Friday, Sept. 11 8:57 a.m., Medical emergency, 700 Orchard Way 9:03 a.m., Medical emergency, 400 E. Edison St. 10:22 a.m., Medical emergency, 1800 E. Yosemite Ave. 10:34 a.m., Medical emergency, 900 Tokay Pl. 10:44 a.m., Medical emergency, 2400 Bellchase Dr. 1:37 p.m., Medical emergency, 700 N. Main St. 2:26 p.m., Medical emergency, 600 Santa Rosa St. 3:37 p.m., Medical emergency, 200 S. Powers Ave. 3:43 p.m., Medical emergency, 1000 Winters Dr. 4:14 p.m., Medical ...
The Bank of Stockton hosted Saturday's "Break the Bank" Texas Hold 'Em Tournament benefitting the Manteca/Lathrop Boys & Girls Club.
There were 130 golfers on hand Friday to support the Agape Villages Foster Family Agency during the "Fairways Fore Foster Kids" tournament at the Manteca Golf Course.
Modesto Irrigation District opted to forgo a planned 16 percent rate increase on Sept. 1 for its retail power customers.
There should be no physical walls to a church. That simple philosophy gave birth to Crossroads Grace Community Church's 2nd Saturday community outreach. Hundreds of church members – along with community volunteers who elect to help – set aside the second Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. to noon to do everything from helping the elderly with small home maintenance projects to gleaning fruit to help feed the needy. On Saturday, three groups of ...
Not everyone was happy to see Manteca Police Chief Dave Bricker at breakfast Saturday. "I wouldn't give you 25 cents for any cop on the street," one crusty, irate citizen at Perko's Restaurant told Manteca Police Chief David Bricker. Bricker was conducting his third casual "Breakfast with the Chief" outing Saturday morning at Perko's to give Mantecans a chance to be candid with him and allow him to help them if possible. Bricker spent two ...
You can end up being king of the road on a customized motorcycle at this year's Night of Kings and Queens.
90 years ago September 12, 1919 At last, Manteca is thoroughly aroused over the County Fair and no doubt the Manteca district will be represented with a splendid exhibit. At the Board of Trade meeting Tuesday night a mass meeting was called for Wednesday night to start the movement here. This committee was headed by Ray C. Fairall, C. L. Hughes, Maro Litchfield and M. B. Hooper. 80 years ago September 12, 1929 ...
LATHROP - The Lathrop Police Services Citizen's Academy is just around the corner.
Big League Dreams is scoring another hit for Manteca. This time it is up to 400 future jobs for a South County satellite center for San Joaquin County. The Manteca City Council has a deal before them Tuesday that enters the city onto an option agreement with San Joaquin County for the purchase of 10 acres on the northeast corner of Milo Candini Drive and Daniels Street for the office complex. It could include satellite ...
Villa Ticino is Manteca's little Switzerland. It's a neighborhood where you'll find names such as Geneva Way, Matterhorn Street and Zurich Drive. The homes built by Frontiers even had a whimsical Swiss touch for the American-style development with lots bigger than 6,000 square feet and homes bigger than a baron's castle in the heart of European neutrality. Across town at the French Collection - a stylish subdivision that gives one the impression of the French ...
LATHROP - If you happen around noon today to see a group of people walking from the Sheriff's Office in French Camp headed to the Police Station at Seventh Street in Lathrop, look at their feet.
Residents volunteered to be a part of the Manteca Chamber of Commerce's Flags Over Manteca effort to mark the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001.
An old-fashioned tri-tip and turkey barbecue social is in its 17th year benefitting the Manteca Historical Society and Museum.
Pastor Mike Dillman, after the September 11 tragedy brought down the World Trade Center towers in New York City, had to do something to thank those who go out of their way to protect us.
The Great Valley Bookfest is bringing everything from nearly four dozen authors to gourmet food trucks to Manteca's Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley along the 120 Bypass on Saturday, Oct. 19, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The loss of farmland to build employment centers, retail and housing as part of the Austin Road Business Park could cost developers as much as $13.8 million.
LATHROP – The scene just didn't look right to Lathrop Police Services' deputy Jeff Watson.
The side of the historic Oddfellows building in the heart of downtown Manteca for years listed the names of the 954 Manteca area residents who served in World War II.
There is Helen and there is Grace – the iconic women of the CrossFit culture.
Manteca businessman Phil Waterford continues to help with the recovery of the seriously injured Lincoln Elementary School sixth grader who was airlifted to the U.C. Davis Medical Center in Sacramento several weeks ago.
The father-son team of Matthew and Michael Cassidy found the first golden pumpkin worth $100 in the Manteca Bulletin's Great Pumpkin Hunt.
Since 2008, Manteca Unified School District has been in partnership with Lodi Support Our Troops in their annual Holiday Cheer Box Drive.
It may be called Pumpkin Fair. But judging by the human traffic that paraded Saturday Sunday around the Pumpkin Fair grounds in downtown Manteca, Family Fair may be an apt moniker for this popular annual event.
By JASON CAMPBELL
The best shot at saving the most prime farmland from development over the next 27 years in San Joaquin County is the creation of high density clusters of jobs, services and housing.
LATHROP – If you're a Lathrop resident you know what the city logo looks like.
It's going to be a "red carpet" treatment for elementary school scholars thanking them for their successes in school from the third through the eighth grade.