LATHROP – Steve Ramsey didn't want anything that was too gaudy or over-the-top.
By JOHN-JOEL GRIFFITHS
Holly Rochelle Quesada recently kicked off a new chapter in her life.
It would have been easy for Jessica Perusse to find a way to get people into Rooster Juice.
Though the restaurant from her youth has been closed for years, the principles thrive in Downtown Manteca.
Chris and Gina Leonard opened the doors of their photography studio at Yosemite and Lincoln avenues in downtown to members of the Manteca business community for their weekly chamber of commerce coffee.
Robert Iniquez has very little experience in organizing weight-loss contests.
RIPON – He arrived with a product line drawing global attention, turning Powerplay Sports Arena into a place of interest in markets in Canada and Asia.
RIPON – Daniella Arteaga describes the taste of a fingerling potato as "buttery."
Most fashion stores don't open at 7 a.m.
Forget tri-tip and chicken.
Brian Cole was still relatively new to the world of pharmacology when he approached the owner of Bob's Pharmacy to inquire about buying the business.
City workers assigned to a job in an empty field in the 700 block of North Grant Avenue Thursday morning watched as a thief jumped into their white, Sierra GMC 3500 pickup truck and drive it away.The white truck with a city seal on its doors, a black lumber rack and a diamond tool box in the bed was reported missing about 10:30 a.m. Police are looking for the vehicle with a license number of 024886.
The business community can find out if they can qualify for tax credits of up to $37,400 per qualified employee they hire during a Manteca Business Summit being conducted Tuesday, March 19, from 8 to 10 a.m. at the Civic Center council chambers, 1001 W. Center St.
STOCKTON - Premier Community Credit Union has introduced financial services designed specifically for small businesses in San Joaquin County.
Paul Jamison of the Paragon comic book series is coming to Manteca on Saturday.
Tax credits are a powerful way to lower your federal income tax bill. Why? Because a tax credit reduces your taxes dollar for dollar. A tax deduction, on the other hand, reduces your taxable income, so your benefit is determined by your tax bracket. For example, a deduction of $1,000 will lower your tax bill by $280 if you are in the 28% bracket. A $1,000 credit will lower your tax bill by $1,000. Here's an overview of selected credits.
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