Manteca is avoiding recurring costs of over $500,000 at least every two years by digging up city streets and laying new pipeline.
For 23 years, Jeff Pilgrim was on call, for the most part, 24/7.
RIPON - Subdivision residents on the east side of Jack Tone Road midway between Highway 99 and Ripon's West Main Street are voicing their discontent over farm labor housing that is now being built just across the road from their homes.
FRENCH CAMP – Reactions to the appointment of Gorman Houbein to the French Camp-McKinley Fire District board of directors Tuesday by the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors ranged from elation and guarded optimism to one that bordered on cynicism.
Man's best friend will rule as Bark-toberfest returns to Manteca.
Changing a few light bulbs - 4,800 to be exact - will save Manteca taxpayers at least $150,000 a year.
Federal stimulus funds are allowing Manteca to buy its own transit system buses.
LATHROP – Forrest Burke wants his family protected. He worries about his wife and their three young children when he is at work. So he went to the Lathrop Police Services to apply for a concealed weapon permit for his wife's protection when he's away.
The Manteca Unified school farm's pumpkin patch and corn maze is open every Friday and Saturday this month.
LATHROP – By this time next month, the No Parking signs on both sides of Thomsen Road near the Harlan Road intersection will be gone.
RIPON - Troop 414 Boy Scout Jake Turner provided the manpower to install memorial benches in concrete around several trees as a memorial to the late Alison Council who served as an advocate for the Ripona Elementary School student body.
Eminent domain - the taking of private property by condemnation for private or a second-party private use - will not be allowed in the proposed new project area of the Manteca Redevelopment Agency.
Privatizing operations of the Stockton-San Joaquin County Library System is being pondered by county leaders trying to wrestle with future budgets with the expectation they will soon have inadequate funds to cover basic services.
Austin Road Business Park- should it move forward to the point development rights are granted - could end up costing developers more than $1.4 million less in the next 12 months.
FRENCH CAMP – You think the gubernatorial drama is the hottest election ticket? Think again.
An octogenarian female driver escaped unscathed after the car she was driving hit the fire hydrant on the corner of the Manteca Presbyterian Church at North Main and East North streets.
Doctors Hospital has five new nurses on staff following an intense Versant intern program.
Rasheed Ali ripped at the seam, pulling the egg from its plastic wrapper.
Manteca could resort to using a water truck to irrigate public landscaping using recycled treated wastewater if the drought worsens.
She sat on the curb in front of her small motel room on Moffat Boulevard Wednesday afternoon as she waited for hot water for the first time in more than a week.
Every drop of water now counts.
Manteca Presbyterian Church, 275 N. Main St., is planning a series of services and events to mark Holy Week.
In an extremely rare move, Manteca fire and building safety inspectors along with county health representatives ordered the Inn at the Station on Moffat Boulevard shut down Monday until a long list of health and safety repairs are made.
The notices that hung on the doors of the Inn by the Station – spelled out over a Manteca Police Department badge – told the residents that they could no longer inhabit the places that they had called home.
Mountain Valley Express trucking company's website touts that it is "the safest trucking company in the State of California."
A team of 75 volunteers including children spent Saturday morning honoring fallen heroes by trimming, cleaning and polishing their headstones.
It costs a lot of money to make a run for Lathrop mayor.
It was brought to the attention of Manteca Unified that a parent was not sending her two kids to school.
Assembly member Susan Eggman visited the Second Harvest Food Bank Friday afternoon asking for support of her Assembly Bill 215 that will benefit farmers and hungry Californians alike.
They should consider themselves warned.