It was a rag-tag fleet of vehicles from a World War II Jeep Willy and 1965 Mustang convertible to a slew of PT Cruisers and even a Bentley that made their way down Yosemite Avenue late Monday morning.
Library Park – once the site of one of Manteca's first baseball diamonds – could be well on its way to being a true downtown square by this time next year.
Sister Ann Venita of St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church is inviting all seniors to the annual celebration of the feast day of the church's patron saint.The sit-down luncheon will be held in the St. Anthony's School gym from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 9. Admission is free; however, all is encouraged to bring friends along. One does not have to be a Catholic to attend. For more information, call 823-7197.
Two-year-old Alexandria Marrero was the youngest member of the audience that attended the annual Memorial Day observance at the Ripon Cemetery on Monday.
LATHROP – The combination of Pastor Mike Dillman's Vietnam War testimony and the solemn tolling of the bell during the roll call of Lathrop's fallen veterans made for a stirring and poignant Memorial Day observance on Monday.
A special group of men led Monday's Memorial Day parade – all having served in the military in World War II and now in their 80s and 90s.
Manteca's downtown farmers market returns to Library Park today from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. to start a weekly run through the end of August.
Phil Waterford asked for a moment of silence.
They fought in the Battle of the Bulge, on the beaches at Normandy, on Iwo Jima, in North Africa, and on countless other battlefields.
Manteca's most popular ongoing summer diversion – the downtown farmers market – returns to Library Park Tuesday.
It was a golf cart challenge between some 15 to 20 residents of the Del Webb at Woodbridge community in the northeast section of Manteca Saturday morning – an event where laughing was more important than winning..
It could have been the story of the Navy Seal who gave his life so others could live, or the 5,800 crosses honoring those who paid the ultimate price for freedom.
Gold Star Mothers and family members from throughout the Northern San Joaquin Valley gathered Saturday to honor their soldiers and sailors who sacrificed their lives for their country while feeling each others everlasting grief.
The private sector is showing signs of growing confidence in the possibility of the new housing sector rebounding in Manteca during the next two or so years.
The three-year long process to update the City of Manteca's General Plan Housing Element is only a City Council vote away from being finalized.
In recent years, Stella Brockman Elementary School and the Manteca Chili's Bar & Grill worked in partnership with a one-day carnival benefiting the St. Jude ...
The "coach" delivered.
Sr. Ann Venita Britto recently opened the design of the St. Anthony of Padua annual Harvest Festival up to the young people.
Manteca city officials are working with the Veterans Administration to locate a Vet Center in Manteca.
Learning in Manteca Unified is more than just words and math.
Several years ago, Manteca High set out to change the culture of the school.
The only technical higher learning institute in South San Joaquin County closed its doors on Tuesday morning as part of a sweeping announcement that shuttered ...
When Mike Zugnoni welcomed students to East Union for the first time in 1966, there wasn't much around the "country" campus.
Manteca Councilman Mike Morowit is impressed with the early success Manteca Police Department is having by dedicating community resource officers to address homeless issues in ...
STINSON BEACH - The sleek, flapping salmon that fishermen hauled aboard the rolling Salty Lady charter boat near the Golden Gate Bridge were the survivors of ...
A Blue Mass in remembrance of the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11 and in honor of all first responders will be held Friday, Sept. 9 ...
When Sonny Dhaliwal applied to the Lathrop Planning Commission in 2003 he just wanted to play a part in shaping the community that he loved.
Bay Area riders catching California High Speed Rail to Los Angeles will initially ride ACE trains to Merced to make their connection.
There was a time when Manteca Unified facility planners could assume a new home being built would represent the generation of 0.8 school-aged children.
Affordable housing is a pressing issue for hundreds, if not thousands of Manteca residents.