Almost 400 Manteca residents went back to work in Manteca to push the city's unemployment rate down to 14.1 percent for the lowest level for those without jobs since October.
Phil Waterford's emotions got the best of him Friday morning when California Assemblyman Bill Berryhill presented him with the Small Business of the Year Award for the 26th district.
Art and Diane Perry were among the hundreds of people who took the leisurely trek to the San Joaquin County Fair on Friday.
The Manteca Branch Library will present Wet 'N Wetter Relays Thursday, July 8, at 3 p.m.
The late rains combined with unkempt foreclosed properties could make this a Fourth of July that some Manteca residents may never forget.
The family takes center stage at this year's celebration of the annual Fourth of July Three Rivers Indian Lodge Powwow.
The San Joaquin County Fair has been "celebrating 150 years of good times."
Scenes from a big band dance staged by Merrill Gardens at Manteca on North Union Road in celebration of Support Our Troops Week.
Manteca taxable sales grew 0.8 percent in the last four quarters.
It was arguably the most charitable gathering of the summer.
STOCKTON – They're looking forward for the piggies to go out to market.
One of Manteca's summer traditions – Children's Art in the Park – takes place Saturday, June 19, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Library Park.
LATHROP – This story is about the car that could. It can also be a story about teen-agers who have been good.
STOCKTON – Zephyr is part of the G.K. Production's stable of young musicians.
There's a possible solution that could put Manteca's 12 furloughed police officers back to work and at the same time provide less expensive police protection for Lathrop.
Page 586 of 807
Homecoming at Ripon High will officially begin Friday with a kick-off rally in the North Gym.
The McFall-Grisham American Legion Post 247 in downtown Manteca has a daunting task.
Donna Warren – soon to be 80 – said she wants any birthday gifts to go to the Second Harvest Food Bank in the form of monetary ...
Editor's note: Manteca Unified is marking its 50th year of unification. This is part of an occasional series on the history of local schools.
A massive hotel and water park that will breathe new economic life into an area that can't be used for much more now than ...
Shotgun thefts in the Airport Court area of rural southern Manteca landed two men in county jail Monday after allegedly burglarizing a man's home.
Summer's last hoorah is going to be one to remember.
Buying a home built by Raymus siblings Toni and Bob isn't a typical experience.
St. Anthony's Harvest Festival is right around the corner.
The proposed 500-room Great Wolf Resort in Manteca isn't McWhinney Development's first rodeo in the hospitality industry.
They used to be ostracized. Chased away. Even criminalized.
By VINCE REMBULAT
The story in Saturday's 209 Living section on St. Anthony's Principal Mary Lou Hoffman incorrectly stated her administrative background. St. Anthony's is ...
Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy based in Manteca is well known for producing superior hairstylist through their cosmetology program.
Seven Ripon residents are opening their gardens this Saturday for the annual Ripon Garden Club's September Stroll
Page 11 of 22
Contents of this site are © 2015 Manteca Bulletin - All Rights Reserved