Young kids in his neighborhood call Austen Nunes a show-off.
Don't look for a wider bridge deck any time soon at the Airport Way and Highway 120 Bypass interchange.
The game has come a long way since it was first born in a barn in the Pacific Northwest and named after a pesky dog that kept taking the ball from the middle of the game.
LATHROP – The tragic death of 25-year-old Jeremy Lum nearly a year ago has become a rallying point in his family's effort to increase society's awareness to mental illness.
Scenes from the start of this year's 24-Hour Ripon Relay for Life benefit for the American Cancer Society on Saturday at Ripon High.
The Manteca Lions Club is staging a scholarship fundraiser on Saturday, May 22, featuring a southern style BBQ rib dinner at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane.
Carl Lindberg would be the first to admit that his foray into the world of performance theater began with the desire to get a better grade in his speech class.
An almond orchard eventually will be replaced with 93 single family homes on a 24-acre parcel on the south side of Woodward Avenue to the east of Union Road.
Movies in the Park may return this summer for its third season.
Scenes from Thursday's Woodward School presentation of Disney's "Alice in Wonderland Jr." Two more performances are planned for Thursday, May 20, and Friday, May 21. Both are at 7 p.m.
Denver & the Mile High Orchestra is bringing its big band-style music along with a healthy dose of diverse sounds such as Earth, Wine & Fire, Stevie Wonder, and Chicago to a free show on Sunday, May 30, starting at 3 p.m. at Woodward Park.
It was an evening of Delicato wine and Portuguese donuts that brought the crowd at the Manteca Historical Museum on Thursday.
The legacy of Faustina Rosas lives on, thanks to the Manteca Unified Student Trust.
Californians have been asked to reduce their water usage by 20 percent during the drought.
The mother of 11-year-old Hunter Davis wishes she would have done things differently.
A K-Mart loss prevention officer was allegedly knifed in the neck by a 61-year-old homeless man Tuesday evening as he was attempting to stop the man from taking a bicycle out the front door of the Northgate Drive store.
Let the children have fun at the free day for kids at the Boys & Girls Club in Manteca, 545 W Alameda Street on Saturday, Sep. 20, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will be live entertainment, free food, free games such as laser tag and archery tag, bounce houses, and music. For more info go to http://community.mantecabulletin.com/events/detail/13900/
Water conservation in Manteca could go high tech.
For family fun, food and a slew of opportunities to snag a prize or an auction deal to bring home, head out to the annual St. Anthony Harvest Festival this Saturday and Sunday.
LATHROP – Could a BMX park be in the cards for Lathrop?
He calls himself "Joe."
Dave Roorda was not a happy camper when he stopped by early Friday morning at his almond orchard on the corner of Woodward Avenue and North Union Road. He had just knocked down the nuts from the trees a few days ago, and the drying almonds are waiting to be windrowed.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District has reaffirmed its commitment in legal documents to pay all state-required fees to local governments, retain rate breaks for qualifying low- households, and underwrite programs that promote agency efficient and energy conservation.
His uncle said that he had the heart of a lion.
St. Anthony's Harvest Festival live auction will return again this year.
Lau'ray Thomas was the 16-year-old teen who was killed in the Highway 120 Bypass crash and fire that consumed her grandmother's car when it was hit from behind at about 3 p.m. Saturday in the slowed eastbound lanes midway between Main Street and Highway 99.
A front seat teen passenger in her grandmother's late model Mercury Sable died in a horrific car fire on the Highway 120 Bypass near Highway 99 shortly after 3 p.m. Saturday.