The distinct talents of two Manteca performers – one relatively new to the music scene and another that has built up a following who her piano-driven vocals – will be showcased tonight at Modesto's J Street Café.
Daisy Scott has been playing bridge for more than six decades.
Charges of murder and rape with a foreign object of 8-year-old Tracy resident Sandra Cantu, devastated not only the woman defendant but also the families, friends and neighbors in a Stockton courtroom Tuesday afternoon.
Today's mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures will be tempered by wind gusts of up to 21 miles per hour through the evening, according to the National Weather Service.
H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt and Liberty are among the area's big three income-tax filing services.
The San Joaquin County Alternative Work Program (AWP) has brought a group of painters to Manteca on Saturdays to remove gang graffiti from fences, walls and buildings in the community.
The City of Manteca is offering free shredding of personal documents as well as a free e-waste collection on Saturday, April 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 210 E. Wetmore just a block east of the traffic signals at South Main Street.
Jennifer Gowans will take her oath-of-office close to the high-noon hour as the new Manteca Postmaster on Friday, April 17, 12:30 p.m., at the Manteca Post Office, 165 North Maple Street.
On Tuesday, April 14, the Bulletin incorrectly stated in a story about the previous night's Ripon Unified School Board meeting that six students from Weston Elementary School were not transferred during the previous school year. According to district officials, the students were in fact transferred from Weston – the only school in the district where the numbers dictated the transfer – and those who wanted to return were the given chance before the start of the current school year.
LATHROP - Fired Lathrop chief building official Matt Browne has won a sweeping victory in his two-year wrongful-termination battle against the city.
It's a $150 million investment backers say will relieve traffic congestion, take trucks off the crowded Altamont Pass corridor, reduce air pollution, strengthen the San Joaquin County economy, and ease the need for more freeway construction.
RIPON – As many as 122 Ripon Unified students between fourth and seventh grades might end up finding themselves at another school next year.
The City of Manteca will help you do your part in protecting the earth as well as your identity this Saturday.
Jack Snyder – a man who made it his business to build a better community – is being honored as the recipient of the 2009 Manteca Chamber of Commerce's Lifetime Achievement Award.
Manteca District Ambulance is in the process of locating a substation along Airport Way to put 2,700 homes in West Manteca within its targeted five-minute response time.
New residents are helping pay for upgrades to aging playground equipment in Manteca's older neighborhood parks.
Ripon Rotary President Harrison Gibbs has never been known to let grass grow under his feet and taking on his club's presidency is no different.
Shots rang out shortly before noon Saturday in a quiet residential neighborhood across from Veritas School at the intersection of Pagola Avenue and Collins Street where two men in their early 20s were struck by gunfire - one in the leg and the other in the buttocks.
What a better way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer than the senior luncheon at the St. Anthony Parish gymnasium on Thursday.
Two people were hospitalized with gunshot wounds following a drive-by shooting near a Manteca school on Saturday morning.
Lance Morrow wasn't sure that the Agricultural Career Technical Education Incentive Grant would be available this year.
The entire ordeal took less than a minute.
Friday wasn't a day of celebration for Rob Cox.
Kristin Olsen is making her mark at the State Capitol.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - California regulators approved a nearly $2.4 billion rate hike for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. customers that will see the typical customer's monthly bill increase by $7.50 starting in the fall and then even more in 2015 and again in 2016.
It took more than two months, a week in the San Joaquin County Jail, a $100,000 cash bond and countless trips back-and-forth to Las Vegas.
Bad debt write-offs for non-payment of municipal utilities have inched up slightly after dropping for two straight years.
All that Magdi Zakher wanted was equipment.
As goes Washington, D.C., so goes the nation.
It is being hailed as an economic juggernaut – a $39 million infrastructure upgrade providing vital access to development that will help push the boundaries of what Manteca can become and who it will attract for the next two decades.