As I was checking on the little dog at Manteca's animal shelter Wednesday that was dropped out of a pickup truck window the day before, I discovered a volunteer winged mascot that had joined the devoted family of workers.
Strange things are happening in Stockton.
It's time to lay all of the cards on the table.
Want some reading that will curl your hair?
I've got a problem. Strike that. I have a serious addiction.
It's more than simply six softball fields, an indoor soccer arena, and a pair of restaurants.
Brace yourself. Uncle Sam, the country's biggest slumlord, may soon be coming to your neighborhood.
RIPON – Daniel Perrioni stood on the bank of the Stanislaus River and dipped his toes into the cold, fast-moving water below.
I fell in love one glorious April day on the Mist Trail.
The gang-related stabbings that occurred in the parking lot outside of Big League Dreams after the Fourth of July aerial fireworks involved just a few individuals.
The economy is producing a bumper crop of lemons yet the government isn't making lemonade.
You never know what you'll find in the middle nowhere.
Was Aristotle gay? And what about speculation that Leonardo DiVinci was also gay?
A small but growing number of motorists seem unable to comprehend what an emergency vehicle - especially a fire engine - coming at them on a road with lights flashing and sirens wailing means.
Out of touch pretty much describes the majority of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors when it comes to the South County.
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Should adults be required to wear helmets when they bicycle?
Pray for rain.
It' amazing how you remember something and it leads to remembering something else.
I was my washing my microwave food cover Saturday when I realized something - it was once made out of clear plastic.
What happened to the Jerry Brown of old?
Why does Manteca - a city of 73,000 – still have a library that was designed for a community of 36,000?
"I pay taxes."
Water - or the periodic lack thereof - isn't the biggest threat to the San Joaquin Valley's economic vitality. It's air quality.
Steve Martarano is a hired gun for the Bay-Delta Office of the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.
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