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.
It's billed as the "Fill the Need" benefit concert Saturday evening at the Manteca Senior Center hosted by Doctors Hospital and the "Reunion Band" asking for audience support for those in need during the holidays.
Parents of many of the 255 children enrolled in Kids Zone not only were able to convince the Manteca City Council to retain the after-school child care by making it legal under state law but they may also eventually see lower fees.
Losing their morning paper to a dog drew reactions from Bulletin readers Tuesday who called the circulation desk complaining that a large brown and white St. Bernard had just run off with their newspaper.
The CHP confirmed Monday that a man who had been seen running out of a vineyard on Lathrop Road over the weekend and listed as a John Doe had received major injuries when a truck ran over him near Austin Road at about 2 p.m. Friday.
Kevin O'Neill has spent 28 years devoting his springs and summers to making sure various Little Leagues are functioning physically as well as teaching youth the fundamentals of baseball, sportsmanship and to have fun.
The debate about whether to loan the Post 6311 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars $50,000 to help pay for a commercial kitchen for the new Moffat Community Center that they will use has gotten a bit more complex.
Ripon High graduating senior T.J. Hobbs was the alumni speaker for the Weston School graduation Wednesday night and spoke directly to the 49 eighth graders seated on stage, telling them to "get involved" in their new school next year.