Between the day she was born and the day she died the world had changed.
The Tidewater Bikeway rates as a true visionary move made by Manteca civic leaders in the 1990s.
January in the Northern San Joaquin Valley can drive you crazy if you let it.
My family thought I had lost it when I moved to Manteca 20 years ago.
There is evil in the world.
India has its sacred cow.
It is illegal to enter the United States without going through the proper channels.
It started with a need to replace a woefully inadequate cheap toilet – with an installation job to match – the bank had put in place in a bid to "modernize" the foreclosure I bought nearly three years ago.
Do we really need a washing machine that e-mails you when it's through with a load of clothes?
PG&E - contrary to the belief of the Marin County Board of Supervisors - is not trying to kill off its customers using electromagnetic radiation.
Does anyone really stick to their New Year resolution?
The front line of defense in California and the rest of the nation are being whittled down due to budget cuts that end up putting officers in jeopardy and threatening community safety.
I'm a Valley Boy – Central Valley that is – through and through.
Put this on the list of things you shouldn't do: Kicking your group exercise instructor.
LATHROP – There's nothing wrong with Fifth Street in Lathrop. But perhaps it needs a new name that would reflect this part of the Old Town District's historic past - a name that would honor one of the town's pioneer families.
He seemed a nice enough of a young man.
Old-fashioned Americana, some claim, is passé.
The world isn't just about you or I.
Martha Grisham was truly a big part of Manteca's heart and soul through much of her 91 years before she passed away on Christmas Eve.
Pain is relative. In my case it's a first cousin.