Drive west into Del Puerto Canyon from Patterson and you'll climb into San Antonio Valley cradled between the ridgelines of the Coastal Range.
Do you have $63.80 you can toss into a garbage disposal and flip the switch on for every member that's in your household?
Mark Zuckerberg would be busing tables at Olive Garden if he relied on people like me to make him rich.
Want to see what a classic political hit piece looks like?
Welcome to San Joaquin County, Homeless Haven USA.
A Caltrans engineer years ago told me that there really isn't such a thing as an unsafe road.
Politicians, they say, are wise to know the lay of the land.
The self-righteous pushers of sin taxes are at it again.
Stand beneath one of the massive three blade wind turbines dotting the Altamont Pass hills when they are working and you will hear a "whum, whum" sound.
Letters are going out this week to property owners that are creating a serious fire hazard because they have failed to abate weeds and other rubbish.
Interested in scuba diving? Curious about what lifeguard training involves? Want to swim laps for exercise? Need to learn how to swim? Or do you just want to splash around and have fun?
Plans call for Manteca's fourth interchange on the 120 Bypass being pursued at McKinley Avenue to be the city's first partial cloverleaf.
The late Peter Dalben- a French Camp resident who had a combined 33 years of service on various government agency boards - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
A few years ago, Patrick Chun chose the Manteca Adult School to continue his education.
Sixty-two percent of us - according to a poll by the Public Policy Institute of California - favor a 12-year extension on temporary taxes imposed on those making $250,000 plus that are due to expire this year.
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Manteca's future health - economically and as a community - is becoming more and more reliant not on just the Bay Area/Silicon Valley but also ...
Bryan Stow has little memory of that fateful day of March 31, 2011.
Diehard San Francisco Giants fan, Bryan Stow is a funny guy.
Since the enactment of the new ordinance, the Ripon Police Department was able to spring into action and issue several citations to those found to ...
The City of Lathrop doesn't like the idea of somebody building a communication tower in their right of way.
It's the 2016 Rods, Roadsters & Cruising Cars car show.
For years, Manteca civic leaders have slammed absentee landlords for making it next-to-impossible to get any traction downtown.
Not one, not two, but three Manteca City Council members Tuesday lamented how Tracy - and Lathrop to a lesser degree - was kicking Manteca's proverbial ...
Environmental Defense in February of 2005 noted 85 percent of the 260,000 acre feet of water San Francisco takes from the Tuloumne River watershed ...
A love lost with the passing of my wife? No way. Mary Lou is still by my side.
The days of Manteca Unified teachers and administrators communicating with parents almost exclusively with notes or flyers has gone the way of the slide rule.
Manteca's municipal water fortunes will become more and more reliant on how well the South San Joaquin Irrigation District protects and manages its water ...
Manteca's dog park - due to open by the end of November - won't be a free-for-all.
Ripon will set its water conservation goals at 30 percent.
Stockton is the Rodney Dangerfield of California cities.
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