Editor's note: This is part of an occasional series on the Manteca Redevelopment Agency.
The Ripon City Council is expected to appoint Kevin Hawes and Brinton McCusker to the Planning Commission at tonight's session.
For the second straight year, Keystone club members were able to make a generous donation to the Manteca Animal Shelter.
The ugliest stretch of sound walls through Manteca - the patchwork series of six-foot walls along the west side of Highway 99 between Lathrop Road and Yosemite Avenue - are being replaced.
Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon should find out this spring if PG&E or the South San Joaquin Irrigation District will be their retail electrical provider in 2012.
Scott "Q" Marcus made a life-changing decision on his 39th birthday in 1993.
LATHROP – Once upon a time, there was a Lathrop Corner Café. Patricia Terry Richichi remembers it well, and so does Frank Mendes. Longtime Lathrop residents Bennie and Joyce Gatto also have a lot of memories of the building complex that housed a restaurant, a store, and a bar that was also a dance hall at least once a week.
Ted Poulos has dedicated nearly 60 years of his life to helping make sure emergency medical care in Manteca-Lathrop is just a phone call away.
The magic of Disney's customer service is coming to Manteca.
LATHROP – The valley's sizzling summer temperature was not the only thing heating up the city in July of 2010. The sweltering weather had some serious competition coming from the election campaigns on all government levels – and Lathrop was no exception.
LATHROP – The annual Police Citizens' Academy offered by the Lathrop Police Services will start this Wednesday and run through March 2.
As many as 1,000 athletes are expected to descend on Manteca for the 2011 Senior Games taking place May 14-21.
It was as impressive to the Manteca community in 1916 as when Target opened a few years ago.
Adriana Gianturcco – the ironfisted transportation director of the first Jerry Brown administration – was against it.
Two teens were struck with bullets in a drive-by shooting Friday shortly after 2 p.m. near the heart of downtown.
Eldon Regua is a new Manteca resident.
The numbers are staggering.
Each year, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manteca / Lathrop in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies hosts a Crime Scene Investigation camp for interested youngsters.
Manteca Unified School District first term trustees Ashley Drain, 26, and Alexander Bronson, 22, appeared in Superior Court Thursday afternoon before Judge Franklin Stephenson on charges of election fraud and perjury.
A multi-vehicle rear end collision on eastbound 120 Bypass at the Main Street interchange at 7:45 a.m. Thursday took the life of a 25-year-old San Ramon woman and injured three other motorists including one with major injuries.
Measure K sales tax and gas tax receipts will cover the $2 million cost of pavement maintenance for 27 miles of city streets this year.
Eduardo Villagomez is proud to have been able to put away plenty of bad guys during his career with the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department.
Doctors Hospital of Manteca was honored with an "A" grade in the Spring 2015 Hospital Safety Score, which rates how well hospitals protect patients from errors, injuries and infections.
A chain reaction collision on the Highway 120 Bypass at Main Street killed one woman motorist and injured two others – one major and one minor -- Thursday morning at about 7:45, according to a CHP spokesman.
Manteca is showing its true colors.
Single working moms and the elderly on extremely limited incomes are among the benefactors of the latest endeavor of the Manteca-based Second Harvest Food Bank - a mobile farmers market.
Ed Fonseca is stepping up to cover the interest on a $50,000 loan the City of Manteca is making to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1051 to help furnish the new Manteca Veterans Center now under construction on Moffat Boulevard.
Bianca Jacklich - an immigrant who came to America to build a better life and shared her good fortune by helping the communities she lived in - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
On the heels of their most recent police tactical competition at the CHP Academy in Sacramento, the Manteca Police Explorer Unit is planning a drive-thru Mexican dinner on Wednesday, May 20, to help support their upcoming training and competitive meets.
Minutes after arguing a tax proposed by municipal staff on new homes to pay for police and fire was unfair, the Manteca City Council added a $2,500 per home charge to give elected leaders money to spend as they please.