It is easy to get teary eyed about the homeless especially given the 16 percent unemployment rate in Manteca. In the back of our minds we probably think that it could easily be us living on the streets
Want an upside to the current state budget crisis?
Knock or slap?
"If you don't pay the people enough money, they can't buy cars." - Henry Ford
Traffic was so light as we drove along Interstate 80 just west of Wendover, Utah, on our way to Denver. Actually, it was lighter than light. There was hardly any other soul this Sunday morning driving on the highway in front of us that stretched like a snaking ribbon in the vast horizon ahead. So when a silver Toyota appeared on the lane to my right, I visually checked it out more closely than I normally would. As the small car smoothly zoomed past our seemingly lumbering heavier pickup, I glanced idly at the license plate.
It's just a bunch of clay that has been molded and then baked in dry heat at hellish temperatures.
Should Lathrop School pursue school uniforms or common dress?
Californians still have the freedom to choose between paper and plastic.
Abercrombie & Fitch, to put it politely, sells sex.
Is Bill Berryhill against South County farmers, hardworking small businesses, and struggling families being crushed by oppressive PG&E power rates like his brother Tom Berryhill?
The Manteca Firefighters Association is arguably the most powerful and influential force in Manteca politics.
Washington's much ballyhooed program aimed at helping struggling homeowners is highly successful in at least one aspect - it has given those not in financial trouble the ability to walk away from homes that are underwater without literally paying the price.
Call it the tale of two bars.
Tracy has a sports complex that they are making payments on.
It was a discovery that rattled the tenant and even surprised Manteca Police.
Wal-Mart workers are getting a pay raise.
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Almond Blossom Festival is here! Start your weekend right with some tasty breakfast. Ripon Grange #511 is holding its 53rd annual Almond Blossom Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, Feb. 21, from 6 to 10 a.m. at the Grange Hall, 827 Ripona Ave., Ripon. Tickets for adults are $7 when purchased in advance or $8 at the door. Please call Helen at 209.599.7110 for more information.
There is no affordable housing problem in Manteca.
White Converse All-Star high top basketball shoes.
It was a beautiful day Monday.
PG&E wants the state to give them permission to take money from you so they can make even more money.