STOCKTON - The United States Air Force Concert Band of the Golden West will touch down in Stockton, Monday, April 16, 7 p.m., for an inspirational free concert at Delta College's Atherton Auditorium.
Firefighters rescued a Manteca man believed to be in his late 40s from a city refuse truck shortly before 7 a.m. Tuesday after the truck driver heard him yelling over the roar of the engine and the hydraulic compressor.
It was the first day of spring and everybody seemed to know it.
The current "shut down" on Woodward Avenue work is eerily familiar to Manteca Mayor Willie Weatherford and Councilman Vince Hernandez.
The late Bob Cabral's vision may one day come true for Manteca.
RIPON - Thirty Ripon residents have jobs this week thanks to the opening of the new Dollar General Market in Ripon's Towne Square Shopping Center at West Main Street and Wilma Avenue.
Those of the Baha'i Faith came together Tuesday at the Manteca Branch Library for a day of rejoicing and hospitality.
RIPON - Suzanne Brashears is the guest speaker for the Wednesday, April 4, 10 a.m. meeting of the Ripon Garden Club at the American Legion Hall, 206 Stockton Ave.
There are two events coming up in support of the 2012 Manteca Relay for Life taking place April 28-29 at Sierra High to help fight cancer.
HALF MOON BAY - The 22md annual Pacific Coast Dream Machines Show takes place at Half Moon Bay April 28 and 29 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Highway 99/120 Bypass interchange was once avoided like the plague by developers due to the smell of the Moffat Feed Lot and sugar pulp from the defunct Spreckels Sugar plant.
Manteca learned a valuable lesson in the 1990s.
LATHROP - After more than 30 years in law enforcement and a pair at the helm of Lathrop Police Services, San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department Captain Eric Holman is calling it quits.
LATHROP - The City of Lathrop is teaming up with the Love Lathrop organization to expand the annual Beautification Day event for 2012.
The farmers market could return to Library Park this summer as a "true" downtown Manteca event.
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Mark Houghton has a lot of explaining to do.
Manteca is short $2.2 million needed to build the city's fifth fire station that's planned for the northwest corner of Atherton Drive ...
The Ripon Tribe Award will be about those special relationships forged between student and certified or classified staff.
When Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion first started coming up with a plan on how best to address the growing homeless issue in Manteca, he ...
On the surface, the annual Anthony "Tony" Sowers Memorial Basketball Game doesn't make a ton of money.
Manteca Parks & Recreation's first middle school dance of 2017 is taking place Friday, Jan. 27, at the Neil Hafley School Gym, 849 Northgate Drive.
It had been years since Donna Anderson (Dalben) had been back to Manteca to see how much the area that was such a big part ...
The first wave of the massive Pacific storm that had municipalities across California worried about how they would fare has passed.
Meritage Homes - a national builder - is bullish on Manteca's housing market.
Del Webb at Woodbridge resident Joyce and Carl Bowmar ended their western Caribbean Cruise Friday morning only to find themselves in the middle of an ...
It's been 20 years since PG&E - along with Southern California Edison - dangled competitive transmission charge (CTC) exemptions for irrigation districts to enter the ...
The late Antone Raymus liked to say he didn't just build homes. He built communities.
Credit East Union High's second-half defense for the 49-32 Valley Oak League win over visiting Sierra on Friday.
The proposed Ripon Tribe Award is designed to celebrate that special nature of the student/teacher/staff relationship.
Carol Davis made a difference.
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