Game in the Box has been off and running since October.
For almond farmer Richard Phillips of Manteca, the high wind gusts of up to 45 miles per hour over the weekend was like a dog whose bark was worse than its bite.
Manteca's resale housing market is on pace for a record setting fourth straight year of 1,050-plus transactions.
It is hard to picture Jennie Schatmeier moping around on a couch, not toned, and 35 pounds heavier.
A 50-foot-high fir tree was toppled by heavy winds sometime early Sunday morning onto a home in the 1300 block of West Lathrop Road, just west of Union Road.
Thomas Galloway patiently waited as the "newbie" on the municipal water crew worked on tightening a city meter in front of a home on Widgeon Way on Friday afternoon.
LATHROP – Lathrop's very first National Day of Prayer is shaping up to be a challenging one, at least, for the organizers.
New home buying activity made February the strongest month for single family housing starts in Manteca in nearly four years.
RIPON - Dorothy Patterson has helped keep children safe for 49 years.
Stephanie Gippetti learned first-hand during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake just how unprepared most people are in a disaster or major emergency.
The 15th annual Crossroads Street Faire is expected to draw thousands of people to downtown Manteca on April 2-3 for two days of food, shopping and fun.
Motivational guru Scott "Q" Marcus' column is being featured Sundays starting today on the Manteca Bulletin's Your Health Matters pages.
"The best part of the day was just being with my Dad," wrote Bobby, 13.
Full development of city neighborhoods proposed for inclusion in Manteca's Redevelopment Agency boundaries ultimately could more than quadruple the number of vehicle trips on existing city streets in 30 years.
Bryan Thomas respects the sacrifices of soldiers who went before him and the challenges that they faced.
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Tip-A-Cop Night at Manteca's Red Robin Restaurant had officers from both Manteca and Ripon departments greeting customers, serving water and drinks, delivering food to ...
Given California's current water situation the thought of a flood seems almost laughable.
Manteca Councilman Richard Silverman "wants more bang for the buck" when it comes to municipal efforts to stop illegal fireworks from being discharged in the ...
It's design was supposed to be enticing – a classy entrance into the neighborhood just beyond Lathrop City Hall.
Seven people - three of them pedestrians - have died on Manteca's city streets in the past 33 months.
The Second Harvest Food Bank is about to get a new refrigerated 28-foot-long trailer that will allow its Mobile Fresh operation to distribute an array ...
MODESTO – He's not Susan Lucci anymore.
Three parks in Lathrop are getting an upgrade.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
One in seven American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
Manteca Police are looking for a suspect in the theft of a U-Haul moving rental truck from a rental yard in the 1100 block of ...
Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum vows to form a regional coalition of elected leaders aimed at bringing safety improvements to the deadly section of the 120 ...
Almonds - grown primarily around Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon -leapfrogged past milk and grapes in 2014 to become San Joaquin County's most valuable crop.
My name is Matt McDonald and I teach Visual Art at Manteca High School. I am extremely blessed to be an educator here at Manteca ...
Growing marijuana under any circumstances is now illegal in Lathrop.
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