Are dumpster divers stealing money from the city and evading taxes?
Florence Luiz was 108 years old when she died a couple of years ago.
He introduced himself as Keith.
Two men woke up by the dawn's early light on Wednesday. Both were driving quads.
From Wyoming to Manteca; from Manteca to Indiana. Disparate geographical locations in America. But they all come together in the docu-film, "Cowboys: The Story of the 1943 Wyoming Championship Basketball Team."
He was first in Manteca Unified. Now he is the number one in San Joaquin County.
Kim Komenich lost his mother when he was 18 years old. He had graduated from Manteca High and was attending Modesto Junior College at the time. Two years later his father died.
The accolades did not stop on graduation day the last week of May for Lawrence Silveira and Noelle Lanser.
Three Manteca Unified School District employees could find themselves in Beijing, China, late this month through early July.
Manteca Feed was like the Toys 'R Us for farmers in Manteca and surrounding areas for more than half a century.
They get the best buck for every small bang they can sell.
Should Nile Garden Elementary School be closed if the water from campus wells is not safe to drink?
The youth will be the central focus of the 37th annual Three Rivers Indian Lodge 4th of July Powwow.
Manteca Unified and its partners may have lost the grant war. But they are not giving up the battle.
Provisional ballots cast in the June 3 primary elections may still change the final election returns for four supervisorial candidates in San Joaquin County.
Manteca mayoral candidate Ben Cantu started hitting the campaign trail a year ago. That may be too early to some but, as it turns out, he is right on the vote.
It's hard enough being a senior in high school, getting ready not only for graduation with all the academic requirements but for college entrance as well.
MRPS Hall on Grant Street is undergoing a facelift. The new and improved popular social facility owned by the Manteca-Ripon Pentecost Society will be unveiled in December.
For many years, Mo Iorio was a name synonymous with the Kid Club, a highly successful and thriving before- and after-school program for latch-key kids in Lathrop.
Nancy Teicheira is someone who doesn't get fazed easily. Time after time, she has shown that she is made of stern stuff – as a farmer, as a wife and mother, as a cancer survivor, and soon-to-be a four-term member of the Manteca Unified School District Board of Trustees.
Simple acts of kindness by a group of people in and around Manteca are making a difference in the lives of untold numbers of needy and destitute women and children in all corners of the United States, the world and California.
A member of the Manteca Unified School District Board of Trustees is considering filing a complaint to the San Joaquin County Grand Jury over "possible" Brown Act violations involving Trustee Sam Fant.
During the closed session of the Manteca Unified School District Board of Trustees on Oct. 6, the Manteca Bulletin learned that Trustee Nancy Teicheira was reportedly yelled at and was told to "grow up."
For the first time ever, East Union High School has a student book club. The campus club is taking part in the annual Great Valley Bookfest set for today at the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.
The northwest corner of South Airport Way and Daniels Street should be devoid of all political campaign signs by the end of the day on Friday.
The two nuns serving St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church will be the guests of honor at a luncheon hosted by the Manteca chapter of the Young Ladies Institute.
The invitation to attend one of the year's most popular costume-party celebrations simply reads: "dress up as your favorite saint."
Bonnie Hill, the author of nearly a dozen books, has a simple answer as to why she writes.
Manteca Unified staff and families of students in the school district are invited and encouraged to attend information sessions to become familiarized with the technology involved in launching the $30 million Going Digital project. The program will equip all 23,000+ students in the district, from elementary to high school, with a computer laptop to use at school and at home, to get them prepared and ready for the challenges of 21st-century education.
Lions, monsters, fancy costumes, books, and a "flash mob" – oh, my!