RIPON - The third annual health fair is planned for Saturday, Oct. 17, in the Ripon Athletic Club parking lot as part of Ripon's Main Street Days.
A commitment to helping municipal employees have competitive pay with comparable jurisdictions when the job market and economy was hot was one of the major factors setting up Manteca's $14 million deficit.
Mike Moore equates it to doing Jesus Christ's work outside of the box as in the four walls of a church.
LATHROP – The City of Lathrop is trying to decide whether it should continue contracting its police services with San Joaquin County or try other more feasible and cost-effective alternatives.
LATHROP – Fired chief building officer Matt Browne's next move could be a lawsuit against the City of Lathrop.
The FESM Steak and Oyster dinner is set for Saturday, Nov. 17, at the FESM Hall at 240 N. Main St.
LATHROP - The first annual Manteca Unified District Honor Choir will perform tonight at 7 p.m. in the Lathrop High School auditorium.
A "Could it be Dyslexia" workshop takes place Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Sequoia School gym.
RIPON – The rising cost of health care doesn't mean that you have to go without the periodic checks that produce the early warning signs of more serious problems.
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Cursive writing is far from doomed in Manteca Unified classrooms under the $30 million Going Digital initiative.
The Second Harvest Food Bank in Manteca needs more room to operate and to store its food for the hungry.
Most hotel guests in Manteca stay for a night either on their way to somewhere else or to participate in a softball game at Big ...
Superintendent Bill Draa has built up fond memories of these past couple years at Ripon Unified.
Security costs money.
Free public education that can be readily access by students in the Manteca Unified School District isn't a one-size-fits-all endeavor.
When the Manteca Civic Center was completed 40 years ago, the complex was on the edge of town.
Citizens tasked with finding ways to accelerate Manteca's water savings wants to make things a little greener.
Jeff Shields' message couldn't have been clearer.
Manteca Fire Department is prepping for the unthinkable - a derailment of one of the 100-car oil trains now passing through Manteca en route to a ...
John Vierra was an X-ray technician at the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital on the 38th parallel.
Two cars were allegedly stolen by the same suspect Thursday morning – one from Walmart on South Main Street and the other from Todd Street near ...
Armed security officers could soon be closing Manteca municipal park restrooms.
Dale Fritchen has the perfect way to prevent and deter the Manteca Unified Board of Education from violating California's open meetings law.
El Nino - the wet weather pattern that California is being told will likely be in place this winter - is far from a slam dunk.
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