Elizabeth Nicole Simas is a shining example of the influence teachers wield on the young minds that they are charged to mold.
Lathrop-Manteca Fire District leaders will know exactly how two votes are being cast in the parcel tax election two days prior to the official count.
LATHROP - The annual State-of-Lathrop talk and breakfast takes place Tuesday at 9 a.m. in the Lathrop High cafeteria.
Could narrowing Woodward Avenue from four lanes to two near its namesake park serve as the possible solution to deter speeding motorists and alleviate the neighborhood parking problem?
A total $21,000 in college scholarships were presented to 11 medical students this week from the Doctors Hospital of Manteca Auxiliary's gift shop earnings.
RIPON – Ron Douma loved the year that he spent as the president of the Ripon Chamber of Commerce.
TWAIN HARTE - The 34th annual Twain Harte Summer Arts and Wine Festival July 23 and 24 promises to be a colorful, creative, food- and fun-filled extravaganza for all ages.
Meet Matt Hagan of the National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) at Manteca Bass Pro Shops on Thursday, July 28, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Retired Neil Hafley Elementary School principal Joe Wickham has been rescued clinging onto the back of his partially submerged 20-foot fishing boat in Lake Don Pedro...Read Full Story in tomorrow's Bulletin.
Woodward Avenue near its namesake park has generated a lot of neighborhood complaints.
Amy Conklin, 36, immigrated to California nine years ago from her native Bangkok, Thailand, determined she would get her education and become a nurse.
Lathrop resident and property owner Tony Martin is voting yes on the proposed special assessment for Lathrop-Manteca Fire District.
LATHROP – Firefighters are taking on the police in a game of basketball following Saturday's third annual Lathrop BBQ competition.
The first of its kind Central Valley Police Explorer Competition set for this weekend at Sierra High School is being hosted by Manteca, Ripon, Tracy, and Modesto police departments.
A car show, kid-oriented activities, and dozens of vendors are just a few of the many attractions that will be featured in a "community social and rummage sale" on Saturday, July 16.
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Throughout the year, the Ripon Police Department has made use of its motorcycle units, from training to funeral escorts, parades and other civic events.
Two seniors from East Union High School were awarded with Close Up Foundation Full Tuition Award, also referred to as the Washington, D.C., Scholarship.
Bass Pro Shops opening in October 2008 was seen as a watershed event for the Manteca economy.
Manteca's pent-up apartment demand may get some relief in 2017.
Monday just shortly before sunset was perfect Hanukkah weather.
A midnight robber who demanded cash from a clerk at the Chevron gas station convenience store shortly before 1 a.m. Monday in the 1200 ...
The City of Ripon is hoping to qualify for a pair of projects via the Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Program.
The purpose of Point Break is to better the behaviors, values and attitudes of students on campus and in their communities. To help celebrate and ...
The rent squeeze continues.
Molly Mitchell is paying $100 more a month for her apartment than she did at this time last year.
Manteca is using the pending increase in minimum wage on Sunday to strengthen retention of part-time Parks & Recreation employees.
November might have been the first month where most people stopped watering their lawn – even before California's drought reworked the way that most of ...
Due to Christmas falling on Sunday, garbage and yard waste collection in the City of Manteca takes place a day later this week.
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