"Never underestimate Joe Six Pack's need to buy the latest and greatest tech products." - Brian Marshall, an analyst at Gleacher & Co.
Why are we so patient with the California High Speed Rail Authority?
Unemployment in Manteca is at 14 percent.
The death of 22 Navy SEALs in Afghanistan immediately got me to thinking about James Parra.
The Golden Rule - do unto others as you'd have done unto you - is not something that the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors bothers to live by.
Are you ready for today's lesson in Government Spending 101?
Something once unthinkable happened last month.
Allow me to state that I am anti-drug use but I believe we are going about it the wrong way. I believe a pragmatic approach is what is needed.
I'm having my own little Poseidon Adventure.
RIPON - Lisa Van Groningen just gets to hang out these days at the Ripon Farmers Market.
Steve McKee is long retired from the rough and tumble politics of Lathrop.
Is high speed rail in its present form worth mortgaging California's future?
Turf warfare waged by those sporting blue and red are tearing this country apart.
If you look down the first base line at the Yankee Stadium replica field at Big League Dreams after night falls you might be able to catch a glimpse of Manteca's eternal flame.
The war, as they say, is going badly.
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It is a decision every man just weeks shy of his 60th birthday has to ponder: Do I get the Mickey Mouse toothbrush or go ...
Want to make it tough to be homeless in Manteca without running afoul of anyone's rights?
Everyone has a story about their worst date ever. Mine was when I was in the military, and although while on that date I met ...
Aaron Bowers looked down Garfield Avenue that splits Manteca High in two and thought of the possibilities.
If the city council gives its blessing tonight, Lathrop could end up passing its budget in two-year blocks.
Melissa Tenio has loved working with dogs since she was a little girl.
Joann Tilton has had a ringside seat to Manteca history.
Industrious homeless hauled a TV set, microwave and even a chair up a secured ladder and strung electric cords to an outside outlet to cook ...
It was a beauty - and I wanted it.
As accidents go, it wasn't much of a fender bender.
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