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The Manteca Bulletin
More solar trash cans on the waySolar power is helping Manteca reduce trash collection costs. Two BigBelly sol
More solar trash cans on the way
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted yesterday
Solar power is helping Manteca reduce trash collection costs. Two BigBelly solar-powered trash bins with built-in compactors were placed at Big League Dreams and the quad at the Manteca Civic Center last year. Their use has allowed the city to slash... Read more
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The Lake County Record-Bee
Warmer weather means better bass biteCrappie are still grabbing most of the attention from fishermen at Clear Lake.
Warmer weather means better bass bite
The Lake County Record-Bee / Posted 6 days ago
Crappie are still grabbing most of the attention from fishermen at Clear Lake. The hot spots continue to be the docks at Indian Beach Resort and at Shag Rock. A few crappie are being caught near Lands End near Lakeport. One fisherman caught three... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
Map for walking tour of Manteca’s muralsManteca’s murals are designed to give visitors, newcomers and longtime resident
Map for walking tour of Manteca’s murals
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 13 days ago
Manteca’s murals are designed to give visitors, newcomers and longtime residents alike an insight into the community’s culture, history, and economy. There are 25 murals with all 19 of the outdoor murals in downtown. The best place to start an easy... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Liquor not quicker — when it’s a zoning changeBRIDGEPORT — The zoning commission will treat a bid to open liquor stores close
Liquor not quicker — when it’s a zoning change
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 days ago
BRIDGEPORT — The zoning commission will treat a bid to open liquor stores closer to schools and houses of worship like fine wine rather than cheap beer. In other words, no guzzling. “We would definitely take a little more time and do a little more... Read more
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KERA North Texas
In Dallas, A Literacy Campaign Aims To Get New Moms To Read To Their BabiesA new initiative underway at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital is giving away free bili
In Dallas, A Literacy Campaign Aims To Get New Moms To Read To Their Babies
KERA North Texas / Posted 23 days ago
A new initiative underway at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital is giving away free bilingual books to moms who’ve just given birth. The plan is to give away as many as 14,000 books this year. Maria Guadalupe Quijas Duarte rests in her hospital bed reading a... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Parkland Hospital Is Trying To Get New Moms To Read To Their BabiesA new initiative underway at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital is giving away free bili
Parkland Hospital Is Trying To Get New Moms To Read To Their Babies
KERA North Texas / Posted 24 days ago
A new initiative underway at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital is giving away free bilingual books to moms who’ve just given birth. The plan is to give away as many as 14,000 books this year. Maria Guadalupe Quijas rests in her hospital bed reading a book... Read more
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KERA North Texas
At Parkland Hospital, Getting Moms To Read To Their BabiesOn Tuesdays, we cover education as part of the American Graduate Initiative. To
At Parkland Hospital, Getting Moms To Read To Their Babies
KERA North Texas / Posted 24 days ago
On Tuesdays, we cover education as part of the American Graduate Initiative. Today, exposing babies to books before they even leave the hospital. A new initiative underway at Dallas’ Parkland Hospital is giving away free bilingual books to moms... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
DEADLY GAMBLEEditor’s note: This is an occasional series on ways drivers can make the street
DEADLY GAMBLE
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 24 days ago
Editor’s note: This is an occasional series on ways drivers can make the streets of Manteca safer. Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion clearly remembers the day that he let a motorist that he saw drive around downed railroad crossing arms on Center... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Lafayette: Public park could replace housing, businesses, parking lotabout one-and-a-half acres, of prime downtown real estate. If the city acquires
Lafayette: Public park could replace housing, businesses, parking lot
Oakland Tribune / Posted 29 days ago
about one-and-a-half acres, of prime downtown real estate. If the city acquires and develops the properties, the resulting "Library Park" would serve thousands of downtown residents, library patrons, schoolchildren and local employees "for... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Lafayette: Public park could replace housing, businesses, parking lotabout one-and-a-half acres, of prime downtown real estate. If the city acquires
Lafayette: Public park could replace housing, businesses, parking lot
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 29 days ago
about one-and-a-half acres, of prime downtown real estate. If the city acquires and develops the properties, the resulting "Library Park" would serve thousands of downtown residents, library patrons, schoolchildren and local employees "for... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
WOODWARD’S WATER VISIONThe completion of Woodward Reservoir a century ago this year has been a godsend
WOODWARD’S WATER VISION
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 1 months ago
The completion of Woodward Reservoir a century ago this year has been a godsend to South San Joaquin Irrigation District as well as the cities of Manteca, Lathrop, and Tracy. It has played a key role as an in-district safety net to help SSJID to... Read more
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Kenosha News
Kenosha NewsToday’s problem Snow removal. Or the lack thereof from area sidewalks used by
Kenosha News
Kenosha News / Posted 1 months ago
Today’s problem Snow removal. Or the lack thereof from area sidewalks used by schoolchildren and at least one street downtown. Reader MA wrote, "…Again the sidewalks on both sides of 39th Avenue between 18th Street and 27th Street are not cleared... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Policeman cannot control his excitement after drought breaks at riverThere's nothing more wondrous than Mother Nature, so perhaps this Australian po
Policeman cannot control his excitement after drought breaks at river
Daily Mirror / Posted 1 months ago
There's nothing more wondrous than Mother Nature, so perhaps this Australian police officer can be forgiven for turning the airwaves blue with this emotional clip. This hysterical footage shows the moment a drought finally breaks in the remote town... Read more

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