Members of the month NAME: Michael Rosales, age 10 GRADE: 5th, Sequoia FAVORITE CLUB ACTIVITY: Football FAVORITE THING ABOUT SCHOOL: Math & social studies FAVORITE TV SHOW: CSI Miami FAVORITE PERSON IN THE WORLD: My mom Eva GOAL IN LIFE: Being a professional football player NAME: Angelina Martinez, age 8 GRADE: 3rd, Brock Elliott FAVORITE CLUB ACTIVITY: Art FAVORITE THING ABOUT SCHOOL: Social studies & science FAVORITE TV SHOW: Wizards of Waiverly Place ...
Charlie Halford can tell you stories that can bring tears to your eyes. There's the young girl who was surrounded by gang influences at home who used the Boys & Girls Club as a safe haven after school. Another revolves around a young teen that used the club's influences to stay on the straight and narrow while parents were arrested repeatedly for criminal acts. Yet another is about a teen – thrown out of her ...
I began attending the Boys & Girls Club in the fourth grade and fell in love the day I joined. As young as I was, I began learning things about myself I never knew. I built relationships that I still hold strongly to this day and have bonded with many of the staff members. The club itself has helped me through so many of the obstacles and challenges throughout my life. Whether it was looking ...
There were 330 seniors who took advantage of the free influenza inoculations Friday morning with some sharing stories of their exciting and sometimes adventurous lives.
Manteca Councilwoman Debby Moorhead is pushing for a crosswalk on South Powers Avenue at Hutchings Street to improve the safety of kids walking to and from Lincoln School.
Nearly a dozen charges against Edward Williams Adams, 18, last Sunday were not enough to keep the Manteca man behind bars.
WESTON RANCH – A high school and a community came together Wednesday to pay tribute to one principal and welcome another.
Not a single one of the contestants left in the Manteca Idol contest were anywhere near being born when the 70s disco craze hit with full force.
Traffic makes its way up Interstate 205 and across Altamont Pass.
The "Caring for the Caregiver" symposium is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 14, at Stockton's Lexington Plaza Waterfront Hotel, 110 W. Fremont St.
Scouting for food is a national canned food drive put on by the Boy Scouts of America. Canned food is collected by Scouts and given to local food banks. This is one of the areas that Scouting helps to provide community service. On Saturday, Nov. 21, local Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts will be collecting canned food in your neighborhood. During the week we request that you save up whatever canned food (no perishables please) ...
Eggstravaganza helps feed needy St. Vincent De Paul Society presents Christmas Omelet Eggstravaganza, Sunday, Dec. 6, 8 a.m. to noon at St. Anthony's gymnasium. Tickets are $7 for adults, children 10 & under, $3. This is our one and only fund raiser for this year. During the past 12 months we have helped with food and clothing for 7,664 families, 15,513 adults and 14,529 children. Due to the weak economy, they have had ...
The Lifestyle Outlets at Manteca set the pace for new construction starts in October with three new buildings getting underway with a combined value of $4.9 million.
The shackles and the stripes that Vince Hernandez was proudly wearing inside of the lobby of Bank of Stockton Thursday wasn't so he could stretch the mileage of his Halloween costume.
The perennially popular Holiday Luncheon and Crafts Faire sponsored by the St. Anthony School Parent-Teacher Group is bigger and better this year.
Jimmie Burgess bakes her pies – apple to blackberry, boysenberry, pecan and pumpkin – with a passion she has had for baking since she was just 12 years old when she was taking tips from her grandmother and mother.
Heller Lipsett's death was sudden and tragic, shaking her family at home and in the classroom.
Vietnam veteran and retired Manteca Police Chief Dave Bricker is the keynote speaker for Monday's Veterans Day ceremonies taking place at Library Park at 11 a.m.
LATHROP – Residents could soon see a break in their water bill.
Manteca tangled with Caltrans for six years to get a traffic signal at Vasconcellos on East Yosemite Avenue.
A daughter still in the womb - who is expected to need major heart surgery when she is born next month by caesarian section - brought the community out in droves to purchase nearly 600 take-out dinners in a one-of-a-kind fundraiser in support of a young family.
LATHROP – Very few warehousing centers are built in excess of 500,000 square feet.
Some 667 Manteca-Lathrop-Ripon families struggling financially this holiday season won't go without a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
The final hidden Manteca Bulletin golden pumpkin worth $100 was located at 3:15 a.m. Thursday by a Manteca woman who said she was puzzled by one clue that suggested it might be found by a French restaurant.
Jack Bellew – a boy on his own mission to aid U.S. troops – will be at Isadore's Restaurant again this Saturday asking for tips in support of his overseas snack pack operation. He's already sent thousands of boxes to thankful guys and gals in the military.
When the first flag was ever raised atop the pole at Manteca's Fire Station No. 4 on Sept. 11, it represented something unique.
By DENNIS WYATT
Frank Alvarado couldn't believe his eyes as he rolled into the parking lot at Library Park for the start of Saturday's "Ride the Tide."
There will be some 20 "jailbirds" held throughout Friday in Agape Villages' annual Jail 'n' Bail fundraiser at the Bank of Stockton on North Main Street.
STOCKTON – Rogene Reynolds lives on two acres of farm land on Roberts Island.