They say that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. And that's never been more true than when it comes to your heart. Over the course of the next several weeks, the Manteca Coronary Health Improvement Project – or Manteca CHIP – will be holding a series of information meetings to help introduce residents to the five-week video seminar hosted by Dr. Hans Diehl that is designed to help people change their ...
By this afternoon tens of thousands of people will be flooding Yosemite Avenue browsing everything from homemade crafts to unique trinkets.
Frank Aquila knew absolutely nothing about what it would take to put a dinner fundraiser together.
Recent rains and warm weather have created perfect conditions for mosquitoes. Mosquitoes develop in standing water. San Joaquin County Mosquito & Vector Control District (District) asks all residents to eliminate standing water on their property. "As we approach warmer weather, mosquito development progresses quickly. It is imperative to stop this early development before adult mosquitoes become abundant," said Aaron Devencenzi, spokesman for the district. Containers, old tires, leaking faucets, buckets, and wheel-barrows, are among items ...
Providing affordable housing in Manteca is trickier than in many other parts of California thanks to the long shadow cast by the Bay Area economy.
When Vinnie Bhan learned that they were extending the length of the Crossroads of California Street Fair east to Fremont Avenue, he knew he had to do something special.
A memorial garden, arbors with climbing roses, decorative benches accented by flowering shrubs, and whitewashed picket fences are among the landscape improvements being planned for the historic East Union Cemetery in Manteca.
LATHROP – A majestic pine tree standing like a sentinel in front of the Community Center in Lathrop was no match for the 50 mph wind gusts that blew over the area Thursday afternoon.
Doctors Hospital hopes to reduce emergency room waiting times with new state-of-the art technology put in place this week – focusing on organization.
Jerry Sexton, 44, former owner of Sexton Chevrolet in Manteca, was found dead in his home Tuesday morning. It is believed that he died sometime Monday night resulting from a fall. He was found at about 9 a.m. Tuesday.
As a Realtor, Marcy Hanson didn't have a whole lot of options when the housing market took a dramatic downward spiral.
It was a complete pork dinner for the senior citizen community Friday night at just $3 a plate at what is being called "Seniors Night Out."
A sample of the photos taken by the Bulletin staff that appeared in the print edition of the Manteca Bulletin during the week of March 26-April 1.
Developing Manteca's strategies for encouraging affordable housing is the end goal of a workshop this Thursday.
Please don't play golf in the cemetery. That request is coming from the East Union Cemetery Association which owns and operates the historic burial ground of early pioneers and community leaders in the area. The cemetery, which was founded in 1872, is located on the southwest corner of Louise Avenue and Union Road in Manteca. Spring generally brings nice weather and colorful flowers. But all that is nice about the season's balmy weather does not ...
Give a man a tomato and he can spruce up a salad.
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.