Manteca's Dr. Melford Larson, M.D., with an impressive and colorful history is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame on Saturday, May 1, at the Manteca Senior Center.
Scenes from Wednesday's Starry Starry Night activities at Neil Hafley School.
Janet Dyk, who was selected to the Manteca Hall of Fame, is the daughter of John J. Machado. It was erroneously reported in Wednesday's Bulletin that Dyk's father is John A. Machado, who is actually her brother.
Janet Dyk spent several hours Tuesday applying for various grants to help fund AgVenture.
RIPON - The city council in Ripon gave the go ahead to a plan to establish a farmers market in the center of Main Street in the downtown area east of the main intersection at Stockton Avenue.
It had been years since John Hernandez last played "Candy Land."
The monthly Manteca Historical Society program will be held Thursday, April 8, at the museum starting at 7 p.m.
This year the Manteca Relay for Life Committee is hard at work to reach its goals. The volunteer members are striving to become a Million Dollar Relay. What that means is that if they hit their fundraising goal of $167,000 for this year's event, they will have raised $1,000,000 in 11 years.
FRENCH CAMP – The annual pancake breakfast hosted by the French Camp-McKinley Fire District will be held Saturday, April 10, from 7 a.m. until noon at the fire station, 310 E. French Camp Road just across the street from the Post Office and the Good Shepherd Mission Church. The public is invited.
Looking for a great time with family and friends where the main fare includes all you can eat ribs and tri-tip, bid on auction items, and dance to the latest songs? Then bring the whole family and join St. Anthony's for a great night of fun in the school gym on Saturday, May 15, from 5:30 to 10:30 p.m. Tickets are $30 for adults, $15 for children 4-12 years of age, and free for children under 3.
Every day someone in Manteca is going to walk to their car and find a smashed out window.
Students will sometimes dread the day report cards come home.
LATHROP – There will be only four people on the Lathrop Council for the rest of 2010.
RIPON - Call the Ripon Chamber of Commerce and you'll get one of the three most enthusiastic people on the line when it comes to singing the praises of Ripon as a place to live, work, or play.
There are a lot of things that Augusta (Gussie) Cabral has seen in her 90 years on this blue marble.
All of Lathrop west of Interstate 5 and east of the San Joaquin River, every dwelling in Weston Ranch as well as southwest Manteca neighborhoods could end up under upwards of 10 feet of water in the event of a major flood rated as a 200-year occurrence.
Manteca may expand its public safety force by one police officer and one firefighter during the fiscal year starting July 1.
They get the best buck for every small bang they can sell.
The top 10 items in demand letters and claims for businesses to watch out for in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) that some attorneys are eyeing in their check list for civil suits have been issued by the California Commission on Disability Access.
Manteca pastor Robert Cox has maintained his innocence in the murder case of 55-year-old Link Ellingson from the start.
The BOOM! and POW! that pierce the still of the evening, rattling windows and triggering a chorus of howls and car alarms, signal not the start of summer but the fireworks season.
The Friday Unity Night in the Neighborhood (FUN) Club is again providing the youth with a safe haven on Friday nights this summer.
STOCKTON – The fate of a plan to lower electrical rates by 15 percent in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon may be known by year's end.
The youth will be the central focus of the 37th annual Three Rivers Indian Lodge 4th of July Powwow.
The Feast of St. Anthony's luncheon for seniors Thursday had a patriotic flavor.
The Sunrise Kiwanis want to make sure everyone that wants to celebrate the Fourth of July by participating in the traditional parade down Main Street in Manteca will be able to do so.
Livelihoods and countless jobs are on the line.
Provisional ballots cast in the June 3 primary elections may still change the final election returns for four supervisorial candidates in San Joaquin County.
The building is almost completely bombed out.
How much does a city fork out for a dazzling Fourth of July fireworks aerial show?