Napa Valley may be the Lamborghini of California's wine regions - with the sexy, splashy, and pricey veneer that goes with it - but it doesn't hold a candle to the 209.
President Obama and his family are visiting Yosemite National Park later this week.
Buying the 57,000-square-foot building that once housed Kodak's Qualex film processing division on Industrial Park Drive to serve as a new home for the Manteca Police Department was anything but a snap decision by the City of Manteca in 2006.
School's out for the summer.
Water conservation will again be the hot button topic at Tuesday's Ripon City Council.
San Joaquin AgFest is a five-day celebration of youth agriculturists from throughout the county.
The dangers of swimming and rafting on the Stanislaus River have been minimal during the drought due to lower water volume, slower flows, and water temperatures more conducive for swimmers.
There isn't a drought when it comes to water parks interested in building a resort in Manteca.
"See, I told you it didn't make any difference to vote. I shouldn't have bothered. Bernie Sanders lost anyway."
Want to see the impact of government decree versus that quaint old-school concept known as initiative?
San Jose leaders are upset that they've become the affordable housing solution for job-rich Santa Clara.
There's got to be a morning after
It's time to bury the hatchet.
Mike Morowit is right.
Fire destroyed the small farm house located on what was left of the old Crom ranch on the southwest corner of South Airport Way and Crom Street on the western edge of Manteca's municipal golf course.
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The grumblings have already started.
It sounds like a pothead's nirvana.
So what are Manteca taxpayers' getting for the $475,000 investment in a parks and recreation master plan produced by the RJM Design Group that ...
It's a question I'm constantly asked: Isn't it dangerous to hike by myself in the Sierra or Death Valley?
It is costing Manteca taxpayers $475,000 so the city can have a plan for the next 20 years about what they should do to ...
Every Ripon Unified student from kindergarten through 12th grade will be using Chromebooks by the end of 2017.
Lathrop's new police chief Captain James Hood is conducting coffees to hear citizens' concerns at the Starbucks on Harlan Road.
A cadre of Manteca teens graduated from a week-long junior police academy in Ceres that taught the cadets everything from basic first-aid to the proper ...
Is the epic struggle the South San Joaquin Irrigation District has undertaken to replace PG&E as the retail power supplier for Manteca, Ripon, and ...
Mike Kelly is a wise man.
It was a Saturday morning ritual for way too many years.
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