Manteca reached a milestone once thought unattainable this week for the second time in two years – 1,000 existing homes sold in less than 10 months.
Get ready for three days of harvest festival and Halloween fun on today, Friday, and Saturday.
You could see them rolling down Atherton Drive.
Singing has always come naturally for 24-year-old Shellie Hoyt.
Here is an opportunity to order turkeys for your Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner and help not just one but two philanthropic causes at the same time.
Manteca student Joseph Giobatta Ratto received the American FFA Degree at the 82nd National FFA Convention in Indianapolis on Saturday, Oct. 24.
It was an unexpected call for service.
Jon Walkup sees just about everything through the perspective of his viewfinder.
LATHROP – Local skateboarders aren't going to have to venture very far to enjoy a little competition.
Traffic along the western portion of the Highway 120 Bypass looked surreal all day Tuesday as strong gusty winds kicked up tons of dust from nearby arid fields, enshrouding vehicles that looked like ghostly moving figures.
Curt Collins has a confession to make to his wife.
Members of the Manteca Senior Center Advisory committee are set to pay tribute to veterans from the community at a special gathering of former service men and women at the Manteca Senior Center Thursday at 4 p.m.
The weak economy is both a blessing and a curse for the Boys & Girls Club of Manteca/Lathrop.
"Fight Hunger, Spark Change" is the theme of the current online voting contest that could give the San Joaquin and Stanislaus Counties Food Bank in Manteca a $60,000 prize courtesy of Walmart.
Manteca is rallying to help 19-year-old Jose Maltez.
It rained 0.51 inches in Manteca on Thursday.
With the weather back to a warm 79 degrees today following Thursday's showers that brought 0.51 inches of rain, the almond harvest goes back into full swing with some farmers busy spreading the soaked nuts in windrows on the ground to speed up the drying process.
STOCKTON – Being linked to school board hopefuls with serious ethical questions might not be the worst thing for Sam Fant.
Most of the Ripon High sophomores have cleared one major hurdle towards graduation.
Your garbage might just be going to power your home.
The Manteca Women of the Moose is looking for crafters for its outdoor craft boutique to be held Saturday, Oct. 18, at the Moose Lodge, 1185 North Main St. in Manteca.
Award-winning Manteca artist, Jean Ramey, is stating an encore number in Stockton-San Joaquin County Public Library's annual reading program, One Book, One San Joaquin.
MODESTO – Modesto Junior College Agriculture and Environmental Science Division will host the annual MJC Truck and Tractor Pull on Saturday, Oct. 11, in the Agriculture Center for Education Pavilion located on the MJC West Campus at 2201 Blue Gum Avenue in Modesto.
The Manteca Police Department SHARP's volunteer unit is holding a charity fundraiser garage sale today, Saturday and Sunday at 413 Parkwood Drive from 9 to 4 p.m. each day.
Delta College nursing students are learning hospital procedures at Doctors Hospital of Manteca as they work the floor under their instructor Melissa Black and observe active procedures with registered nurses and patients.
Government doesn't - and shouldn't - have all the answers.
Someone dumps a pile of garbage in front of your property. It is strewn all over the place. The perpetrator is unknown. So what do you do?
It might not be the most unique approach at making a stand.