Four retired U.S. Army warrant officers did their part in packing Susie Beeler's treats for troops stationed overseas recently as did members of the Manteca Federated Women's Club and the Camellia Gardens Women's Bible Study group.
RIPON - Jimmy Burgess continues to draw customers new and old into her Ripon bakery location with her pastry creations and her infectious smile. It's all about doing what's right for her customers, she said, as she added an adjoining store front for a cake shop.
Manteca could grow by 88 acres on Friday.
LATHROP – Between now and October, Lathrop will be inundated by information about the city's newest nonprofit group – the Friends of the Lathrop Library.
RIPON - Ed Bynum – retired Ripon Fire Chief – was memorialized Friday morning inside the fire engine bays of the headquarters station on Stockton Avenue.
Change is coming at the Three Rivers Indian Lodge in Manteca.
It was two Manteca public safety chiefs who made themselves available to the public over breakfast Saturday morning at Perko's Restaurant in the shadow of the Highway 99 and Yosemite Avenue intersection.
If you want to hold a sign at the corner of Main Street and Mission Ridge Drive announcing to the world you will work for food, you aren't probably going to get a permit from Manteca's police chief to do so.
Manteca Police have taken a zero tolerance stance when it comes to those hanging out at Library Park.
Eric Christensen is collecting gently used cellular phones and car chargers for emergency situations.
There are still tickets available for this evening's dinner fund-raiser at the Kelley Brothers Brickyard Oven benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Yosemite Avenue between Sherman Avenue and Fremont Street will be closed to traffic on Monday, July 12, starting at 8 p.m. through Tuesday, July 13, ending at 6 a.m. This closure is needed to install a water line being constructed by D.A. Wood Construction. The city-funded project involves installing a 12-inch water main line in Garfield Avenue from Fir Street to Moffat Boulevard.
Floating a proposal to build a water park in the middle of a recession is an idea you'd expect to sink faster than the price of homes after the housing bubble burst.
The woeful lack of new blood and young members are threatening the demise of many organizations.
With bull horns in hand, Service Employees International, United Health Care Union organizers led a picket line in continuous chants outside the Palm Haven Care Center Thursday afternoon demanding better staffing and increased pay for workers.
The final Manteca Bulletin golden pumpkin worth $100 is being hidden on Wednesday.
A special mental illness forum is set for Doctors Hospital of Manteca Wednesday from 6 until 7:30 p.m. in the Conference Center on the North Street campus.
Pity the folks within several blocks of Sierra High trying to have a nice quiet Friday evening watching the World Series on television.
Lathrop's newest house of worship, which is holding a grand opening Sunday, Nov. 2, at 11 a.m., is called Thrive Church for a reason.
The loss of farmland to build employment centers, retail and housing as part of the Austin Road Business Park could cost developers as much as $15.2 million.
Fire in a mobile home Sunday morning at the El Rancho Mobile Home Park, Space 38, in the 1800 block of East Yosemite Avenue resulted in a $70,000 loss to the structure and $35,000 to its contents, according to Manteca Fire Battalion Chief David Marques.
Live and silent auctions were part of the well-attended roast for retiring Mayor Willie Weatherford Thursday night at the Manteca Senior Center netting some $13,000 for the building fund for a new VFW hall that will be built on Moffat Boulevard.
The tallest "pine tree" in Manteca is going to be "planted" along Button Avenue.
Manteca mayoral candidate Ben Cantu started hitting the campaign trail a year ago. That may be too early to some but, as it turns out, he is right on the vote.
• The Banta Inn – The building stands alone – tucked along a set of railroad tracks in a desolate area outside of Tracy. And the story of how it came to be, and its subsequent history, makes this rural destination popular with weekenders traveling through the Central Valley an interesting – if not unnerving – stop. It was originally built by Frank Gallegos, an alleged member of Joaquin Murrieta's band of outlaws – a group that migrated from Mexico to California's Central Valley during the Gold Rush, attacking wagon trains and allegedly killing upwards of 40 people. The man believed to be Murrieta ...
Every day is Halloween for San Joaquin Valley Paranormal Research.
Editor's note: This story first ran on Feb. 9, 2010 in the Manteca Bulletin
Few things were off-limits to the capacity crowd that gathered Thursday night at the Manteca Senior Center to usher Willie Weatherford off into a peaceful retirement after serving 12 years as mayor.
There's more road work on the way for Manteca motorists to contend with.
It's hard enough being a senior in high school, getting ready not only for graduation with all the academic requirements but for college entrance as well.