Lathrop-Manteca Fire Chief Gene Neely knows that there's a tough road ahead for the district.
Manteca Police K-9 "Blazer" made his own history in drug investigations in partnership with his handler Officer Chris Mraz who currently heads up the Canine Unit with the rank of sergeant.
Guess is opening a factory outlet store in the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.
Before ACE passenger trains zip over the Altamont at speeds approaching 150 mph the odds are conventional trains will do so at speeds around 90 mph.
The longest-running annual school fund-raiser in Manteca will have a few changes this year. However, faithful fans of the St. Anthony of Padua School's 45th annual Holiday Luncheon and Crafts Faire will still find the same traditional treats that has made this early Christmas extravaganza a perennially popular shopping opportunity, if not a festive occasion for co-workers and friends to meet and enjoy lunch.
As a nurse practitioner that specializes in women's issues, Robin Mesa knew how important breast self-examinations were.
RIPON - Julie De Araujo, Bethany Home's director of development in Ripon, has been nominated to receive recognition for her efforts in dedication, time and fundraising in support of the philanthropic needs of her community.
RIPON - An estate planning workshop – including information on "Crops Unitrust" – a unique way for farmers to give to their favorite charities, is being offered by the Bethany Home Foundation.
SONORA - Sonora again will host the magical and mystical world of All Hallows, where reality meets the fantasy world of old the weekend of Oct. 22-23.
STOCKTON - The Stockton Symphony presents the Sphinx Virtuosi in a special concert on Friday, Oct.21, at 7:30 p.m. at Faye Spanos Hall on the University of the Pacific campus.
LATHROP – Three Lathrop women in leadership positions were honored recently for their contributions to the community and for "making a difference in San Joaquin County and abroad."
Banning the wearing of gang colors and motorcycle club regalia from downtown Manteca during the Pumpkin Fair was possible because in issuing permits the city essentially turned over control of the streets to the Sunrise Kiwanis.
STOCKTON – In the book, "Becoming Dr. Q: My Journey from Migrant Farm Worker to Brain Surgeon," the six-page acknowledgments ends with these three sentences: "How can I thank my wife? Anna, you are the best in-house editor, fellow traveler, life partner, friend, mother, and role model I could have imagined in the journey of writing this book. Thank you for everything. I love you."
LATHROP – Drivers along Mossdale Road are about to get an unexpected surprise.
A program in the Republic of the Congo that is helping empower women and children is one of the projects that will benefit from this year's Heavenly Holiday Tea fund-raiser by the Women's Ministry at The Place of Refuge in Manteca.
Eight years ago, Manteca did not charge the solid waste fund for street sweeping.
Manteca Unified trustees Tuesday honored students for academic and athletic achievements from the fourth grades through high school in both student progress and advanced placement ...
The Twin Tunnels could become the latest potential casualty of a state water agency's plan to increase endangered fish numbers in the Delta by ...
It's about taking water and not about fish.
The Halloween season in Manteca and Ripon gets underway Saturday.
The proposed and approved Pilot/Flying J truck stop that will service I-5 traffic on Roth Road cleared a hurdle on Monday.
After at least six attempts in 50 plus years to plot downtown Manteca's future via the creation of a grandiose plan upfront that ends ...
French Camp native and Medal of Honor recipient Richard Pittman, 71, has passed away.
At one time Dale Fritchen was a confidant and mentor to Sam Fant when the now 28-year-old was embarking on his political career.
Getting more people to visit Ripon to spend money is one way of strengthening the community's economy and boosting the local tax base.
The East Union High drama students will be performing "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" beginning on Saturday.
It's been more than 18 months since the City of Lathrop outlawed public camping within the city limits.
Get ready for once a week watering.
It's a peculiar election for Lathrop City Council.
Mayor Steve DeBrum contends the 120 Bypass carnage triggered primarily by impatient and/or inattentive drivers trying to get to southbound Highway 99 isn't ...