New Hope is the theme of the annual St. Anthony of Padua harvest festival coming up this Saturday and Sunday.
Karate demonstrations, karaoke, free raffle and prize giveaways are on tap Saturday, Sept. 14, at the Marketplace shopping center on West Yosemite Avenue.
All five comprehensive high schools in the Manteca Unified School District have a Library Media Center.
Sixty care packages are winging their way via the U.S. Postal Service to American service men and women at various corners of the world.
Sixteen of Manteca Unified School District's buses will be retrofitted with diesel particulate filters to the tune of $258,571. The money was approved 6-1 by the Board of Trustees at their meeting Tuesday, with Trustee Manuel Medeiros as the lone dissenter.
Coming soon to a movie theater near you – advertising touting the good things about the Manteca Unified School District.
For nearly a quarter of a century, the helm at the San Joaquin County Office of Education has been occupied by someone from Manteca.
Torrey Mercer made a confession. The 20-year-old said she was bullied for 13 years. Her voice cracked as she recalled her own personal torment growing up. "When I was little, I was chubby," she said, citing the reason behind the bullying she endured for many years. But it was an incident that happened while she was in fifth grade which remained vivid in her memory. While playing soccer with her team one day, they were ...
It was early evening on Thanksgiving Day. The three-generation family was getting ready for the traditional meal.
Arnold "Butch" Rothlin is not a happy camper. Actually, he's not a happy alfalfa farmer.
For the last 25 years, the countryside in southwest Manteca was home to the Cornejo family. Next week, home will be a two-bedroom house on West Yosemite Avenue just a yodel away from the downtown business district.
Four of the seven homes featured in Saturday's September Stroll Home & Garden Tour offered each year by the Ripon Garden Club are steeped in local history. They are all clustered in a sycamore tree-lined section of Palm Avenue in the heart of the city's historic downtown residential area.
The keyword, when it comes to the Smit family garden, is repurposing. For Bryan and Shannon Smit, repurposing is just another word for recycling. The phrase, though, that Shannon likes to use is "flea market junk gardening." She laughed as she added, "It's the budget-friendly way to do stuff. When you have a very limited budget, that's the way to do it." This is the garden theme that the young couple is sharing with guests ...
Love is at the heart of Manteca Kindred Arts' longevity. Established in 1986 at the prodding of an impassioned column by the late retired educator and writer Robert Camden in the Manteca Bulletin, the 501 (c)(3) organization, which means all donations are tax deductible, the incorporated concert association has managed to offer classical music programs for the community every year without fail since its inception without scrimping on the quality of the artists and performances ...
One of the area's most enduring events held in the middle of the harvest season is taking place the weekend of Sept. 21 and 22.
The sun is still hiding from the frost this morning, but some 50 hardy Manteca Nuts & Bolts diehards are already up and about making sure needy children will wake up with a smile on Christmas morning.
Bishop Stephen E. Blaire of the six-county Catholic Diocese of Stockton announced over the weekend the diocese will likely file for bankruptcy saying there is "no viable option" other than re-organization.
In May of 1944, Al Ftacek, a soldier from the town of Ottawa in Illinois, was sent to England to be part of a six-month bombing mission to Germany.
Brothers Jim and Jesse Costa have been hosting the Costa's Wild-game Feed for some three decades. But on Friday, when the pre-Christmas staple event was held at the Manteca Trailer & Motorhome with the usual heavy traffic of people turning the cavernous showroom into something akin to a big wedding feast, the siblings showed no signs of slowing down in what has become their personal life ministry.
World War II veterans are a dying breed – literally.
There's a match-making site, it seems, for just about anybody and anything on the Internet these days. For romance seekers and the marriage-minded, there are web sites such as eharmony.com and match.com. For the online gaming milieu, the cyberspace is cluttered with terabytes of e-game choices in practically every phantom scenario that the human brain has so far created.
A memorial trust fund has been set up for the month-old baby who lost his father who died in a solo accident on Nov. 22 while hauling rice straw to the areas charred by this past summer's Rim Fire near Yosemite National Park.
Things are going wild again at Manteca Trailer & Motorhome. For a wild-game feast, that is. And it's all gratis.
Make a difference in the life of an adult resident at Manteca Care & Rehabilitation facility this Christmas. Pick up a green or red stocking and/or bulb decoration at Precision Automotive in Manteca and adopt a resident by purchasing any or all of the items in that person's wish list in the back of the ornament. The gifts being requested will not leave a big hole in your pocket. Many ...
The annual holiday boutique held at Emeritus (formerly Merrill Gardens at 430 N. Union Road in Manteca) will be held Saturday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Featured will be nearly a dozen different vendors offering a variety of items that include handmade arts, crafts, and jewelry. Proceeds from the boutique will be donated to Chuck and Teri Palmer's Operation Candy Cane which sends holiday goodies to American ...
Annie Carver wore a flaming bright orange shirt with matching black jacket and hat. But even more eye-catching was the big smile she wore throughout the evening as she kept her hands busy at the portable grille barbecuing hot dogs and ladling up bowls of piping hot chili.
Hundreds of families and individuals have organizations like St. Vincent de Paul Society and Helping Hands to be thankful for this year, both at Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Tyler Jennings Wilson was an outgoing young man, charismatic, and a devoted husband and father, among his many sterling qualities that family and friends will long remember.
Carolyn Cano has a mission. You can call it Rosaries for Students' Scholarships.
The race is on to raise the funds needed for the installation and dedication of the mural honoring the veterans of World War II.