Game in the Box has been off and running since October.
For almond farmer Richard Phillips of Manteca, the high wind gusts of up to 45 miles per hour over the weekend was like a dog whose bark was worse than its bite.
Manteca's resale housing market is on pace for a record setting fourth straight year of 1,050-plus transactions.
It is hard to picture Jennie Schatmeier moping around on a couch, not toned, and 35 pounds heavier.
A 50-foot-high fir tree was toppled by heavy winds sometime early Sunday morning onto a home in the 1300 block of West Lathrop Road, just west of Union Road.
Thomas Galloway patiently waited as the "newbie" on the municipal water crew worked on tightening a city meter in front of a home on Widgeon Way on Friday afternoon.
LATHROP – Lathrop's very first National Day of Prayer is shaping up to be a challenging one, at least, for the organizers.
New home buying activity made February the strongest month for single family housing starts in Manteca in nearly four years.
RIPON - Dorothy Patterson has helped keep children safe for 49 years.
Stephanie Gippetti learned first-hand during the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake just how unprepared most people are in a disaster or major emergency.
The 15th annual Crossroads Street Faire is expected to draw thousands of people to downtown Manteca on April 2-3 for two days of food, shopping and fun.
Motivational guru Scott "Q" Marcus' column is being featured Sundays starting today on the Manteca Bulletin's Your Health Matters pages.
"The best part of the day was just being with my Dad," wrote Bobby, 13.
Full development of city neighborhoods proposed for inclusion in Manteca's Redevelopment Agency boundaries ultimately could more than quadruple the number of vehicle trips on existing city streets in 30 years.
Bryan Thomas respects the sacrifices of soldiers who went before him and the challenges that they faced.
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The plan to replace the turf at Weston Ranch High School with an artificial surface and a state-of-the-art track has been abandoned.
September water use in Manteca shot up 10 percent over 2015.
The City of Ripon currently prohibits the consumption of alcohol within any public place, including streets, sidewalks, parking lots and parks.
Manteca is continuing to work with the Veterans Administration in the hopes of landing a Vet Service Center.
California Highway Patrol investigators have determined the series of events they believe occurred in Monday evening's horrific pileup on the 120 Bypass just east ...
The Manteca Unified Board of Education will prepay as much as of the outstanding Weston Ranch bond debt that they're able to in order ...
Sonny Dhaliwal has built up quite the campaign war chest according to his campaign filing statements that were submitted to the Lathrop City Clerk last ...
Less than 20 hours after a seven-vehicle collision killed one person, seriously injured two and sent six others to the hospital with minor injuries just ...
Porter Wilder is on a mission.
Almonds - grown primarily around Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon - remained as San Joaquin County's top agricultural crop in 2015 for the second year in a ...
The 120 Bypass claimed another life Monday at the height of the afternoon commute.
Cindy Smith wants to paint the town green.
A Sierra High teacher is on paid leave pending a Manteca Unified investigation triggered in part by a podcast talk show he conducted in 2011 ...
Ever since Dale Fritchen raised the issue that Weston Ranch residents have been paying far more in Mello-Roos property taxes than they've been getting ...
For the past 10 years, TPR Baseball has been operating tournaments in Ripon.
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