When Sierra High School theater teacher Sarah Frase was thinking of a spring musical, she knew that the one that was selected was going to be different right off the bat.
Having parents that were almost twice as old as those of her friends never bothered Dorothy Mulvihill.
It'll now be up to the Manteca City Council to determine whether they'll fork over the nearly $100,000 needed to fund a dog park that some Manteca residents are staunchly advocating.
Leonard Rosas couldn't have been happier as he watched his son scurry around the grounds at The Commons at Union Ranch Friday morning.
Faith Johnson might have been wearing the most fashionable belt in town. As one of the dozens of kids who turned out for Python Ron's Reptile Kingdom presentation Wednesday at the Manteca Public Library, Johnson showed no fear as she stepped up onto a footstool and prepared herself to have a boa constrictor placed around her waist as she modeled off the new trend with a smile. And while Python Ron's presentation has become an ...
RIPON – When the revenue totals rolled in at the end of last month, Ripon City Administrator Leon Compton was expecting to see several hundred thousand dollars.
Warm weather only helped make the crowd of festival-goers at the 13th annual Crossroads of Manteca Street Fair grow even larger on Saturday.
They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And that's never been more true than when it comes to your heart. Over the course of the next several weeks, the Manteca Coronary Health Improvement Project – or Manteca CHIP – will be holding a series of information meetings to help introduce residents to the five-week video seminar hosted by Dr. Hans Diehl that is designed to help people change their ...
By this afternoon tens of thousands of people will be flooding Yosemite Avenue browsing everything from homemade crafts to unique trinkets.
Frank Aquila knew absolutely nothing about what it would take to put a dinner fundraiser together.
Jerry Gorman wasn't your typical big-town hero. At 34 years old, Gorman – who had just been promoted to manage the shack back at his local Wal-Mart – was feeling more than just a little bit cooped up in a town where everyone else seemed to be getting further in life that he had in the nearly 20 years since he graduated high school. But on Thursday night inside of the Dorothy Mulvihill Theater, Manteca ...
When Vinnie Bhan learned that they were extending the length of the Crossroads of California Street Fair east to Fremont Avenue, he knew he had to do something special.
The $24,400 raise that new Manteca Unified Superintendent Jason Messer received last week has raised more than a few eyebrows from educators worried about whether they'll have a job next year, but the salary he'll be taking home is the same his predecessor made while his overall compensation will actually be less.
As a Realtor, Marcy Hanson didn't have a whole lot of options when the housing market took a dramatic downward spiral.
Devin Tailes – a.k.a Devin Starr or just plain old Dev – is a young lady on a mission.
It's one of the biggest travel holidays of the year.
Jason Webb knows high performance machines.
LATHROP – Farhat Khairzadah's list of accomplishments is impressive.
Hunter Leonard knew that his tie was straight.
LATHROP – Chase Hayes summed up his excitement in a single motion.
LATHROP – The City of Lathrop isn't necessarily swimming in a pool full of money.
Alvin Vang's black gown was heavier than most.
Tuesday afternoon was bittersweet for Britney Szeto.
If Emmanuel Torres ended up on the street tomorrow, he wouldn't fare so well. For starters, the 15-year-old vice president of the Manteca Boys and Girls Club's Keystone Club - a leadership academy for teenagers -- struggled with piecing together a makeshift shelter that only needed tape and staples to finish. Even with a handful of helpers, Torres couldn't manage get the thick cardboard walls to stick to the wooden frame that had shielded him ...
By JASON CAMPBELL
Manuel Cardenas didn't think that he was ever going to graduate high school.
LATHROP – And I wondered why people don't trust the government.
LATHROP - It's been a few years since the City of Lathrop financed its way into an additional allotment from the South San Joaquin Irrigation District's surface water treatment plant.
It takes work to apply for college scholarships.
Efren Juarez had a good thing going with his business that hosted poster tournaments for non-profit organizations.