LATHROP – T.J. FIG Inc., a defense contractor company, has moved into the KB Home facility in Lathrop.
Judi Hoagland wasn't nervous when she took the stage in San Antonio at a conference to perform in front of 3,500 people.
The Ballet Folkloric group Las Lupitas performed during the special book bonanza Wednesday at the Manteca Library.
It's an early fall Sunday afternoon as it was meant to be in Manteca.
Surface treated water, the installation of park irrigation wells, and reduced pipeline construction costs could bring about a rarity these days – lower water rates.
The Ripon Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary No. 1051 hosted a luau party on Saturday.
You can end up being king of the road on a customized motorcycle at this year's Night of Kings and Queens.
It's going to be all about Tillie Lewis, "Tomato Queen" of the 20th century, at a Haggin Museum symposium in Stockton set for Oct. 25 with a hosted lunch included – focusing on a woman who went above and beyond in a man's world.
RIPON - Ripon teachers and parents had a lot to celebrate with the release of the STAR test scores that placed all of the public elementary schools above the state's target of 800.
LATHROP – Lathrop is a city in need of a sales agent. Someone who will not only devote his full time to sell the city's potential as a good location for business but, more importantly, to aggressively pursue that goal.
Farming continues to be San Joaquin County's $2 billion baby.
When the City of Lathrop sends representatives to Washington, D.C., as part of an annual lobbying trip they hope to bring back more than dirty clothes in a suitcase.
The 2015 art contest sponsored by the Manteca Garden Club will have 19 Manteca Unified high school students competing for a cash award and the honor of seeing their art work being used for the club's posters and brochures.
The Manteca Children's Foundation is now accepting applications for its scholarships to high school seniors.
Amazon, the world's biggest online retailer, unveiled its state-of-the-art Fulfillment Center in Tracy more than a year after it was launched in 2013 with 1,000 full-time workers.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Year of You begins anew with two participants, Jeanette Balmut and Joshua Messersmith. Each will train with a local gym with dueling styles and philosophies over the next 12 months, and their journeys will play out on the pages of the Manteca Bulletin each week.
Devonte Jenkins has one semester left before he's done at Modesto Junior College and headed off to Southern California to fulfill his lifelong dream of attending film school.
Dorothy Radisich's secret to a youthful look is in her breakfast. Her first meal of the day consists of wheat germ, oatmeal, and flakes.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Year of You begins anew with two participants, Jeanette Balmut and Joshua Messersmith. Each will train with a local gym with dueling styles and philosophies over the next 12 months, and their journeys will play out on the pages of the Manteca Bulletin each week. A story on Messermith will appear in Wednesday's Bulletin.
Manteca's accident numbers since 2009 have increased 4.5 times faster than the population.
The day Pope Francis concluded his three-day visit to the Philippines, the Filipinos in Manteca were playing host to parishioners from more than a dozen parishes in the Diocese of Stockton for the annual celebration of the Feast of Santo Nino.
It's Dorothy Radisich Day at St. Jude Care Center today. The former nurse and Manteca resident is celebrating a major milestone seldom heard of – her 104th birthday.
It's going to cost $15 million to extend Daniels Street and put in place infrastructure essential to turn 187 acres of city-owned wastewater treatment plant land into an economic juggernaut for Manteca built around leisure industries.
Water costs for farmers in the Turlock and Modesto irrigation districts are going up in 2015.
Forget the fancy charts and the complicated graphs - the message was simple.
The Are You Okay team of the Manteca Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police volunteer corps were emotional as they witnessed the planting of a tree in St. Francis Park for a Manteca woman they checked on her condition in her home every day.