STOCKTON – Although the number of people getting influenza has been dropping off, national, state and local data all show that people are continuing to get sick and hospitalizations are still occurring. Health officials are hopeful that the H1N1 vaccination campaign to date has made an impact on the progression of the pandemic.
De-centralized government could be the next big thing in Manteca.
It was almost a giddy experience back in 1998.
LATHROP – The darkest hour in Lathrop's housing market appears to be waning as the city enters the third decade of its history as an incorporated city.
LODI – Robert Beadles believes that he's a man of the people.
All value gained – and then some – in the past 12 years for Manteca resale homes based on median price at the close of escrow is gone.
There's nothing like going on a police ride-along to be up and personal with the night street life in the community – especially on New Year's Eve.
LATHROP – June 6, 1989 in Lathrop was a red-letter day for this small town along the San Joaquin River.
Bradley Noli Betanio is the first baby born in 2010 and in all of San Joaquin County.
The FESM hosted a New Year's Eve party.
Firefighters from two departments responded to a 911 call that smoke was rolling off the roof above a second story apartment Friday night and kept the blaze from spreading to three adjacent living units.
The decade started with McSizing the American Dream.
Seeing Manteca and the rest of South County through the eyes of Hime Romero is a treat for the Manteca Bulletin staff and we hope for our readers as well.
Heather Castillo found therapy in writing.
Turkeys R Us needs another 1,005 turkeys to make sure struggling families in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop don't go without traditional meals on Thanksgiving and Christmas
The Manteca Chamber of Commerce is giving the community a gift this Christmas season - a downtown Holiday Street Fair.
It was like old times.
Two downtown parking lots are being rehabilitated.
It's good to be remembered.
Jeff Burkhardt was the kind of guy that would give you the shirt off his back.
Manteca residents have reduced year-to-year water use for the fifth consecutive month.
The battle continues for millions of American veterans, whether they saw action in a war zone, or just "stood in the gap." It is a battle that they are waging back on their home turf – for military benefits, and for recognition and respect.
Manteca is having its biggest year for single family home starts since 2005.
Trony Wyrick learned everything she knows from the military.
He was remembered as the life of the party – the guy that always had the smile and always had time for his family.
Traffic enforcement in Manteca is receiving a $133,000 infusion from the California Office of Traffic Safety for a year-long traffic enforcement upgrade within the community.
Doctors Hospital has a special patient for Veterans' Day - an 89-year-old private first class who served with the celebrated World War II Tenth Mountain Division that fought the German Army in the snowy Italian Alps in 1944.
Brock Elliott Elementary School in Manteca was named after the first Manteca soldier who was killed during the Vietnam War.
St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca is once again playing host to the annual Holiday Luncheon and Craft Faire, arguably its most popular fund-raising event of the year.