Ripon 11-year-old Mason McClure appears in Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk's 22-minute promo piece for the 2014 season.
Manteca City Manager Karen McLaughlin's decision to turn off the interactive water play feature at Library Park this year due to the drought isn't popular with some folks.
Steve DeBrum does not want to see children's playground equipment at the East Union Cemetery.
How goes Manteca's war on meth?
At the end of the school year's Senior Walk Out Rally, Manteca High presented four annual awards. They included:
David Jones wants to open a medical marijuana co-op in Manteca.
Manteca may have another park but it isn't one you would want to have your kids play at.
Manteca Councilman John Harris noted that the city's tech savvy has come a long way.
Ronald McDonald is eating Jared's dust.
Pete Paulsen of House of Wheels fame noted that Scott Johnson - the extensively traveled handicapped attorney from Carmichael who peels off ADA lawsuits like they're toilet paper - a few years back actually cost him little over $6,000 once his attorney fees were factored into the equation.
On a happier note, mark Sunday, Oct. 12, on your calendar for the ultimate car show. That's when Pete Paulsen hosts his 25th annual Hot Rod Party.
The filing of at least 21 civil lawsuits over alleged Americans with Disabilities Act violations against small Manteca businesses is serial lawsuit filer Scott Johnson's second venture into South San Joaquin County.
Baxter Dunn's star should be untarnished.
The cover of the proposed City of Manteca municipal budget for the fiscal year starting July 1 has an interesting photo.
Brigadier General Jack Hagan is attending Sunday's Not Forgotten Memorial Weekend Commemoration at Woodward Park.
The Place of Refuge congregation spread holiday cheer far and wide this holiday season.
Robert Hendricksen e-mailed in this gem about his own shopping cart etiquette observations:
Organizers of a Manteca Christmas Eve breakfast are worried that this may be a bleak Christmas for older children and younger teens.
It was 62 degrees at mid-afternoon Monday in Manteca and music filled the air in some neighborhoods. No, not Christmas music. It was music from the speakers of an ice cream truck.
Downtown Manteca is losing one of its most unique businesses.
Toys, clothes and blankets are on the shopping lists for Manteca police officers and other employees who are invading Target and Walmart this weekend to help Santa make Christmas brighter for the less fortunate on their beats.
You have two chances to play Santa for kids in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop that may go without toys on Christmas.
Brandy Clark has some good news.
Congressman Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, has nominated three South County high school students for consideration for appointment to three of the nation's prestigious military academies.
Manteca's George McParland School is receiving a $5,000 Bright Ideas Grant from Pacific Gas & Electric.
The homeless are going country.