If you go to a tanning salon, congratulations are in order.
While rummaging through my garage a few years ago, I came across an old M-60.
A small army of civic-minded volunteers from Crossroads Community Church did what they embraced as the Lord's work last October and helped the financially strapped city plant 250 trees along the Moffat Boulevard leg of the Tidewater Bikeway.
The Donner Party came to California 164 years ago.
California's public education could be moving toward another crisis that could ultimately undermine local control.
Summertime and the livin' is easy
Manteca voters in 160 days will elect a mayor and two council members.
It is a common lament: Why is Manteca allowing new home construction when there are so many foreclosures?
It's animal cruelty - at least for Manteca dogs and cats as opposed to those from Lathrop.
When a couple is married for 50 years, it is actually a century of trying to support each other when it's all added up.
California water politics are about as easy to navigate as swimming through shark infested waters with 100 pounds of red meat strapped to your back.
Was that a Huey Lewis sighting at the San Joaquin County Fair?
State prisoners could soon get hit by sending jobs off-shore.
Two pivotal projects that could end up making or breaking Central Manteca's future are expected to break ground in the coming months.
A few years back, Manteca Waterslides did a take-off on a popular Top 40 song "Walk Like an Egyptian" to create a radio campaign dubbed "Walk Like a Manteekan" promoting the recreation water park.
Just how thin is the thin blue line?
While serving as Chairman of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors this past year, I've witnessed many challenges facing our region, as well as tremendous progress and significant achievements. The Board has taken numerous actions over the past year to set San Joaquin County on an exciting path toward continuing financial stability, cutting-edge innovation, and becoming a magnet for economic development and new jobs.