Patches of grass around the perimeter of Woodward Park are yellow these days.
For several decades until about two years ago, all that Frank Mendes could see around his ranch home in early spring were snow-white almond blossoms.
Mike Loureiro brought his 1951 8N Ford tractor out of retirement to mark the occasion.
It is indeed independence day when it comes to Manteca municipal finances.
Pancakes, parades, fireworks, and community celebrations mark today's 235th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
Mike Loureiro is nearing his 90th birthday.
Learn easy exercises that can stimulate the brain and increase energy.
The effort to widen the Louise Avenue crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks between Airport Way and Union Road to four lanes is now in its fourth year.
RIPON - Illegal homeless encampments dot the Stanislaus River.
You can double your Fourth of July fun this year by taking in two parades, two community celebrations, and two aerial fireworks displays spread over today and Monday in Manteca and Ripon.
The Supreme Court has ordered the release of 32,000 state prisoners.
LATHROP – Gene Neely is nervous.
Joey Rohles didn't quite know what to think when he heard about the second evacuation order that had been given to residents in Minot, North Dakota.
Kenneth Beckerdite isn't your normal 19-year-old.
RIPON - Ripon's Police officers are not happy that they are taking a $7,000 per officer compensation hit while other city employees received a 2.5 percent salary increase.
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Officers and associated personnel with the Ripon Police Department have set aside their razors for the benefit of Hospice of San Joaquin – many growing facial ...
A single Stockton mother of six is headed to trial and possibly a year in jail for selling homemade ceviche through a Facebook group she ...
Edgar Castillo Corpuz had a connection with Lathrop long before he ever arrived for a visit.
The City of Ripon is expected to enter into an agreement with the San Joaquin Council of Governments to help pave the way for future ...
Clara Schmiedt was teaching at East Union High when Manteca Unified announced they were establishing a JROTC program at the campus more than 20 years ...
Never underestimate the purchasing power of a penny.
Should California voters approve Proposition 64 Tuesday it will not make it legal to sell or transport marijuana for sale in Manteca.
An attack mailer by a shadowy political action committee has lumped Mayor Sonny Dhaliwal into the same category as two of Stockton's most embattled ...
Pedestrians and bicyclists are forewarned. The City of Manteca can't afford alley repairs.
Krista McCoon has a reason for doing what it is that she does.
KNIGHTS FERRRY - The view from the Knights Ferry Bridge this time of year is sure to include Chinook salmon during the peak of their migration.
The six mile stretch of the 120 Bypass is arguably the most crash-prone freeway in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
Mike Kelly's face is the first thing that many of the homeless of Manteca see every morning.
It's tough being a peace officer.
Don Moyer knows about snakes in the grass - especially those with rattlers.
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