They were married in April of 1984. But soon after they reached a significant milestone in their marriage, their 25th wedding anniversary, Ramon and Angela Chu's union as husband and wife came to an end.
LATHROP – Need gas? Need God? Thanks to Lathrop Pastor Willie Anderson Jr., you'll be able to get both on Sunday at his recently expanded Image Changers Church as part of a program he hopes will offer those in the community that need a little bit of help the hand that they need. The first 100 people that show up for services Sunday at 9 a.m. will be given a $10 voucher redeemable at AM/PM ...
Three engine companies – Lathrop-Manteca, Manteca City and Ripon Consolidated Fire District joined forces in combating an early 4:07 a.m. morning house fire Thursday on South Manteca Road.
LATHROP – Pastor Willie Anderson Jr. had a vision. He saw a grand church complex where people could come on Sundays in droves and never have to worry about whether they had a place to sit. He saw a place where childcare could be provided for not only the churchgoers during scheduled events, but the community as a whole. He saw an independent business located within the same complex that would help offset the costs ...
A sign at the entrance to Manteca Tailoring on Maple Street has been baffling several people including some customers in a panic.
Give a man a tomato and he can spruce up a salad. Teach him how to garden and he can make salsa and spaghetti sauce and ship the rest of it off to a local farmer's market where people can enjoy the fruits of his labor. Wednesday afternoon dozens of consumers from Valley CAPS spent their afternoon planting tomato and pepper plants to augment the corn and carrots and other edible fruits and vegetables that ...
Drivers beware – police are out to snare drunk drivers Friday night at a DUI checkpoint.
Greg Leland - whose dedication to young people has spanned 27 years - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
Nearly life-long Manteca resident Gilbert Simoni is celebrating his 100th birthday today from noon to 1:30 p.m. at The Commons at Union Ranch.
Editor's note: First of two parts. In Friday's Bulletin the transgender spouse and non-transgender spouse share their thoughts.
Jim Anderson turned toward "Fingers" on the keyboard and let his legs shake, dipping his left knee as the music reached a crescendo.
The request by South San Joaquin Irrigation District to take over a chunk of the PG&E service territory isn't the first rodeo for the San Joaquin County Local Agency Formation Commission.
LATHROP – The war wounds that Al Alexander suffered during the 13 months that he spent in Korea still plague him to this day.
Tuesday morning was not about softball. Sure, there were beers being poured, pitches being tossed and grown men scampering around the bases. Muscling up to get the ball over the fence remained a universal sign of strength. Bragging rights, said Manteca Fire Department tournament director Steve Borrows, were in full effect. But on the back table near where the first base line started at Tiger Stadium, a handful of posted flyers were on display that ...
Chef Jose Morales knows how to pick a menu. Mango chicken. Maple chipotle salmon. Dr. Pepper braised brisket. As the Head Chef at Manteca's Merrill Gardens Retirement Community, he gets plenty of practice coming up with new and exciting things that he believes the residents will enjoy – whether it's a new twist on something as easy as a salad or something as flashy as a New England lobster. So when he got the chance ...
A handful of kids are going to get a chance to think out of the box when it comes to perceptions about the homeless.
Federal authorities are intentionally flooding low land along the Stanislaus River in a test to see whether it will help increase the chances of salmon fingerlings making it to the Delta.
Your federal tax dollars funneled through the City of Manteca are paying Charlie Halyer $178.08 an hour and his fellow worker $144.88 an hour. The two are resident engineers. But they aren't being paid that rate to make sure a freeway bridge is built safely. Instead the Caltrop employees are being paid to make sure trees and shrubs planted along the 120 Bypass corridor and part of Highway 99 get enough water. "It's ridiculous," said ...
Efren Juarez had a good thing going with his business that hosted poster tournaments for non-profit organizations.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District had $44.1 million in unrestricted cash and investments at the end of 2012.
LATHROP – Bicycle safety is no laughing matter.
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Odds are you've never met Albert Garcia.
LATHROP – Steven Gascon doesn't mind the fact that the City of Lathrop shelled out $4,000 to rent the space in the Target parking lot for a weekend carnival.
"Manteca: A hidden gem to live, work and play."
WATERFORD – Rebekah DelSanto did what she had to do in the best interest of her daughter.
Highway 99 traffic was backed up for nearly nine hours Thursday from a big rig that rolled on its side blocking all northbound lanes shortly before 7 a.m.
It is seen as a "Miracle on Judith Court" Tuesday afternoon that is responsible for two brothers, 6, and 2, being rescued by a neighbor who jumped into her pool to save the youngsters she said appeared lifeless, floating on the top of the water.