When Frank Aquila first decided that he was going to host a dinner honoring families that have lost loved ones at war he didn't quite know what to expect.
The South San Joaquin Irrigation District is pulling out all the stops to mark a major historical milestone.
TRACY – South County farmers worried that power transmission lines being considered that may severely impact – if not completely take away – their property aren't holding back.
RIPON - It's all part of an effort to save the lives of motorcycle riders with Manteca and Ripon motorcycle police officers putting on their safety fair Saturday at Mistlin Park in Ripon for the Ripon-Manteca Motorcycle Safety Fair.
LATHROP – Manteca artist Dan Voller was the big winner in this year's Mayor's Art Purchase Award Show and Sale.
Manteca's drive to recover "100 percent of all costs" for park use could drive the farmers market out of downtown Manteca's Library Park.
Firefighting resources within Santa Barbara County have been overwhelmed this past week in their efforts to combat a large wildland fire. As such, the City of Manteca Fire Department is entering the sixth day of having an engine company deployed to assist communities in the Santa Barbara area. The fire engine being used is provided to the City by the Office of Emergency Services (OES) from the State of California.
More than $600 dollars in prizes will be awarded at this weekend's 5th Annual Photography Contest and Show jointly sponsored by the Manteca and Tracy Camera clubs.
A 30-acre almond orchard that has been home to five generations of the Freitas family faces the threat of being bisected literally by giant power transmission lines.
RIPON - A Ripon paper plant that has long been a part of the nucleus to the community's industrial base is closing - a move that has touched the hearts of its workers and their families.
Manteca's elected leaders authorized the issuance of $19 million in bonds Tuesday to complete the final phase of the retrofit and expansion of the wastewater treatment plant.
Delicato Vineyards is holding its Thirteenth Annual Photography Show from Wednesday, July 1 through Saturday, July 25. Competition is open to entries by amateur and professional photographers, which will be judged jointly. There will be over $1,000 in cash and gift certificate awards presented to the winners for their original photographs in the following categories: landscape/ nature, people/ portrait, travel/ architecture, animals, Manteca scenes, and other.
The City of Manteca in partnership with Big League Dreams will be sponsoring a community wide Independence Day Fireworks event at Big League Dreams on Friday July 3.
Two fundraisers for the Manteca High Sober Grad Committee are taking place this week.
The Rev. Quincy McClain and the Southside Christian Church are again offering a summer event to reach out to help change the lives of hundreds of youth who live in what is one of Manteca's most notorious at-risk neighborhoods for gang influences – Southside.
One solution to stretch Manteca's water supply may literally be just a flush away.
Editor's note: The Bulletin will occasionally catch up with people that were once high profile in the community to see what they are doing now.
Mike Dominguez didn't quite know what to do with the paperwork that his father handed him.
Customers at Target, Home Depot, In-n-Out Burgers, Grocery Outlet, and Applebee's among others in East Manteca will soon know what time it is without having to check their watch or cell phone.
Very few of the dogs that Manteca's animal service officers pick up on the streets are registered or licensed with the city.
The thieves who broke into St. Anthony School Cafeteria Friday night are being described as "not too smart." And for that, the school is being called lucky.
It was nothing short of a miracle when a code blue crash cart team of medics brought a friend of 400 workers at Doctors Hospital of Manteca back to life late Friday afternoon.
People burn out.
Dehydration techniques for herbs and fruits is the subject of the Ripon Garden Club meeting scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 10 a.m. at the American Legion Hall, 206 Stockton Ave.
Tons of citrus that could help feed struggling Northern San Joaquin Valley may go to waste.
The students of Ripon Christian Schools are celebrating their 100 days of attending classes by giving back to the community with countless donations to those in need from the homeless to the military.
In order to attract new businesses, the City of Ripon could use an identity.
Catholic schools are not just educational institutions, said Mary Lou Hoffman, principal of St. Anthony of Padua School in Manteca.
Police dashboard cams have captured everything from the comically intoxicated to the frighteningly violent.
Horst Bauer doesn't claim to have all the answers when it comes to global issues or even those close to home.