LATHROP – Something Crooked is happening in Lathrop, and it could mean good news to the city coffers.
Saving money isn't just a short-range strategy for the City of Manteca.
Twelve-year-old retired Manteca police canine "Spike" charged like a champion in Saturday's 41st Annual Manteca Police Canine competition, dragging a suspect from the passenger seat of a vehicle and out the driver's door in a matter of seconds.
Officer of the Year recognition was given to Manteca Police detective Steve Beermann for making a difference in child abuse and intervention by the county Children's Services Coordinating Commission.
Woodward Avenue could revert to two lanes east of Main Street to Bridewell Avenue to generate 160 more parking spaces.
Plants thrive with a little bit of water and a lot of love.
Manteca Police could within months start picking and choosing what drug cases to prosecute.
Bill Jones - an educator whose commitment to youth didn't stop at the edge of the campus - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
The settings were meticulously placed, the tables ornately decorated and the wall art serving as a stark reminder that you are in fact in a business that has deep British ties.
A predawn fire claimed a single story commercial structure – a onetime radiator shop in the 400 block of Moffat Boulevard – at 4 a.m. Friday.
TRACY – Joanne Hieb needed to find something to keep busy after she sent her kids away to college.
It's a big decision: Modern or traditional?
Manteca could soon start booking and holding suspects they arrest during the work week for certain crimes at the Manteca Police Department and then take them to court in a bid to save $90,000.
Jim Anderson calls it fate.
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The lives of pedestrians - and bicyclists - in Manteca do matter.
If you blink, you might miss Finley's Bar and Grill on Airport Way.
Father Peter Carota, former pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ripon, passed away Friday, July 8, after a long illness.
Mail thefts in Manteca haven't slowed down.
A Navy aviator - Clarence "Van" Vandenberg - made a name for himself as a heroic fighter pilot in 1954 and throughout the halls of Stanford University ...
After a fire believed to have been caused by illegal fireworks tore through a Lathrop home late Monday night – burning the garage, a portion of ...
Andre Patterson choked back tears as he told his story to the roomful of people at the Manteca Transit Center Thursday night.
River Islands at Lathrop is gearing up to enter the red-hot South County apartment market.
Manteca's first neighborhood with one-way streets - and Raymus Homes' latest attempt to build affordable homes - is being proposed along North Austin Road.
Ted Johnston is keeping his fingers crossed that the interactive water play feature at Mistlin Sports Park will be up and running this weekend.
The Manteca Boys & Girls Club offers a place where kids ages 6 to 18 can have fun while learning at the same time.
It has a 1 in 200 chance of happening.
The interactive water feature at Mistlin Sports Park is reopening soon.
An act of Congress may end up changing decades old water policies that have increased year round Delta flows for the benefit of predatory striped ...
There's more to police work than just answering calls and investigating crimes.
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