The Friends of Manteca Parks & Recreation Foundation and the Manteca Parks & Recreation Department 7th Annual Swing for Youth Golf Tournament took place Friday at the Manteca Golf Course to assist the city in providing youth scholarship funds. The Parks & Recreation Department offer scholarships to families for youth ranging from 5 to 18 years of age. Classes available for scholarship assistance include: swim lessons, all youth sports, toddler art and exploration, toddler creative play, karate, judo, after school child care, youth art, dance, gymnastics and cheerleading classes just to name a few.
RIPON – Stroller Strides, the country's largest fitness program for new moms, is celebrating its first anniversary in the Manteca and Ripon community.
The next hot spot for Manteca housing: Try the southwest corner of the city.
LATHROP – Niko was the K-9 partner of Deputy Ryan Biederman.
Exploding transformers in San Francisco are in part going to drive up your PG&E rates by almost 10 percent over the next three years.
RIPON - Ripon Police officers took to the air early Wednesday morning in the powered parachute they received this week from the U.S. Justice Department – one of only three in the nation.
Those who arrive Saturday before 7 p.m. for the final Movies in the Park screening of the summer will get in free.
Eddie Moya worked hard on Tuesday afternoon to make sure that everything being presented to customers at the De Palma Farms booth located dead-center in the row of professional produce growers that make the Manteca Convention and Visitors Bureau weekly Farmer's Market what it is at the end of the day.
Manteca firefighters – both regulars and reserves – entered a smoke-filled storage facility Tuesday night in the first of a three-night training session.
It is going to cost $68 annually for every man, woman, and child to cover the cost of operating the proposed expansion of the San Joaquin County Jail.
It began with the pursuit of a career auto theft suspect at speeds in excess of 100 miles per hour and ended with a Manteca police dog treeing a wanted passenger in the top of a walnut tree.
It had been years since the last bicycle rodeo was held at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manteca / Lathrop.
They've been matched in competition and their columns appear in print together every Tuesday morning.
Recycling what we send down the drain could go a long way to making Manteca and surrounding farmland drought-proof.
Last year 130 people were arrested for driving under the influence in Lathrop.
Ulta Beauty is coming to Manteca.
There was something magical about the spring luncheon hosted by Sister Ann Venita Britto and her Ministry of Caring.
Several customers of the San Joaquin Irrigation District in southwest Manteca did not receive their water allocations on the first day water was to be delivered for the 2015 season. And it wasn't because of the drought.
For Ramon Rivera, hard work plus a strong work ethic generously sprinkled with white-knuckle determination equals success.
100 years ago
Broken sewer lines. Leaking gas meters. Wall gas heaters ripped from walls. Rooms with no heat. Exposed wiring.
Manteca jeweler Patty Reece and a number of her orchids are part of the Orchid Fest 2015 Orchid Show and Sale this weekend at the Sherwood Mall in Stockton that's being hosted by the San Joaquin Orchid Society.
San Joaquin County health officials are urging residents to take precautions after a bat found in a residential home tested positive for the rabies virus.
Delia Martinez and her husband couldn't afford two gym memberships with their income, so they came up with a solution.
Two heroic motorists put their lives on the line for two strangers when they came upon a burning pickup truck Tuesday afternoon in the northbound lanes of Highway 99 just south of French Camp Road.
Army soldier Bill Castillo. Marine Leland Elliott. Navy WAVE Marie Huarte Esteves. Navy sailor John Machado. Nurse Avis Brewster. Coast Guardsman Jay Scalf. Merchant Marine Woodward Brumley. Army Air Corps Bud Dickman. "Rosie the Riveter" Doris William Knodt.
Neighbors United wants Manteca to stop wasting water by releasing treated wastewater into the San Joaquin River.