Logan Quan believes in the spirit of giving.
The completion of the missing link on Atherton Drive later this year could make it dicey for pedestrians and bicyclists crossing at Wellington Avenue.
Bill Castillo was a U.S. Army machine gunner who refused to give up his post after being wounded by German artillery near the end of World War II.
The San Joaquin Valley Coalition of Reason has launched a "Godless" ad campaign in the area.
Lee Omlin – a man who has lived his entire 73 years on the same farm - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
OKLAHOMA CITY - With all the coaches he's met around the NBA, Oklahoma City's Scott Brooks has no doubt who played the biggest role in molding him into a head coach.
In a sense, Sunday will be relatively normal for Lilly Bethune.
LATHROP - Some may call it a $17 million vote of confidence in the economic future of the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
They work in different areas of law enforcement in San Joaquin County yet were all worthy recipients of the Don I. Asher Memorial Law Day awards.
Corrine Haley strolled slowly down Yosemite Avenue Thursday afternoon, letting her flip-flops glide across the warm pavement.
The marriage of Gilbert and Emelie Diaz is, quite literally, built on harmony.
Thirty-six citations were issued this past weekend in the Woodward Park neighborhood for blocking fire hydrants, partially blocking driveways, and blocking handicapped access points.
Katie Fogg's photograph of a bee gathering pollen in her front-yard garden has won first place in the 2011 California State Fair.
Holly Hoben was nine years old when a series of transient ischemic attacks – episodes with stroke-like symptoms that may be a precursor to a real stroke – landed her in the hospital.
Norm Knodt – whose dedication to community service started in high school – is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
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A gun-toting bandit suspected of sticking up a Manteca Walgreens store in the 1000 block of North Main Street in the predawn hours Monday was ...
There is a surprise twist in Sunday night's murder - it was a possible case of mistaken identity.
Jacob Gomes intends to bring home the bacon from Las Vegas Saturday.
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.
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