Every three weeks I spend part of my Saturday at the Delta Blood Bank facility in Modesto.
I was making my inaugural climb.
Wisps of dust spiraled upward from among orchards in the almond triangle formed by Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon as man and machine swept fallen nuts Friday.
There's a lot of angst about the possibility the former Whitaker Home at East Yosemite and Commerce avenues could be razed and replaced with a McDonald's fast food joint.
PG&E's disaster du jour happened in a city where they are not the power supplier.
I abhor saggy pants. I firmly believe it is the height of rudeness to show the public what your underwear looks like or - worse yet - where the sun shouldn't be shining.
It was better than experiencing one of Disneyland's "E-rides" of old, being invited to be part of a breakfast reunion with my longtime family doc and several of his former office support staff.
The Wall Street headline reads: "Joyless holiday retail forecast."
Downtown's future - and its past glory - is being celebrated today.
Could a $5 a head fish bounty program bring a truce to California's water wars?
It is clear there are a significant number of people out there who would like Manteca to have another public swimming pool.
The Environmental Protection Agency is absolutely right.
Every neighborhood seems to have one. And they're not hard to spot.
It is an act of defiance.
Gov. Jerry Brown says he's trying to figure out a tax proposal that would be palatable for California voters.
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The Doctors Hospital Auxiliary has again distributed more than $20,000 in college scholarships to area students who are at least beginning their third year ...
It was a huge blow for the city when Lathrop's 51-year-old glass manufacturing facility was shuttered for good in 2013.
A small but growing number of Manteca residents are singing the blues because their efforts not to pay more green by continually placing garbage in ...
Six women now in their second century were lauded during a celebration at Bethany Homes.
Ripon Police want to learn about neighborhood issues as well as arm residents with information on how they can help combat crime.
Duke Cooper revved up his supped up 1969 Camaro Friday in front of the Manteca Jimmie Connors Veterans of Foreign War Post 6311.
The party is almost over.
Garfield Avenue between Moffat Boulevard and Yosemite Avenue is a symbol of what ails Manteca.
About 15 years ago I took a phone call from an angry citizen.
The 3.9 percent growth cap doesn't matter any longer. With its rollover feature of unused sewer allocations builders - if they so desired and ...
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