The frost isn't on the pumpkins quite yet but already the Sunrise Kiwanis are gearing up for their 25th anniversary of the Manteca Pumpkin Fair Oct. 3-4.
Just how impressive are the Manteca Parks and Recreation swimming instructors?
Outdoor enthusiasts will have a reason to help mark the final Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau's farmers market of the summer on Tuesday.
A crew from Ross F. Carroll Inc. of Oakdale has started work on the $401,355 project to construct a nine-lane synthetic track surface at Sierra High's Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium. None of the money to do the work is coming from Manteca Unified School District's general fund. Instead a combination of grants and donations are being used. The work is expected to be completed by November. The facility at Sierra has served as host to ...
Sabrina Marie Ramos, 27, appeared to have suffered a broken left forearm in a four vehicle rear-end crash in the 100 block of North Fremont on Saturday about 12:30 p.m.
The Manteca Rotary honored its members Thursday at Isadore's restuarant.
Members of the Mantcea Fire Department will be serving dinners at the annual "Tip a Firefighter" event from 5-9 p.m. on Wednesday, August 26 at the Applebee's on Yosemite Avenue. Tips from the event will support the Give Every Child a Chance program.
RIPON - The Ripon Rotary Club has a passion for community and world-wide health. The local service organization recently provided a donation to help the Ripon Community and Youth Commission. The money will be used for goodie bags for the first 500 participants attending the third annual Health Fair on Saturday, Oct. 17, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. as part of Ripon's Main Street Days. The fair will be held in the Ripon Athletic Club's ...
Caltrans will do road sign repair on the Highway 120 Bypass in Manteca on Monday. The right lane and right shoulder of westbound Highway 120 will close from the off-ramp to South Main Street to the Van Ryn Road undercrossing on Monday, Aug. 24, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. Motorists should expect 15 minute delays. Alternate routes should be taken whenever possible. This work is scheduled to begin as listed, but is subject to ...
The annual Manteca Historical Society Summer Barbecue Social, sponsored by the Manteca Historical Society, will be held Sunday, Sept. 27 at Spreckels Park. The afternoon features tri-tip, barbecued turkey, spaghetti, salad, watermelon, French bread and dessert. The cost is $15 per person. Tickets are available at the museum, 600 W. Yosemite Ave., from any board member, ticket chairperson Phyllis Abram, 239-0744 or at German Glas Werks.
Calla 4-H Club enrollment night The Calla 4-H Club will be holding its annual enrollment night on Wednesday, from 6 to 8 p.m., in the New Haven School cafeteria, 14600 S. Austin Road. The annual enrollment fees are $32 for members and $6 for leaders. Returning and prospective members are asked to bring a parent or guardian. The Calla 4-H offers a number of projects, including community service, rabbits, poultry, food & nutrition, ...
60 years ago August 18, 1949 Upon recommendation of Vice Principal B. E. Claypool, the number of semester hours needed for graduation has been increased by the high school board of trustees. Action was taken at a meeting of the board last week. Claypool told the board that a study of senior schedules showed that the class load was too light and that there were not enough solids taken by many seniors. 50 ...
Manteca's Convention & Visitors Bureau was directly responsible for the booking of 1,000 room nights at city hotels for Manteca-based gatherings during April, May, and June.
Manteca's unemployment rate worsened in July after four months of small improvements. Fourteen out of every 100 employable adults are now out of work in Manteca. That translates into 200 more people unemployed in July leaving 28,000 Manteca residents employed. Countywide there was a 16 percent unemployment rate in July. The worst spot to be living and looking for a job is Stockton with a 19.2 percent unemployment rate The California Employment Development Department reported ...
The loss of much of Manteca Unified's home-to-school busing has shifted attention back to the city's ambitious program launched three years ago to address four miles of developed streets that lack sidewalks.
The race is on to raise the funds needed for the installation and dedication of the mural honoring the veterans of World War II.
The holidays are a time for reflection.
Not everyone thinks spending $30,000 for a "high visibility" crosswalk on Woodward Avenue at Buena Vista Drive is a wise move.
Tiffany Garland scanned the phone list and looked for people that she thought might be willing to make donations.
Folks in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop counted their blessings and then shared them with the less fortunate.
The sign on the side of the closet on wheels said it all: "The church has left the building."
The Manteca Senior Center, 275 Cherry Lane, will host the annual Breakfast with Santa youth event on Saturday, Dec. 14, at 9 a.m.
The Women of the Moose will be hosting a Holiday Boutique as a fundraiser on Saturday, Dec. 14, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Manteca Moose Lodge, 1185 N. Main Street.
OAKLAND (AP) - Authorities say a woman jumped from the third level deck of the Oakland Raiders' home stadium, injuring herself and a man who tried to catch her.
The investigation is continuing into the exact cause of a solo accident in which a truck hauling 50 tons of rice straw plunged off the Clavey River Bridge Friday morning. The driver, Tyler Jennings Wilson of Manteca, 26, was killed.
Flames and billowing black smoke that could be seen for several miles resulted from a fire that caused $230,000 in damage to a Manteca home in the 400 block of Chestnut Avenue in north central area Manteca about 1 p.m. Sunday.
Commemorative wine glasses are being provided for the three hour "Taste of Ripon" Wine stroll on Thursday, Dec. 5, courtesy of the McManis Winery as part of the $25 ticket donation to the Ripon Chamber of Commerce.
For the past seven years, the City of Manteca has been required to notify residents that some water delivered by the City was out of compliance with regulatory requirements. The primary cause of the non-compliance was arsenic, a naturally occurring element commonly found in ground water.
It was over two years ago that Neal Plymate ran away from home.
Manteca Unified's Transitional Student Success Program can be a haven for homeless students.