Patrick Danipour knew that when he joined the Manteca Sunrise Kiwanis that he was one day going to inherit a committee.
Kelly Alexis Diaz was crowned homecoming queen at halftime of the Sierra High Valley Oak League opener against Kimball on Friday.
MODESTO - Modesto Junior College invites the public to the 61st Annual Agriculture Open House on Thursday, Oct. 10, in the Agriculture Department building located on Coldwell Avenue on MJC's East Campus.
MODESTO – Modesto Junior College Agriculture and Environmental Science Division will host the annual MJC Truck and Tractor Pull on Saturday, Oct. 12,2 in the Agriculture Center for Education Pavilion located on the MJC West Campus at 2201 Blue Gum Avenue in Modesto.
The 2nd Annual Tacos & Tequila fundraiser to benefit St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca takes place Friday, Oct. 11 from 6 p.m. to midnight in the St. Anthony's School gymnasium.
Manteca's first ramp metering - red and green lights that control the flow of traffic onto a freeway - will be installed on the southbound onramp to Highway 99 at Austin Road.
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.
Protecting prime farmland and the integrity of flight approaches to Stockton Metro Airport will eventually cost Manteca households and businesses.
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's a free offer worth up to $1,100 for Manteca-based non-profits to "rent" the state-of-the-art transit center community room once a year.
Catching a Manteca Transit bus on Spreckels Avenue by the Target Store is about to get safer for passengers and motorists alike.
In Frank Alvarado's mind, the terms are pretty clear: If cancer is going to continue to affect people in his life, well…
Steve DeBrum wants Manteca to have a larger municipal rainy day fund to guard against future economic downturns plus bring in new businesses and head-of-household jobs.
Flush that bathroom wipe down the toilet and it could end up costing the City of Manteca at least $200.
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 – Phil Waterford wasn't having the best day.
Three. Two. One.
There's a formula.
Myrna Javrie looked at the list.
LATHROP – It's like Redbox but for medical-grade pot.
Mark Boudelik was busy balancing multiple phone calls Tuesday afternoon.
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.
It was a historic and yuletide transformation of the Manteca Museum this past weekend as a team of volunteers put up decorations and dressed mannequins in preparation for Sunday's traditional open house.
LATHROP – Matthew Hernandez could be $2,000 richer.
Doctors Hospital's near $1 million restoration of its emergency room opened to the public Monday morning with the cutting of a ceremonial ribbon with a crowd of nearly 100 hospital and municipal staffers on hand.
Nursing has been a passion for Linda Hutchings for the past 50 years – a career that was celebrated by Doctors Hospital administrators and staffers in their conference room recently.
The Measure G Oversight Committee on voter-approved projects at Weston and Colony Oak schools will meet today at the Ripon Unified District Office Conference Room, 304 N. Acacia Ave.
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.
It was something being near miraculous that brought a 2-year-old toddler back to life Sunday afternoon when a trio of first responders were out walking their dogs shortly before 5 p.m.