Manteca is operating today with 28 percent less sworn police officers than three years ago.
Unemployment hit a post-World War II high in Manteca in July as another 224 people thrown out of work pushed the jobless rate to 15.2 percent.
Wet sludge – the solid byproduct of treating the 9.87 millions of gallons of wastewater Manteca generates each day – can cost as much as $200,000 a year to bury in a landfill.
Another section of Manteca's planned 20.7 miles of separated bicycle paths was put in place this week.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop is just the latest in a series of bold investments by a firm that traces its roots back to 1854 in England when it got its start managing and owning the famous Tea Clippers.
Janet Powell McKee hopes that her new book – entitled "Counseling Letters to God: A Psychological Paraphrase of Psalms" – will help make a difference in the lives of those who read it.
Seven new members are joining the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission.
RIPON - A corps of Ripon volunteers is stepping up to the plate to knock down weeds that the reduced numbers of city workers have not had time to touch.
Theresa Daniels and her husband, Rodney, are missing being a part of Sierra High.
One of the two missing gaps on Atherton Drive will break ground this fall.
Manteca is on pace to again lead the Northern San Joaquin Valley in housing starts.
The 2010 Manteca Idol season is officially underway.
RIPON - The City of Ripon got on board Tuesday night with a state mandated Assembly Bill 2572 ruling that water meters be installed on all residential properties in the community.
Manteca's elected leaders have created an on-street handicapped parking space in front of 221 N. Poplar Ave. to accommodate a resident who does not have a driveway.
A regional government consortium consisting of 16 of the San Joaquin Valley's largest cities from Stockton to Bakersfield is trying to devise a collective approach to "sustainable growth."
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Growth is coming to Ripon Unified.
For some unexplainable reason, Joe Waller can usually expect the same verdict for his annual mock trial.
As we go about our daily lives it is easy to forget we are secure today after more than 7,000 American soldiers gave their ...
Mike Mallory - who has forged a team approach to transform Second Harvest Food Bank into a major player in the battle against hunger throughout the ...
Editor's note: This story ran Wednesday on the front page of the Bulletin with the wrong photo.
Editor's note: This story appeared 10 years ago when East Union marked its 40th anniversary.
A Circle of Honor centered around a metal sculpture of a knight armed with a lance atop a pedestal ready to do battle is proposed ...
Mikey Elder and Haighley Hunter had spent their previous years at Nile Garden Elementary School as casual observers of the Medieval Faire.
Michele Franklin is a relatively young woman, a quadriplegic who uses her eyes to control her computer and communicate, saying she has learned so much ...
It's not smart to drink and crash into the rear of an unmarked Manteca Police detective unit.
Graduation season officially kicked off Friday with the Manteca Adult School holding its special occasion at the Manteca Unified district office.
Manteca Unified has a new deputy superintendent
Doctors Hospital hosted a noontime barbecue for its staffers marking National Hospital Week welcoming doctors, nurses, nurses' aides, support staff, administrators and even police and ...
Having his first book published last year was an exciting accomplishment for Manteca author John Rallios but when he learned recently that his book "The ...
A contract for infrastructure that could set the stage for recycled wastewater use in Manteca as well as open up nearly 120 acres for a ...
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