What was supposed to be a carefree and relaxing cruise to Mexico has been anything but for four Manteca residents trapped on board the disabled Carnival Splendor that has been floating in Mexican waters since Monday.
The holiday luncheon and craft faire that St. Anthony of Padua School has been hosting every year for the last 44 years is not just about food or original creations by the best crafters around.
Veterans Day observances are being held Thursday in Manteca, Ripon and Lathrop.
Sure there are the people that you see on Comcast Channel 97 manning the phones at the Boys & Girls Club Telethon as well as those who stand before the camera providing the commentary for the event.
A multi-million dollar price tab to comply with stricter arsenic standards handed down by the Environmental Protection Agency is hitting the pocketbooks of Manteca water users a bit softer.
Larry Dunham isn't much for the parades and the public celebrations that come around Veterans Day.
Robert Williams begins to tear up when he thinks about how much Veterans Day means to him.
Paul Webb and his wife moved into the Del Webb at Woodbridge neighborhood in Manteca because of its peaceful and quiet atmosphere. They also felt safe here and they liked the clean air of the countryside.
During last year's Manteca/Lathrop Boys and Girls Club Telethon, Fred White didn't like what he saw.
Belagio Apartments - a 152-unit income restricted complex - could be built on East Atherton Drive.
RIPON - South San Joaquin Irrigation District could lower retail power costs enough that it may make the need for Ripon Unified to put a solar energy project in place at the school farm to save as much as $3 million over the next 20 years a moot point
The perennially popular Holiday Luncheon and Craft Faire sponsored by St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca is back to its old slot this Wednesday.
Ed Fonseca invested $750,000 in a building, met all state and local government requirements, and created jobs by going into business for himself.
LATHROP – Lathrop Mayor Kristy Sayles has filed an appeal in response to the state's legal action seeking the revocation of her home child care license.
Library Park has never been your typical park.
The debate about whether to loan the Post 6311 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars $50,000 to help pay for a commercial kitchen for the new Moffat Community Center that they will use has gotten a bit more complex.
Don't tell Anis Guedoir that these are the "best days of our lives."
At Thursday's Lathrop High graduation, Principal Michael Horwood described the Class of 2015 as a very "special group."
Stephanie Douglas began dabbling with drugs at the influential age of 16.
Ripon High graduating senior T.J. Hobbs was the alumni speaker for the Weston School graduation Wednesday night and spoke directly to the 49 eighth graders seated on stage, telling them to "get involved" in their new school next year.
An 85-year-old Manteca man allegedly stabbed his 56-year-old son shortly before midnight Wednesday in a home they shared.
The best weapon against future crime?
Cecily Ballungay is in the business of giving people hope.
Average response time to Manteca medical emergencies and fire calls were 27 seconds quicker in 2014.
It wasn't the balloons or the leis or the flowers that exemplified why Shasta Elementary students were packed into a sweltering Manteca High School gymnasium Tuesday night.
Solman Aniss was one of four honor roll students at Joshua Cowell Elementary School eighth grade students who carried a 4.0 GPA for the entire year and, among others, spoke eloquently about changing the world for the better at Tuesday afternoon's promotion ceremonies.
An 8-year-old Tracy boy died in a boating accident in the San Joaquin River on Monday in Lathrop.
Prosecution of quality of life crimes ranging from graffiti to residential burglaries are being targeted now that funding is being restored to the San Joaquin County District Attorney's Office.
Eighth graders being promoted at Lathrop Elementary School were told Tuesday morning to "Make good choices and have the persistence with character to persevere in what has to be done," as they were being promoted to high school life.
Ericka Anaya, Arianna DeBarros, Gavriela Garcia and Sylvia Rocha reflected on the past nine years at Sequoia Elementary School.