Loan sharks have gone uptown.
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.
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Solving the homeless problem is a bigger challenge than inventing a perpetual motion machine.
It is absurd how we elect the President of the United States.
Del Webb gets it.
Shadowbrook - the largest new neighborhood ever to be built east of Highway 99 - will have a neighborhood park that everyone in Manteca can access.
New home buyers in 2014-15 helped the Manteca Unified School District purchase a small parcel at 419 Moffat Boulevard for the future expansion of the ...
The water conservation efforts for the City of Ripon experienced a slight dip from the previous month.
Michelle Pappas wants to work as a psychologist helping young adults.
Been enjoying the pitter patter of rain drops on your roof?
Tim Kahl, formerly of Ripon, was promoted to the rank of sergeant recently with the Chula Vista Police Department in Southern California located near San ...
The devastating California drought officially ended Friday for a handful of federal bureaucrats and the Delta Smelt.
There are a few things on my athletic calendar that I look forward to every year. One of those is the Tim Brown Memorial Wrestling ...
Take a drive down Cottage Avenue any afternoon.
Those who decided to defy water use restrictions imposed in Manteca in response to a statewide drought emergency are paying a big price.
Two builders are eager to take advantage of the booming Manteca new home market.
Megan Harlan is aiming for a career teaching agriculture.
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