It's only $1.18 a month.
When the first responders – firefighters, policemen and other emergency personnel – rushed to the twin towers of the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the main thing on their mind was to save lives. That's what these brave men and women are trained to do. That's their mission. Tragically, on that fateful day, the price they paid was their lives.
It's the $110 billion question plus financing costs: How likely is a 7.0 Richter scale earthquake in Manteca or places like Alturas in Modoc County?
That wonderful elixir of almond blossoms filling the air these days is the scent of spring to many.
A baseball fan turns away from the action at a minor league game in Idaho to chat with a friend. Suddenly, the crowd around him starts yelling. He turns back toward the field and is hit in the eye with a foul ball. Ultimately he loses vision in the eye. He sues.
Manteca is growing itself to death.
How do you fight lawbreakers?
There is something delightfully sinful about jogging this time of year.
Walking the parade route – before and after – was a new approach for me at writing a column about the Almond Festival on Saturday. You have to admit I had the best seat in the house, never stopping longer than to chat for a few minutes with old friends, or those folks I had never met. After all, a friend is often only a smile and a handshake away.
A side effect of more healthcare insurance coverage is becoming painfully apparent - a less robust economy for those struggling to stay afloat.
Taxes - according to more than a few folks in positions of power - stimulate the economy.
Manteca's panhandling ordinance is a bust.
"Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me." - a line written by Scott Fitzgerald in the 1926 short story, The Rich Boy
Delta College is mulling over an offer by a developer to buy 160 acres the district owns just northwest of the Highway 99 and Lathrop Road interchange.
I was jogging down Van Ryn Road when I heard Mick Jagger belting out "Satisfaction".
Caroline Hutto and Christina Orlando will take the oath of office when the Ripon Unified school board convenes tonight.
Dean Uecker is scheduled to become the next mayor for the City of Ripon.
The cost of living in the Northern San Joaquin Valley is going up.
Three Christmas musical treats - one by Del Webb at Woodbridge residents and two offered through the combined efforts of St. Paul's United Methodist Church ...
Spawning adult salmon on the Stanislaus River - the linchpin of what irrigation districts within the Northern San Joaquin Valley describe as a massive water grab ...
As a policy document the new City of Manteca Parks and Recreation master plan is flawed big time.
Drive Interstate 5 south toward Los Banos and veer west toward the Pacheo Pass.
When I speak to friends of mine from other parts of the country, they always make digs about how California is this liberal bastion where ...
Sometime in the next decade the City of Manteca will likely stop weekly "garbage" collection.
"Though the great salmon runs were only in Northern California rivers, steelhead trout were trapped, speared or hooked as they returned to from the sea ...
Raising funds for officers killed in the line of duty across the country is the goal of two Los Angeles Police officers who are running ...
The passage of a resolution by a government entity, be it a city, state or national level, is usually a cause for jubilation by all ...
Newcomer Gary Singh and incumbent Debby Moorhead will take the oath of office during a special Manteca City Council meeting set for 4 o'clock ...
George and Violet Perry's smiles are brighter than usual these days. And there's a very good reason for it. They have just arrived ...
Manteca is moving to level the playing field when it comes to fees charged - or not charged - to collect garbage.