LATHROP – San Joaquin Valley's sizzling hot summer in July is facing some stiff competition this year.
Eriq Kurys is going to Sacramento – the hard way.
A typical customer in Manteca, Lathrop, and Ripon who uses 650 kilowatts in a particular month will see a savings of $9 in their PG&E electric bill for energy consumption after June 1.
RIPON - Sure the fresh strawberries, red ripe cherries and locally produced honey were huge hits.
LATHROP – For 25 years, Pets & Pals has treated animals in need of homes with care and respect.
STOCKTON - On Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) administrative offices and the Downtown Transit Center (DTC) Customer Service Center will be closed and RTD will not operate its regular fixed route bus services, which includes Stockton Metro, Metro Express, Intercity, Hopper, Trolley, Commuter Routes, and Dial-A-Ride services.
Manteca Unified is getting ready to end funding for school resource officers.
By ROSE ALBANO RISSO
Everyone wants to pack everything they have into the back of a U-Haul and head down to Hollywood to pursue a career in acting.
Iraq War veteran Derek McGinnis and the author of "Exit Wounds": A Survival Guide to Pain Management" is among the entries already registered for the first Wounded Warrior Christopher Braley 5k run/walk that is part of the Memorial Day Weekend activities on Sunday, May 30, at Woodward Park.
LATHROP – Lathrop nonprofit organizations that are interested in submitting an application for Safe and Sane Fireworks this year are invited to attend an orientation meeting today starting at 5 p.m.
RIPON - Ripon's two veteran organizations, VFW Post 1051 and American Legion Post 190 will be holding the Annual Memorial Day ceremonies at the Ripon Cemetery on Monday, May 31, at 10:30a.m.
The buyers of homes in new Manteca neighborhoods approved in the mid-1990s were forced by conditions placed on development to pay into landscape maintenance districts.
Three City of Manteca planning technicians lost their jobs after Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's move to commandeer $2.05 billion in redevelopment funds was upheld in court.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate voted to roll back efforts to give states more consumer powers Tuesday – a partial victory for federally chartered banks that don't want state regulators meddling in their business.
A decision to forgo $6.9 million in bonus bucks through Dec. 31, 2016 plus reduce the development agreement fees to $5,000 after that is back before the Manteca City Council for ratification on Tuesday.