Sandra Costa, owner of The Diet Center in Manteca, will be celebrating 19 successful years in business this month.
RIPON – It's been years since the complete overhaul of downtown Ripon first began thanks to a grant that city staffers secured to cover the total cost.
Six new and expanding companies that are classified as "industrial" such as logistic providers and manufacturers will be honored at the Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce 45th Annual Industrial & Technology Barbeque on Wednesday, Sept 16, at 5:30 p.m. at the Stockton Hilton.
LATHROP - It's all about service – and quickly responding to his customers' needs – that has put Steve Estarziau in the driver's seat at the Eagle's Nest Harley-Davidson in Lathrop.
There's Bob the Builder on TV.
TRACY – Just because you drive a car that gets great gas mileage doesn't mean you have to sacrifice things like style or space.
OAKDALE - Oak Valley Community Bank, a wholly owned subsidiary of Oak Valley Bancorp, announced the promotions of June Lopez to Assistant Vice President, Branch Manager and Kimberly Karp to Assistant Customer Service Manager.
STOCKTON – If you didn't get in on the Cash for Clunkers program, it might not be the easiest time to find something suitable on a dealership lot.
John Vanderwerf hosted the Manteca Chamber of Commerce coffee Wednesday morning at his Moffat Boulevard Honest Automotive business where he received a check from PG&E for $7,000.
While it still boasts a new body style and an engine upgrade that are typical of standard redesigns, the Dodge Ram takes the concept of coming out with something new to a whole new level.
Manteca organic milk producer Bill Van Ryn will slash his feeding costs when he switches his cows to a diet of nutritious barley sprouts grown fresh on the farm every day.
Donna Soderstrom first became interested in dog training 15 years ago after owning a "bad dog", a Corgi who growled and snapped at every opportunity.
Tired of heading to the gas station multiple times every week just to get back and forth to work?
STOCKTON – Buying a used car doesn't have to mean that you're forgoing the benefits of owning a brand new model.
Bill Perreault – a former Sexton Chevrolet mechanic – was one of about 100 bidders Saturday on shop equipment at the shuttered dealership.