RIPON – Officer Scott Lindsay thought he was just going to be representing the Ripon Police Department when he attended the Regional Occupation Program appreciation dinner on Jan 27.
A sample of the photos taken by the Bulletin staff that appeared the print edition of the Manteca Bulletin during the week of February 12-18.
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 challenge is on. The 10th Annual Give Every Child A Chance Antone E. Raymus Bowl-A-Thon will be held Saturday, February 28. Thanks to Marie Raymus, the Manteca Bowl and Family Fun Center will host this event, supplying all 48 lanes (from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m.), shoes, and staff to insure the success of the bowl-a-thon, all at no charge to Give Every Child A Chance. The proceeds help provide free tutoring services to ...
Manteca since 2002 has used $13.8 million in one-time cash infusions – primarily from $12.2 million in bonus bucks – to cover gaps between expenditures from day-to-day city operations and revenue.
Ripon was flying high financially when gas was pushing $5 a gallon. Now with gas prices a lot closer to the $2-a-gallon mark the extra money that some motorists are saving may end up costing City of Ripon employees dearly. Because Ripon gets 70 percent of all its sales tax from the Jack Tone interchange area – the construction of which was independently funded by the city to promote developing that region into a transportation ...
Trustees of the Manteca Unified School District will consider accepting the completion of work tonight at the future high school site in south Manteca.
RIPON – Three armed suspects were arrested early Monday morning by Ripon officers who were positioned and waiting for them if they entered the city – and enter it they did.
The Manteca Ripon Pentecost Society Saturday evening introduced the 2009 queens for their 90th annual Holy Ghost celebration this summer during a dinner at the MRPS Hall.
Frank Guinta knows what it is like growing up poor and not having the options that other kids may have.
The spirits are with us – the spirits of Clementine "Mull" Mulholland and Talbot Kendall – who for years were central figures in the Ripon Almond Festival along with longtime mayor Ed Feichtmeir.
Manteca's 385 municipal workers are agreeable to taking a 3.8 percent pay cut starting in July to help the city weather its approaching budget crisis.
Manteca – sometime later this year – is expected to seek bids to landscape the main entrance to the city at the recently completed Highway 99 and Yosemite Avenue interchange.
Many of Manteca's neighboring cities are laying off municipal workers as the ripple effect of the housing meltdown is sending property taxes plunging and curtailing consumer spending.
The Manteca Quilters Guild is pulling out all the stops to commemorate its 30th anniversary. At the guild's 30th Annual Quilt and Cloth Doll Show on the weekend of March 7-8, guild members are offering more than just the usual wide array of quilted items for guests to enjoy. For this year's celebration, they have invited nationally known quilter, Alex Anderson, as the featured artist. She will be present both days of the show to ...
Kaiser Manteca nurses are pounding the pavement today at Woodbridge at Del Webb to share with the residents their concerns about the state of health services at the West Yosemite Avenue medical facility.
A 19-year-old Sacramento man has been arrested on attempted murder charges associated with an early morning double shooting Sept. 7 in a Victory Avenue home south of Alameda Street and east of Union Road, just blocks north of the Manteca Police Department.
FRENCH CAMP –Jeffrey Michael thought of the people at "Restore the Delta" as a "bunch of hippies" when they first papered his car with their mantra.
It may soon be legal to "speed" on Cottage Avenue and Atherton Drive based on current posted speed limits.
San Joaquin County Undersheriff Jon Picone had a few things that he wanted to talk about to the Manteca TEA Party Patriots as their featured guest Thursday night.
Manteca avoids using enough treated water each year to meet the needs of roughly 9,000 people.
Fifteen years ago Linda Kay read an article in a magazine that changed her life.