LATHROP – The City of Lathrop is trying to decide whether it should continue contracting its police services with San Joaquin County or try other more feasible and cost-effective alternatives.
LATHROP – Fired chief building officer Matt Browne's next move could be a lawsuit against the City of Lathrop.
The FESM Steak and Oyster dinner is set for Saturday, Nov. 17, at the FESM Hall at 240 N. Main St.
LATHROP - The first annual Manteca Unified District Honor Choir will perform tonight at 7 p.m. in the Lathrop High School auditorium.
A "Could it be Dyslexia" workshop takes place Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sequoia School gym.
RIPON – The rising cost of health care doesn't mean that you have to go without the periodic checks that produce the early warning signs of more serious problems.
Vineyards, almond orchards and strawberry fields will disappear when the proposed 1,049-acre Austin Road Business Park is fully developed.
Two more parks are on target to have aging playground equipment replaced.
What will come first – a new police station, a new city hall, or an expanded corporation yard?
RIPON - It is a love story that began in the Southland – in Long Beach – where Leonard Schemper told his girl friend Ann that he loved her and asked her to marry him.
Lane McMurtrey is focused on clothing the less fortunate for his Eagle Scout project.
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Manteca's Robin Taberna has been named a Maytag Dependable Leader Award winner for his demonstrated dedication to keeping youth on the path to achieve ...
Larry Stewart was a school board member at Ripon Unified for 17 years.
Guss Schmiedt literally helped create one of Manteca's earliest football fields.
The last time the Manteca Unified School District Board of Education discussed responding to the San Joaquin County Civil Grand Jury's scathing report on ...
Starting next month Manteca Unified is going to schedule small group tours at various campuses to give the community a close look at how technology ...
The Manteca Mural Society's next mural project will honor Korean War veterans.
There are more than 300 high school juniors and seniors in Manteca Unified preparing for the future by learning how to do everything from making ...
A Little Free Library is open to all comers on North Street across from Doctors Hospital of Manteca.
In February former Manteca Unified Trustee Dale Fritchen demanded that the Board of Education cease violating California's open meetings law.
The bleachers in the new Multi-Purpose Room still need to be installed.
This year's Fourth of July was a three-day endeavor.
Social Security has provided critical financial help to people of all ages for the last 80 years, and despite our age, we're far from ...
Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police (SHARP) volunteers pick up between 100 and 125 abandoned shopping carts a month on the streets of Manteca.
Sometimes problems create a better solution.
Manteca's first multiple-family development designed from the start as condos may be built along a western extension of Center Street.
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