A man believed to be in his early 20s, who was shot in the legs last Monday night at the corner of Northwoods Avenue and Lovell Way, was released from a Manteca hospital the night of the shooting.
While most of Manteca was glued to their televisions watching the Super Bowl, Manteca Police patrolman Mike Espinosa was stopping a car in the 300 block of Mikesell Street that turned away from him and into an alley in mid block.
Police dispatcher Rudy Fowler has dedicated three decades in keeping his officers safe on the streets of Manteca – doing a great job in serving the public as well.
Two 13-week ministries aimed at helping people struggling with families breaking up – Divorce Care and Divorce Care for Kids – start this Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Crossroads Grace Community Church, 5505 Moffat Blvd.
LATHROP - The title of the book is "Filipinos in Stockton." But inside this compendium of archival photographs, part of the Images of America series which "celebrates the history of neighborhoods, towns and cities across the country" are a few familiar and once-familiar faces in Lathrop and even Manteca.
The Lathrop Sunrise Rotary is planning an E- Waste Recycling fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 21. From 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the ITT Lathrop Business Park off Louise Avenue near Interstate 5, the local service organization will be accepting those old television sets, monitors, PCs, laptops, stereo equipment, computer equipment, video game systems, CD players, DVD players, telephone equipment, copier, fax machines and cell phones, to name a few. The free service also includes ...
It isn't a snow job. California is in deep trouble. The Department of Water Resources Sierra snowpack survey this week showed it is at 61 percent of normal. A growing number of water experts are warning Californians the outlook for adequate water to irrigate crops, fight fires, run businesses, flush toilets, and water lawns is growing dismal with each passing day of dry winter weather. "It's not good," pointed out South San Joaquin Irrigation District ...
It's not just a crab feed. Tonight's Anderson's 209 BMX marinated crab feed that runs from 5 p.m. to midnight at the MRPS Hall, 133 N. Grant St., is a celebration of not just sweet success but one of Olympic proportions as well. A track builder from the American Bicycle Association will be in Manteca Monday preparing the Spreckels Recreation Park site at Moffat Boulevard and Spreckels Avenue for construction to mark the end of ...
Seven athletes who exemplified not just success in their chosen athletic endeavors but also in the standards they set as role models as well as the highly successful East Union High girls golf teams from 2006- to 2008 are being inducted into the Manteca Sports Heroes Hall of Distinction 2009.
In Thursday's story about the off-duty Manteca Police detective who is alleged to have hit some guests at a party that he and his son and daughter attended, the last name of the man who videotaped some of the incidents that took place was misprinted. His name is Shiloh Martinez. Martinez's handheld camcorder was confiscated by police that night as evidence. Police gave him back his video camera last week.
You can – as the municipal law is now written – end up having the Manteca Police respond up to 24 times a year to false alarms at your business or home and not be charged a penny for tying up law enforcement services an average of 18 minutes per response.
Call it the Manteca Medical Emergency Response Department. For the fourth straight year in 2008, the number of medical emergency calls Manteca Fire Department responded to increased while all fire calls remained relatively flat. Fire Chief Chris Haas' final annual report - he retires today – showed the department handled about 12 times as many medical emergencies in 2008 than actual fire calls. Fire calls went from 269 in 2007 to 270 in 2008. Emergency ...
Surfing is the sport retiring Manteca Fire Chief Chris Haas enjoys the most, and a new epoxy board will make it even better off the beaches near Monterey.
A sample of the photos taken by the Bulletin staff that appeared the print edition of the Manteca Bulletin during the week of January 22-28.
By DENNIS WYATT Managing editor of the Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin Bill Perry – the man credited with being the driving force behind the two key decisions that shaped Manteca's economy and growth at the dawn of the 21st century – passed away Wednesday. The former Manteca councilman was the deciding vote that stopped Yellow Freight from building a terminal near Woodward Avenue and Main Street in 1989. He was mayor when he worked behind the ...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A street racer crested a hill at 79 miles per hour then struck and killed a woman and her three young sons as they crossed a Philadelphia boulevard at night, prosecution witnesses testified in court Tuesday.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) - A new, smaller version of NASA's space shuttle is recuperating from a rough first landing.
The fund-raising season is demanding of its champion.
An 11-year-old sixth grader, Janita Ferrando, was successful in her own personal food drive for the Second Harvest Food Bank last weekend at the Li'l Buffs final season game at the Manteca High School stadium.
Robert Iniquez will take the next few months to reflect on his first foray into weight-loss competitions.
A Stockton missing person whose remains were located buried in a Manteca yard May 28 died of homicidal asphyxiation, almost 23 years ago, according to a Stockton Police coroner's report Tuesday evening.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Two 37-year-old men have been charged with attempted possession of heroin with intent to distribute after federal authorities seized more than three pounds of the drug in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough
By VINCE REMBULAT
Charles Andrew Palmer was a teen-ager in high school when his father paid the ultimate sacrifice for his country. Marine Cpl. Charles O. Palmer II was killed in action in Kahlidiyah, Iraq, on May 5, 2007.
LATHROP – When the City of Ripon first opened the Curt Pernice Skate Park almost a decade ago it became a haven for Northern California skateboarders.
A record one-day crowd of 25,000 people made their way through the Dell'Osso Farms pumpkin maze on Saturday cementing the Lathrop attraction as California's No. 1 agri-tourism destination for yet another year.
The Second Harvest Food Bank in Manteca has profited from its competition with other non-profits vying for one of 100 new Toyota vehicles in a recent nation-wide contest based on call-in votes by members of the San Joaquin and Stanislaus County communities.
By ROSE ALBANO RISSO
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A jury has awarded more than $150 million in damages to a 13-year-old girl who watched her family perish in a fiery crash on a Southern California freeway.
BASSETT (AP) - The upper half of a woman's body was found Monday at a Los Angeles County sewage plant and investigators believe her lower half turned up two days earlier at another plant some 30 miles away, authorities said.