Why does Uncle Sam care more about Detroit than Stockton?
The late model blue Toyota Camry flipped a semi U-turn to take the parking space near the front of the Main Street SaveMart in Manteca.
Jason Messer was clear on one point.
Editor's note: A version of this column appeared in September 2011.
California's ultimate water war will start in your bathroom.
Is there life after active priesthood ministry?
The real game changer for the economically challenged in the San Joaquin Valley won't by California High Speed Rail. It'll be well-run traditional rail modeled after the Altamont Corridor Express service.
Waiting for the postman back in the politically incorrect time of my youth was magic.
Struggling to make your car payment?
The San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors will hear a lot of reasons on Tuesday why expanding the for-profit landfill on Austin Road is a bad idea.
PG&E isn't without sin when it comes to not following the rules.
Oakland has a problem.
I'm not exactly a Luddite.
I took the grandkids to the movies Saturday.
There is a global war going on.
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There is no other way to say this.
It's the same old slam.
There are times I miss Ma Bell. For those of you under 40, that is the affectionate name that some folks had for what today ...
Sometimes it's easy to get swept up in the nuances of modern life.
Jerry Brown is shrewd.
It takes two to tango. The same is true when it comes to picking up the pace in downtown Manteca. And it requires the private ...
Our faucets are at the mercy of bureaucrats beholden to a New California Order where fish trump people.
Mike Kelly works hard at his job.
It takes people making $260,000 in taxable purchases within Manteca's city limits to raise $13,000 via the half cent public safety tax.
Interstate 580 across the Altamont Pass is the canary in the mine.
Now I've seen everything.
It's a great talk.
Those who use illegal fireworks in Lathrop will no longer have the advantage when it comes to ducking citations from police and fire personnel that ...
It was a spirited First Responders' Day Saturday in Ripon with a crowd of some 300 community members gathering at the Ripon Consolidated Fire Station ...
A record 29 people want to play a role in helping shape Manteca's blueprint for growth through 2040 when the city is projected to ...
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