"A Calvary Christmas" – an original Christmas musical – is being staged tonight at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. at Calvary Community Church, 815 W. Lathrop Road.
A Manteca woman and her two sons were injured Friday at about 5:30 p.m. when their car collided in a grinding head-on collision with a Chevy Silverado pickup truck, according to CHP officers.
The Manteca Target Store will see many off-duty Manteca police officers and their family members Christmas shopping the aisles this morning for youngsters who might otherwise go without.
It's all for 11-year-old Erika Decena – a blood drive on Sunday.
Call it the "Miracle on the 120 Bypass."
McKinley Avenue is being envisioned as Manteca's first expressway.
Jolynda Lyon wants to put Christ back into Christmas.
The holiday spirit kicks into high gear this weekend in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop.
The Main Street Café and friends of Victoria Martin are hosting a drive-thru dinner Tuesday, Dec. 15, from 5 to 7 p.m. in support of the entire Martin family and Victoria's five year fight with cancer.
Name: Allissa Morrow, age 12
I would like to make a correction on a mistake I made. I wrote a letter that appeared in the Tuesday, Dec. 8, edition of the Manteca Bulletin. I misspelled Patrick Danipour (Danapour) and Bill Walmer (Wilmer) last names. I put the letter "A" where the letter "I" goes and the letter I where the letter "A" goes.
Corwin Snyder watched with youthful anticipation as the train his grandfather constructed worked its way around the Mercedes Avenue yard.
Over a thousand property owners southwest of Manteca – including a number within the city limits – will find it difficult to build structures of any consequence on their land starting in 2015.
San Joaquin County Sheriff's Deputy Dean Thayer was in the right spot at the right time Wednesday when he saw smoke coming from a residence in the 400 block of Pine Street and radioed into his dispatcher while en route to another call.
The blockbuster movie, "Where the Wild Things Are," tells about a mythical place.
With the days dwindling down, Nicole Arteaga and Anis Guedoir are preparing for their one last task at Sierra High.
Leo Bennett-Cauchon is a Boy Scout.
Future soccer tournaments at Woodward Park could require the hosting organizations to hire an off-duty Manteca Police officer to write parking tickets in the surrounding neighborhoods.
The Lathrop man who was imprisoned in India for two months has been released and is back home with his family.
She's ranked fourth in her class at Ripon Christian High with a grade point average of 4.135.
A Vietnam-era Huey helicopter is landing at Woodward Park on Thursday at 4:30 p.m. a half hour before the opening ceremony of what promises to be the biggest Memorial Weekend Commemoration yet.
It's the $2 million question: Now that a three-year maintenance contract has expired for landscaping planted along the 120 Bypass and Highway 99 corridor will it survive the drought?
Manteca's Dr. Amarjit Dhaliwal has been recognized by the Stanislaus Medical Society as its oncology Doctor of the Year after 24 years of "compassionate care" in that county.
Two "study buddies" that have kept pace with each other all year have earned the honors of being East Union High School's valedictorian and salutatorian for their upcoming graduation ceremonies.
Ripon High will offer several new classes for the fall.
The 27th Annual Appreciation Dinner for senior center volunteers hosted by the Manteca City Council and the city's Parks and Recreation Department was conducted last week at the Manteca Senior Center.
Manteca's Police force will add a police officer, a community service officer, a booking officer and an administrative assistant under the proposed $33 million municipal general fund budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
The American Veterans Traveling Tribute - including an 80% replica of the Vietnam Wall, World War II Tribute Collection, Korea Tribute Collection, 9/11 Tribute, Police & Fire Tribute Panels, and Fort Hood Tribute Panel - will be arriving in the Manteca on Wednesday, May 20.
Manteca Police have seen it all.
Lathrop Councilman Paul Akinjo didn't want to overstep his bounds and become a makeshift lobbyist without the blessing of City Manager Steve Salvatore or City Attorney Sal Navarrete.