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.
After more than a decade of serving valley families, Steven and Jean Wu have expanded their popular Japanese eatery into Manteca.
RIPON – McManis Family Vineyards is all about family.
It can't be said that a lot hasn't changed at Tipton's Stationery and Gifts since they opened their doors 47 years ago.
It isn't everyday that you find a car that has it all.
Manteca Chamber of Commerce members flocked to see the interior of the new Grocery Outlet market Wednesday morning as part of the weekly chamber coffee. It is located in the old Big Boy store on East Yosemite Avenue.
Steve and Debbie Tarr think that they've found the perfect grocery store for today's economic climate.
Settling in his Manteca office has been fulfilling for a physician moving into the community.
Things haven't changed much inside of Anderson's Mower and Bike in the 34 years they've been serving the community.
RIPON – Larry Stocks didn't seem to mind the sun when he was showing three-year-old grandson Braydon Singh how to pick out the best blueberries in the bunch late Thursday morning.
It's sleek and stylish and has an advertising campaign that has made it the buzz of the automotive industry.
RIPON - Fear of a dentist is conquered in different ways.
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