Manteca's most visible salute to those who built and served America – presidents, labor, and soldiers – starts its seventh year on Feb. 16.
Cain Lopez – one of the hottest new Latin comics – is heading the upcoming Manteca Chamber of Commerce Comedy Night on Saturday, Feb. 21.
Every child needs a second chance - a second chance to learn. There is a unique educational opportunity in Manteca, Ripon and Lathrop that has kept many students from falling through the cracks - Give Every Child a Chance. A fund raising Bowl-A-Thon is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 28. It's more than just knocking down pins for your team and out bowling the competitors. It's about picking up kids that have lost their way in ...
The lull in the economy is giving established Manteca retail and professional concerns the opportunity to move into prime locations.
By GLENN KAHL Staff reporter for the Manteca (Calif.) Bulletin Doctors Hospital of Manteca is meeting the nursing shortage head on with a cohort of new hires they will be putting through additional classes for the next four months. Ten recently graduating registered nurses were welcomed into the fold Friday afternoon at a special reception at Doctors Hospital's conference center by administrators Mark Lisa and Carmen Silva. The nurses - all hired on full-time - ...
Karen Wells – a leading motivational speaking – will discuss how to recession proof your business and take it from invisible to powerful during the first quarterly Women's Connection luncheon on Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Best Buy is opening Feb. 27. JC Penney's doors open March 6. China Express Food-4-Less has just opened its doors. CVS Drug Store, McDonald's, Valero Gas, and Prime Time Car Wash have all submitted building plans to the City of Manteca for new locations at Union and Lathrop roads. Those five new businesses alone represent a $25 million plus vote of confidence in the future of Manteca's economy. It isn't a point lost on Debby ...
An early Friday morning fire caused $130,000 in damages to a Central Manteca home. Twenty-two firefighters from the City of Manteca, Lathrop Manteca Fire District, and Ripon Fire Department battled the blaze at 410 Orange Court off Alameda Street between Powers Avenue and Fremont Avenue. Firefighters were dispatched at 12:22 a.m. The garage was fully involved when they arrived. The fire burned with such intensity the roof of the garage collapsed prior to firefighters getting ...
RIPON - The Ripon Chamber of Commerce presents the 47th Annual Blossom Festival on February 27, 28 and March 1 at the Mistlin Sports Park 1202 E. River Road.
The San Joaquin County Superior Court is seeking applicants to serve on the 2009-2010 San Joaquin County Civil Grand Jury.
There are more than 2,000 reasons to support the Symphony Comes to Manteca Committee today compared to just 175 – about 275 at the most – in previous years.
If you plan to go to the Department of Motor Vehicles office today in Manteca, or in any other city or town, you won't be able to get in. DMV offices are closed today, and every first and third Friday of the month from then on until June of next year.
ESCALON – Casey Lynn Bauer appears every bit a normal toddler. The 2-year-old daughter of Bryan and Shannon Bauer has a love for music and song, enjoys children television shows featuring the likes of Barney and Elmo, and can recite the alphabets and identify shapes such as circles, squares and triangles. "I think she's extra smart for her age," Bryan said. His daughter was born with a congenital heart defect. She's administered three different pharmaceuticals ...
• HISTORY ERROR: In Monday's front page story on the history of the Manteca Fire Department, it was incorrectly stated that the Palace of Amusement was located "directly across from where Kelley Brothers Brewing Co. is located today." That was another location that showed movies. The Palace of Amusement was located approximately where a parking lot is now located on the south side of Accent Carpets in the 100 block of North Main Street (called ...
What started out as just a gag for Jon Walkup and a few of his buddies has turned into the real deal.
Manteca is flush with wastewater treatment capacity.
Debra Moore recently worked at Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park.
A crosswalk with flashing beacons on each side of the street to alert motorists there may be pedestrians will be installed later this year on Cottage Avenue at Brookdale Way.
Jessica Becker knows what it's like to be there when her daughter wakes up every morning and when she goes to bed every night – relishing in the bundle of joy and energy that 4-year-old Lauren brings to her family.
What could Manteca do with an extra $1.8 million?
Charlie Jayne Crandall Davis was a happy 6-year-old who wore red-framed glasses, loved to dance and refused to be defined by Down's Syndrome.
It cost just under $30,000 in 1924 to build Manteca's original brick two-story city hall that still stands across from the downtown Library Park.
The speed limit on Cottage Avenue is going to go up by a third.
Jack Miller - a coach and teacher lauded for his "pay-it-forward attitude" - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
When the foreclosure crisis leveled the local economy, June Hum knew she was in for a bad trip.
FUN Club Program Inc. has a new location with more room and amenities. But, according to Rev. Quincy McClain, the message remains the same: "Education, education, education," she said on Friday. McClain is the director for FUN – an acronym for Friday Unity Night in the Neighborhood – for the past six years. The previous five were held at her Southside Christian Church at 314 Locust Ave., Manteca. "Every Friday night after the FUN Club, ...
Moffat Boulevard between Austin Road and Woodward Avenue will be widened to four lanes under a $2.6 million plan to secure employment centers in the first phase of the 1,050-acre Austin Road Business Park. Ramps at the Austin Road and Highway 99 interchange would be widened including allowing the southbound off ramp to 99 to have two left turn lanes and a right turn lane. There would also be traffic signals at the off ramps. ...
Robi and Ray Cornelius describe their Del Webb home's back yard as something akin to a two-lane bowling alley. Yet, the garden that they have created in that limited space is nothing close to a "tunnel vision," as Robi Cornelius puts it.
Bonus bucks may start flowing again.
Shelves and stacks of books, some reaching from floor to ceiling, create a labyrinth inside this Main Street store.