RIPON – For the better part of the past two months, the Ripon Police Department's Dispatch Center has been handling service calls for Escalon on a fulltime basis.
Manteca city employees consistently score in the 80 percent range when it comes to response time, effectiveness, and courtesy.
Battle of the Bulge veteran Bill Castillo of Manteca relived the history of World War II with 30 other members of the Armed Services and paid tribute to their comrades who had given their lives in the fighting.
LATHROP – The 24-Hour Relay for Life participants won't have to worry about vacating Lathrop's premier park after the official closure time arrives.
RIPON –Robert Bockhahn did his best to serve his community as a member of the Ripon Parks and Recreation Department.
In keeping with our efforts to maintain a viable online presence, we've just given our website a new look.
The weather was foul but there was nary a frown on McKenna Konesky's fresh-scrubbed face.
RIPON – "National Night Out" is a nationwide campaign created to bring closer neighbors and communities while deterring crime and heightening awareness.
Cindy Candelas, who just graduated from Manteca High, has her eyes set on a career in the arts.
The sound of hammers and earth movers will reach a $27 million-plus crescendo sometime in the next two to four months.
Carlos Gonzales couldn't stop laughing as he dribbled his soccer ball through the grass at Woodward Park.
LATHROP – Most people wouldn't think that home sales in the South County for the last year were very strong.
For the first time in nearly half a century, Frank Vieira stepped inside the old Manteca Winery for the first time on Saturday.
St. Anthony of Padua is the patron saint of lost articles.
How can spending $12.1 million without impacting the general fund save the City of Manteca almost $600,000 a year in personnel and operational costs?
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Chuck and Terri Palmer's mission to supply deployed troops with a little taste of home is expanding.
The Fourth of July 2015 is now in the past.
Councilman Vince Hernandez doesn't want the 120 Bypass to turn into the Manteca equivalent of the Mason-Dixon Line.
Bulletin staff reports
A dramatic predawn armed robbery Sunday shook the nerves of a Manteca pharmacy and drug store staffers in the 1000 block of North Main Street.
A purse belonging to a fire victim was stolen from the lobby of America's Value Inn on East Yosemite Avenue near the El Rancho ...
A safe passage for bicyclists to cross the 120 Bypass may not be included in directions given to a firm the Manteca City Council may ...
Audrey Greene knows just how important a blanket, a bear, and a book can be in a young child's life.
Did you know that Manteca Unified has a department dedicated to preparing students for success in kindergarten?
A Manteca man in his early 20s was killed while standing with a group of friends in front of a residence in the 300 block ...
A long time community leader of 30 years – Charlie Gay – introduced "JustServe.org" to Ripon Rotarians, telling them how they can find volunteers through a ...
Marathon runner Jess Kurti by visiting food banks in all 50 states is hoping to bring attention to the need to help feed the homeless.
The leftovers that don't get eaten from next year's Thanksgiving dinners and the remnants of pizza from Sunday football parties that get tossed ...
Trayana Davis knows all about the benefits of the Manteca/Lathrop Boys and Girls Club.
Andrew Rivera is a fourth-grade student at Ripon Elementary School.
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