A Manteca developer is interested in acquiring two vacant sites owned by the Manteca Unified School District.
When it comes to fall colors, Manteca and Ripon – or the South San Joaquin County area – is not Vermont or Maine, or even the Sierra foothills and surroundings by any stretch of the imagination.
Manteca Unified school teacher Ken Johnson is pulling out of the race for San Joaquin County Office of Education superintendent.
What's in a simple bracelet with a singular and minimalist message? A lot, if you're talking about the colorful wrist bands that Manteca High School is giving away to students who, up until now, have largely been under the radar. The wrist decorations may be simple but they are priceless. The students earn them by doing something positive, by excelling in something, in ways that ordinarily may not have previously merited the attention of their ...
Melanie Morgan, award-winning San Francisco talk show host, television anchor, journalist as well as a well-known pro-life advocate is the guest speaker at the sixth annual fund-raising banquet for the Pregnancy Help Center of Manteca.
A possible land exchange agreement between the Manteca Unified School District and Union Ranch Properties, LLC is one of the items to be discussed Wednesday by the Measure M Citizens' Oversight Committee.
Ann Drum and her friends, Candice Whitlock and Makenzie Edwards were all smiles. Their grins rivaled their bright snow-white garbs and the matching chef's hats perched on their heads.
Election is more than a year away. But Jeff Tilton, who is hoping to take the seat that will be vacated by San Joaquin County Office of Education Superintendent Mick Founts, is already fending off accusations of impropriety in connection with his previous jobs.
Patrick Tebaldi was three years old when he started at St. Anthony of Padua Preschool. Today, his own 3-year-old daughter is learning her ABCs and how to make the sign of the cross within the same walls where he learned the same lessons.
Sierra High School's first female championship team, the 1995 Boys Cross Country team that became the 10th ranked team in California when the new campus was only in its second year, and a faculty member who helped open the doors of Manteca Unified's third high school campus in 1994 will be inducted into the Timberwolves' Hall of Fame on Sunday.
It was one simple flip of a switch, but it marked a giant leap in solar technology for Manteca Unified School District.
Is there life after active priesthood ministry? The recent news about Father Dean McFalls' decision to give up his active ministry in the priesthood brought to mind another priest of the Stockton Diocese who went through similar circumstances in the mid-1980s. His name was Father Cornelius Peter "Case" de Groot. I knew his story because I interviewed him when he was appointed pastor of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Ripon. Shortly after his appointment, he ...
Father Dean McFalls has officially stepped down from his position as pastor of St. Mary's Church in Stockton after revealing he has fathered a child. But he remains a priest, according to Sister Terry Davis, communications director of the Diocese of Stockton.
LATHROP – Parishioners at Our Lady of Guadalupe reacted with shock, disappointment, and understanding to the news that their former pastor is leaving his active ministry in the priesthood and that he is the father of a "child (that) will soon be born."
LATHROP – The Lathrop High School Spartans are taking a bite of the Big Apple, going Hollywood, and conducting a round-up complete with western attire, hoedown throw-down and big-time cardinal.
Nearly a dozen bands, including the Mossdale Elementary School band in Lathrop, will be performing on stage from 2 to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2, in the multipurpose room. It's all for a philanthropic cause. All proceeds will go to a trust to help the family of school custodian Ronnie LeMay who was diagnosed with brain cancer three years ago. The husband, his wife and their four children live ...
Charles Andrew Palmer was a teen-ager in high school when his father paid the ultimate sacrifice for his country. Marine Cpl. Charles O. Palmer II was killed in action in Kahlidiyah, Iraq, on May 5, 2007.
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Ladybug's Quilts of Manteca, 1236 N. Main St, is selling tickets for a one-of-a-kind quilt that will be raffled off with the proceeds going to Emergency Food Bank in Manteca. Tickets are $1 each or six for $5. The "All Hearts Come Home for Christmas" in red, white and blue is the original design of Manteca Quilter Sandy Newcomb.
Calla High School's staff and students are adopting American troops this Christmas. To that end, they are teaming up with the Cpl. Charles O. Palmer II Memorial Troop Support Program founded by Chuck and Teri Palmer after their son who was in the Marine Corps was killed in action in Iraq on May 5, 2007.
Calla High School staff and students are adopting American service men and women this Christmas. They are asking the public to help them collect items that will be mailed in time for the holidays. Donations must be dropped off at Calla High, corner E. Highway 120 and Austin Road, by Wednesday, Nov. 6. The project is in cooperation with the Cpl. Charles O. Palmer II Memorial Troop Support Program. For ...
The iconic Lindbergh School which has been vacant for a while is open for business once again.
Mark McDonald, the father of a 4-year-old who is attending Manteca Unified's Kids Academy for pre-kindergarten students, would like to see automated external defibrillators, or AEDs, available in district classrooms.
*MUSD Perfect STAR students
There's a campus growing at the Manteca Unified School District property on the corner of West Louise Avenue and South Airport Way.
Name that school district campus. Individuals and groups are invited to submit a name for the campus at the Manteca Unified School District on West Louise Avenue. Deadline for submission is Friday, Oct. 25. Contact the Superintendent's Office at (209) 858-0729 for more details.
Five years ago, longtime Manteca Unified School District employee and community volunteer Faustina Rosas lost her battle against cancer. A few years before that, Kelly Cardoza of the district office personnel department lost her young cousin Jowell Griggs, a young wife and mother, to the same dreaded disease after a short but valiant fight.
For the second year in a row, the nearly two-dozen staff at Re/Max Executive in Manteca are stepping up to the plate to help the hundreds of homeless students attending various schools in Manteca Unified.
*Fundraiser for MUSD homeless students
Deborah Hoffman is a breast cancer survivor. Not once, not twice, but four times. She is living proof that prayers work, and that miracles do happen.