The one-stop permit center in the Community Development Department will be showcased during an open house today at 10 a.m. at the Manteca Civic Center, 1001 W. Center St.
Give Every Child A Chance is looking for a few dedicated volunteers to make a difference in the life of a students that are challenged in school. Students that struggle with reading and problem solving skills seem to have lost the excitement in learning.
Justin Zunino BUCA Justin Zunino, graduated BU A School with top honors on March 4, 2009 at Naval Construction Training Command in Gulfport, Mississippi. Justin is stationed in Gulfport and currently attached with Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 74. He was deployed to Afghanistan on August 7 for six months. Justin is the son of Rick and Kim Zunino of Manteca. He is a 2008 graduate of East Union High School. Joseph I. ...
Even though it looked like a playhouse, Manteca's code enforcement officers said the decorative tool shed had to go from behind a fence and nestled too closely next to a home in the 600 block of Pestana Avenue as it was a lingering violation of the building code.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop – the biggest housing development ever envisioned for the Northern San Joaquin Valley – won't probably be building its first home until 2011.
LATHROP – Angelina Navarro-Mays is looking for not just a few talented people. The more, the better as far as she is concerned. After all, she wants these individuals to display their talents and help a philanthropic cause at the same time – saving the lives of cancer victims and eradicating this deadly disease once and for all through research. Navarro-Mays, who is the entertainment co-chairperson for the first ever 24-hour Lathrop Relay for Life ...
The runaround at City Hall that many experienced over the years trying to secure permits for building and businesses is finally coming to an end this Thursday with the opening of Manteca's one-stop permit center.
It might have been the last Farmer's Market of the season, but that didn't prevent throngs of people from turning out at Library Park Tuesday afternoon to enjoy the outdoor-themed activities that organizers spent weeks planning.
FESM festa of accounts Sunday The Festa do Espiritu Santo is staging their annual Festa of Accounts on Sunday, Aug. 30, at noon. Sopas, traditional meat, bread and cabbage, will be served at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. to everyone present. Auction of Portguese sweet bread, coffee cakes and other donated items will be at 2 p.m. The evening will conclude with a dance by Erminio Lemos from 8 p.m. to midnight. The ...
LATHROP – A peaceful march in memory of the young Lathrop man whose untimely death has become a catalyst for awareness of the many issues affecting the mentally ill will be held Saturday, Sept. 12.
Mike Middleton went beyond expectations for kids when he volunteered to restore a Manteca police unit into a brand new looking gang prevention unit.
What started as a grassroots campaign to raise money for the Second Harvest Food Bank has quickly grown into a massive community event.
The South San Joaquin Irrigation District is continuing its efforts to help pump up the economy while getting the best bang for the buck as they upgrade the agricultural water delivery system.
A mini Portuguese festa was held Sunday at the MRPS Hall in Manteca.
Mary Nichols is founder of Healings in Motion, Inc., a patient-driven agency that serves a significant population locally of those who had strokes, brain injuries and brain attacks.
Six Ripon civic leaders donned firefighters' heavy turnout gear Friday and learned first-hand the challenges and pressures of being active firefighters in the community.
The agreement outlining the provisions of the exchange of properties between the Manteca Unified School District and Union Ranch Partners will be discussed and considered for approval tonight by the Board of Trustees.
Manteca has two existing water tanks - one on Lathrop Road and another in front of the wastewater treatment plant on West Yosemite Avenue.
A man driving a silver BMW sedan and wearing all black identified himself as a Manteca Police officer as he approached newspaper delivery carriers at about 3:15 a.m. Monday tapping on the driver's window asking what the couple was doing near a restaurant in the 600 block of East Yosemite Avenue.
An ironworker buying doughnuts early Monday morning was shaken up in a carjacking of his 2006 Chevy Silverado extended cab pickup truck after he attempted to stop the thief from driving out of the parking lot.
The Ripon City Council is expected to appoint Katie Nielsen to the Senior Commission at tonight's 7 p.m. open session in the Council Chambers, 259 N. Wilma Ave.
Before he underwent gastric bypass surgery six months ago for health reasons, Manteca Unified Superintendent Jason Messer had to attend pre-surgical preparatory classes in Modesto.
NEW YORK (AP) - Local gasoline prices are swinging up and down ever more drastically, a result of a national fuel system that is operating with a shrinking margin for error.
Manteca Unified School District Superintendent Jason Messer is a big loser. But he came out of that being a winner.
Mission accomplished. That's how Manteca Educators Association president Ken Johnson described the completion of the group's annual project benefiting American soldiers overseas during the holidays.
LATHROP – The firm that was initially set to develop the section of town now known as Central Lathrop failed to meet its obligations.
The Swingin' Blues Star will highlight the next Ripon Arts League concert on Thursday, Nov. 21.
Bulb-outs -the much maligned traffic control devices that do double duty in downtown Manteca as planters - are coming to a neighborhood near you.
MIAMI (AP) - Dean Griffin liked the health insurance he purchased for himself and his wife three years ago and thought he'd be able to keep the plan even after the federal Affordable Care Act took effect.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Police must get a warrant before using GPS to track a suspect's vehicle, a federal appeals court has ruled, throwing out a cache of evidence against three brothers charged in a wave of pharmacy burglaries and going beyond a Supreme Court ruling that left open the question of whether judges have to approve of the high-tech surveillance.