The odds are you are swimming in pennies.
A scruffy-looking man and woman were asking for help with a cardboard sign Saturday afternoon at Yosemite and Commerce avenues.
There are Super Bowl parties.
Here's a shocker.
You say you got spirit … that the team colors course through your veins?
The rich and powerful.
There's a lot that Al Gore says that makes sense.
Downtown, who needs it?
Dianne Feinstein called it right.
Ripon loves its high school sports teams.
I sent my first text Friday.
Serious community cheerleaders like the Ripon Rotary Club members need your support in making a difference.
A century ago, the tentacles of the old Southern Pacific Railroad – the infamous octopus that strangled the San Joaquin Valley economy – were being pulled back.
It was a reasonable concern.
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Sacramento has issued an edict to roll back greenhouse gas emissions to 1990 levels within four years.
A proposed alignment for the controversial dry levee in southwest Manteca that is a critical element to meet the state mandate to provide 200-year flood ...
Manteca City Manager Elena Reyes recalls her first day in the City Council chambers.
Ripon Police - with information provided by two alert residents - arrested two women on suspicion of stealing mail.
Keith Rangel has experienced his fair share of back-to-school first days at Ripon High.
The Boys & Girls Club of Manteca-Lathrop opens today for the new school year after a week of annual clubhouse maintenance.
There is a wrong-headed "absolute" that's driving the downtown Manteca debate.
Pundits can't figure out why moderate Democrats in the Central Valley and the Inland Empire aren't jumping for joy at the chance to ...
Manteca High was built in 1920.
Singing -or more precisely music - isn't one of my strong suits. I don't sing in the shower as I don't want to ...
When is it going to end?
So in last week's article I commented on my utter disdain for Hillary Clinton for any number of reasons which are too numerous to ...
Manteca - that once billed itself as "The Crossroads of California" in the 1980s before adopting the moniker "The Family City" - is at a crossroads.
The Doctors Hospital Auxiliary has again distributed more than $20,000 in college scholarships to area students who are at least beginning their third year ...
It was a huge blow for the city when Lathrop's 51-year-old glass manufacturing facility was shuttered for good in 2013.
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