Napa Valley may be the Lamborghini of California's wine regions - with the sexy, splashy, and pricey veneer that goes with it - but it doesn't hold a candle to the 209.
President Obama and his family are visiting Yosemite National Park later this week.
Buying the 57,000-square-foot building that once housed Kodak's Qualex film processing division on Industrial Park Drive to serve as a new home for the Manteca Police Department was anything but a snap decision by the City of Manteca in 2006.
School's out for the summer.
Water conservation will again be the hot button topic at Tuesday's Ripon City Council.
San Joaquin AgFest is a five-day celebration of youth agriculturists from throughout the county.
The dangers of swimming and rafting on the Stanislaus River have been minimal during the drought due to lower water volume, slower flows, and water temperatures more conducive for swimmers.
There isn't a drought when it comes to water parks interested in building a resort in Manteca.
"See, I told you it didn't make any difference to vote. I shouldn't have bothered. Bernie Sanders lost anyway."
Want to see the impact of government decree versus that quaint old-school concept known as initiative?
San Jose leaders are upset that they've become the affordable housing solution for job-rich Santa Clara.
There's got to be a morning after
It's time to bury the hatchet.
Mike Morowit is right.
Fire destroyed the small farm house located on what was left of the old Crom ranch on the southwest corner of South Airport Way and Crom Street on the western edge of Manteca's municipal golf course.
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Who killed the modest proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to spend $400 million in state money to subsidize affordable housing?
The best advice I have for the Manteca City Council when it comes to library services is this: Take Stephen Breacain's suggestion to heart.
It was the sweetest music Jose Baron ever heard.
The biggest hot air balloon festival in the Central Valley returns this weekend in Ripon under a new name.
Building under certain conditions in the 100-year floodplain in rural areas of San Joaquin County such as south of Manteca could result in National Flood ...
Residents of Lathrop continued the water conservation trend in July, cutting their water usage by 20 percent during one of the hottest months of the ...
The shaking of almond trees around Manteca and Ripon as the harvest gets underway is giving the dairy industry a cow.
"People don't realize what's really going on in this country. There are a lot of things that are going on that are unjust ...
Wal-Mart paid $7.1 billion in income taxes during 2012 on $22 billion in pre-tax profits.
The 375 families that now reside in River Islands at Lathrop are enjoying electrical rates 5 percent lower than the rest of Lathrop, Manteca, and ...
Vehicle accidents - by far the most likely way a Manteca resident will get injured or suffer significant financial losses - were up 7.26 percent on ...
Marty Maldonado is replacing her captain's bars for those of a lieutenant as she steps down from the command of the Manteca Police Seniors ...
Call it the power of compromise. Call it being human. Call it community policing. Call it whatever you want. The deployment of just one community ...
You may have seen the AT&T ad campaign for its Internet service. Some of the pieces are pretty funny, and I saw one this ...
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