The State Water Control Board's 3,500-page plan to dismantle the Northern San Joaquin Valley economy in a bid for a net gain of 1,000 more salmon holds water about as well as a sieve.
Lathrop gets its fair share of traffic thanks to Interstate 5 that flows from Mexico to the Canadian border.
The City of Ripon took a big step forward towards a "First Responder Appreciation Day" last week.
The second largest single solar installation operated by a South County government agency could start reducing wastewater treatment power costs for Manteca ratepayers by 2018.
Renderings from three muralists competing to be commissioned by the Manteca Mural Society to create the Vietnam War mural will be available for review by all veterans and the public on Thursday, Nov. 17.
Two Manteca brothers were killed riding motorcycles at a high rate of speed late Sunday afternoon after slamming into a roundabout.
The runaway train may have stopped just short of the proverbial cliff.
Do Manteca residents matter?
Call it being sacred straight.
Ben Cantu's fifth time wasn't a charm when it comes to getting elected to the Manteca City Council.
Up on Airport Way where it meets Roth Road there once stood a small dairy.
Forty-one years ago I voted in my third election.
Turkeys R Us has fallen significantly behind in its efforts to make sure 1,850 struggling households in Manteca, Lathrop, and Ripon have a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
Two car washes have opened along the Airport Way corridor during the past six months.
Manteca's biggest distribution-style concrete tilt-up building is being pursued on the southwest corner of Airport Way and Roth Road as part of the CenterPoint business park.
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Google the words "pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed" and "sloth".
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