Manteca's resale housing market is on pace for a record setting fourth straight year of 1,050-plus transactions.
It is hard to picture Jennie Schatmeier moping around on a couch, not toned, and 35 pounds heavier.
A 50-foot-high fir tree was toppled by heavy winds sometime early Sunday morning onto a home in the 1300 block of West Lathrop Road, just west of Union Road.
Thomas Galloway patiently waited as the "newbie" on the municipal water crew worked on tightening a city meter in front of a home on Widgeon Way on Friday afternoon.
LATHROP – Lathrop's very first National Day of Prayer is shaping up to be a challenging one, at least, for the organizers.
New home buying activity made February the strongest month for single family housing starts in Manteca in nearly four years.
RIPON - Dorothy Patterson has helped keep children safe for 49 years.
Stephanie Gippetti learned first-hand during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake just how unprepared most people are in a disaster or major emergency.
The 15th annual Crossroads Street Faire is expected to draw thousands of people to downtown Manteca on April 2-3 for two days of food, shopping and fun.
Motivational guru Scott "Q" Marcus' column is being featured Sundays starting today on the Manteca Bulletin's Your Health Matters pages.
"The best part of the day was just being with my Dad," wrote Bobby, 13.
Full development of city neighborhoods proposed for inclusion in Manteca's Redevelopment Agency boundaries ultimately could more than quadruple the number of vehicle trips on existing city streets in 30 years.
Bryan Thomas respects the sacrifices of soldiers who went before him and the challenges that they faced.
Ernesto Garza couldn't help but grimace as he watched the dollar signs flash across the screen while filling up his Acura SUV Friday afternoon.
LATHROP – Another Lathrop mayor could possibly be facing legal trouble.
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Let there be light.
Manteca High freshman Amanda Buhay collapsed in her Spanish class on December 9, 2014.
Solar power is helping Manteca reduce trash collection costs.
The Colony Oak Elementary School reconstruction project is looking at an aggressive timeline.
A first book of its kind by author Harry E. Pacheco "Gladys Glasses" is being introduced in Give Every Child a Chance after school tutoring ...
Burglaries shot up 21.58 percent in Manteca during 2015.
There's a new gas station that may be coming to Manteca.
Three men suspected of robbing Mantecans as they walked on residential sidewalks after dark at three separate locations have been arrested by Manteca Police officers.
The backdrop was fitting.
Medically focused college students are being offered scholarships by the Doctors Hospital of Manteca Auxiliary volunteers to help them shoulder the costs of their education ...
The biggest employer in the South County is looking to hire more than 200 new employees.
The book is titled, "Revolution Revisited: The 1986 Philippine Revolution."
Want to know the hardest thing about getting healthy?
A handful of topics were on the table when candidates for political offices ranging from Congress to county supervisor appealed for support at the San ...
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