Two years ago, Christine Acosta had every intention of making the concert and blanket drive for the HOPE Family Shelters an annual event.
The Manteca Boy and Cub Scouts are taking a stand against hunger.
Jerry Walker knows all too well how a bad economy can affect one's livelihood.
When Manteca artist Jill Guimont-Paddack was asked to come up with skateboard designs for Friday night's Skate and Destroy art show and auction to benefit breast cancer research, she jumped at the chance.
Judy Sonke is going to enjoy Thanksgiving more than most.
Spreckels Avenue might be a quick shortcut from Yosemite Avenue over to Moffat Boulevard, but it carries a whole different meaning for Jon Anderson.
Things have definitely changed for Frank Alvarado over the course of the last year.
Manuel Valverde doesn't have a problem calling himself an "old geezer."
Manteca High head coach Eric Reis said he knew that Vanden was better than its playoff seeding indicated.
A group of almost a dozen teenagers will know by the end of this weekend what it feels like to be hungry.
Art Smith stood in formation Thursday afternoon with members of the VFW Post 6311 Color Guard waiting patiently for the time to shift his weapon, drop his weapon, and ultimately fire in the volley that comprised the 21-gun salute.
It might be more than 40 years after he wrapped up his service to the United States Navy, but Dave Steffy is still receiving recognition for his efforts during the Vietnam War.
What was supposed to be a carefree and relaxing cruise to Mexico has been anything but for four Manteca residents trapped on board the disabled Carnival Splendor that has been floating in Mexican waters since Monday.
Eric Reis knows that football games aren't played on paper.
Sure there are the people that you see on Comcast Channel 97 manning the phones at the Boys & Girls Club Telethon as well as those who stand before the camera providing the commentary for the event.
Jim Todd doesn't advertise the Turkey Bowl.
It was going to be a very lonely Thanksgiving for Erin Tyner.
To say it isn't a monstrosity would be doing it a disservice.
When "The Nutcracker" first premiered as a two-act ballet back in 1892, it didn't exactly bring the house down.
Another one of the passengers in a vehicle that slid off of Interstate 205 outside of Tracy early Saturday morning has died.
Matt Hernandez donated $100 to the Manteca-Lathrop Boys and Girls Club on Tuesday night.
Jeff Liotard is prepping turkey the same way he always does for Thanksgiving.
A 17-year-old seriously injured in a devastating car accident outside of Tracy isn't expected to survive.
The third and final suspect in the shooting of 53-year-old Michael Lawrence in front of his home rural Manteca during the summer of 2013 isn't expected to appear before a jury until March.
Lathrop - once known for having a dilapidated skate park that required an immense amount of maintenance just to keep open - might soon be the only city in the area with two skate parks.
Fade to black.
Dan Doyle is not happy Lathrop is discussing flood issues behind closed doors.
It could end up being the most costly Lathrop Mayor's race in the city's brief history.
It appears that all of the incumbents vying for reelection in Lathrop will secure another term.
Are Manteca Unified School District's two newly-elected trustees - Ashley Drain and Alexander Bronson - legal residents of the areas they were elected to represent?