FRENCH CAMP - Civil Air Patrol Squadron 72's Cadet 2nd Lieutenant Amy McFerran has received the Billy Mitchell Award.
Sami Guedoir knows all about the benefits of cultural outreach. As the chairman of the advisory board for the non-profit Tunisian Community Center, Guedoir – who has owned Century Furniture on the corner of Yosemite and Main Streets – has seen first-hand what can happen when the perceived differences between two communities erode away. And he's taken a little bit of Manteca with him back to his Tunisian hometown of Mahares for that very reason. ...
A wide array of restaurants will be participating in the 17th Annual Gourmet Sampler sponsored by the Manteca Historical Society and scheduled for Sunday, March 8, at the Senior Center.
Amanda Rosas is involved in the Manteca Chamber of Commerce's Junior Ambassadors Leadership Program.
The Manteca Quilters' 30th Anniversary Quilt and Doll Show this weekend will have as many highlights as a patchwork quilt.
The Manteca Youth Focus presents the 2009 Teen Manteca Scholarship Competition on Saturday, March 7, at 10 a.m.
A sample of the photos taken by the Bulletin staff that appeared the print edition of the Manteca Bulletin during the week of February 26 through March 4.
Syed Khader says he is finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel in his plan to clean up the old 99 Salvage Yard on Moffat Boulevard along with the former gas station next door in the 300 block of Moffat Boulevard.
The Manteca Youth Focus is presenting the 2009 Manteca Scholarship Competition on Friday, March 6, at 7:30 p.m.
South County farmers and cities served by South San Joaquin Irrigation District don't have to worry about whether they will have water to grow crops and keep lawns green.
Frank Aquila didn't quite know what to do when he had heard that Manteca High graduate and United States Marine Charles Palmer was killed in Iraq.
Thirty-five months ago only 4.8 percent of the people working and living in San Joaquin County could afford to buy a home here.
Eighth-grade student Obeulio Montepeque created the paper machete Reading Dragon with balloons, cups, and anything he could get his hands on.
A loving and sensitive set of grandparents were almost scammed out of $5,100 by a caller claiming to be their 24-year-old grandson crying that he was in jail in Canada, and needing $4,800 for bail before he could be released.
LATHROP – The Lathrop City Council could make a decision tonight on the proposed rate hikes for water and sewer services over a period of three or five years.
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.
LATHROP – A few months ago it was unofficially known as the "teen center."
Everything from a low rider car show to Mexican bands are part of the free Manteca Cinco de Mayo celebration taking place this Sunday, May 5, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Library Park in downtown Manteca.
Manteca has bumped Turlock to become the fifth largest city in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
When Sandra and Al Nevares moved to Manteca, they not only bought a new home at Woodbridge Del Webb in Manteca. After 30 years of living in a small house in Stockton with limited yard space and just a swimming pool, they suddenly found themselves enjoying a new hobby in their retirement years – gardening.
Extended camping – more than one night – in the Wal-Mart parking lot doesn't thrill some Manteca civic leaders.