The first of three community workshops regarding the proposed expansion of the Manteca Redevelopment Agency Wednesday was met by a standing room-only crowd of affected property owners.
TRACY – Lathrop Mayor Joseph "Chaka" Santos doesn't have to worry about walking too close to the house of one of his neighbors anymore.
n the time it took to play the tune 'Footloose' by Kenny Loggins, Chef Eric Dela Cruz had successfully filleted a large steelhead salmon.
Manteca High's annual Academic Boosters Evening with the Arts fund-raiser will be held Wednesday, April 6, on the school's Quad.
The teen room at the Manteca Boys & Girls Club has a fresh coat of blue paint courtesy of volunteers from the Manteca Old Navy store.
It will soon be easier for a visitor to find a loved one's resting place at the pioneer East Union Cemetery in Manteca.
Two armor-clad warriors step into the circle hoisting their heavy steel swords above their waist as they move clockwise and focus on their opponent.
Mayor Willie Weatherford believes downtown - however it is defined - is at a crossroads.
It's a fashion show like no other.
Marine Colonel Adrian W. Burke is tentatively scheduled to serve as the grand marshal for the Manteca Memorial Day parade on May 30.
The Manteca area members of the National Association of Letter Carriers are sponsoring the Muscular Dystrophy Association rib dinner Saturday, April 2, at the MRPS Hall.
The 10th panel of the Traveling Tribute honoring 6,000 Americans who have fallen in the Global War on Terror will be dedicated on May 29 in ceremonies at Woodward Park in honor of the first Coast Guard member killed in combat since the Vietnam War.
Cancer survivors - and those who care for them - were honored during a celebration of life event conducted Saturday at The Commons at Union Ranch by the Manteca Relay for Life committee.
The Community Emergency Response team is helping stage a safety fair as part of this weekend's 15th annual Crossroads of California Street Fair in downtown Manteca.
Editor's note: The following was part of a series that appeared in the Manteca Bulletin that Evelyn Prouty incorporated into her book "Manteca: Selected Chapters from its History."
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Maybe it's the summer heat.
The days of Manteca landing big fish using redevelopment money are winding down.
Sometimes having a hot time isn't cool at all.
Lance Morrow served as principal at Ripon High for the past eight years.
Starting at high noon today it will be legal to use safe and sane for 156 consecutive hours in Manteca to midnight on Monday.
Marlene Champlin, better known as "The Squash Lady," has spent the past 18 years perfecting recipes for Perry & Sons, a long-time family owned and run ...
Want better communication with Manteca City Hall?
One of the three remaining undeveloped parcels in the 360-acre Spreckels Park project may soon have a 285,215-square-foot building for industrial uses.
Some 107 years after South County residents embraced the then bold move to form the South San Joaquin Irrigation District, secure what are now senior ...
Bill Cabral - a man who parlayed a trust in people, an outgoing personality, and a work ethic second to none to found Cabral Motors in ...
Is it really in the public's best interest to have police dispatch calls unencrypted so anybody can hear them?
The Ripon Unified school board will meet Monday in part to pass the proposed budget for the 2016-17 school year.
A Night of Hope is coming to Manteca.
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