than $102,000 in losses last Saturday when fire ravaged the garage and attic over the living area where heavy black smoke was seen coming from the attic vents on all sides of the structure.
Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) One-on-One Mentor/Tutoring Program is raffling off a chance to win two Disneyland 1-Day Park Hopper tickets.
MODESTO – Modesto Junior College will host a Veteran Information and Resources Fair on Thursday, October 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the East Campus Quad, located at 435 College Avenue in Modesto.
MODESTO –The Modesto Area Partners in Science (MAPS) will offer a presentation entitled "ADHD: Models, Myths and Medication" by Dr. Lawrence Diller, a pediatrician and expert in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.