STOCKTON – Dale Caldwell walked up and down the aisles of the Delta College flea market Saturday morning looking for anything that might strike his fancy.
Having the plug pulled on the Manteca Redevelopment Agency could undermine 13 months of talks with McWhinney Development on plans to invest upwards of $200 million for a Great Wolf Resort immediately west of Costco on 30 acres of city-owned land.
Spanish explorers climbing to the top of Mt. Diablo in the early summer of 1776 thought they had stumbled onto a great inland lake.
Niche leisure travel is helping build a foundation Stockton Metro Airport's future growth.
Get ready for longer trains and a surge in truck traffic.
The biggest accomplishment in 2011 when it comes to Manteca's municipal government wasn't to either start or complete $20.1 million worth of infrastructure investment.
For readers who may have missed our columns and announcements about The Bulletin moving to a combined Weekend Edition delivered on Saturdays, we apologize.
Fifteen years ago, state emergency officials were bracing for the worse.
New Year is supposed to be a time of celebration.
PG&E electrical rates are going up 2.4 percent on Sunday.
To say that the last few months have been tough for Sabrina Murphy would be an understatement.
Nancy Teicheira remembers the day that the San Joaquin River swelled to the point that it broke the very barriers designed to contain it.
Ed Fichtner called it a team effort.
Readers selected the home of Margie Jay at 602 Merle Lane as the winner of the 2011 Manteca Bulletin Holiday Lights Tour Contest.
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Lathrop Police Services deputies, Sheriff Steve Moore and other deputies assigned throughout the county met with third grade children and their parents Wednesday morning and ...
STOCKTON – When it came to the California Water Resources Control Board's draft of proposed changes that would impact flows into the San Joaquin River ...
A public education blitz coupled with stepped up enforcement is being proposed to combat illegal fireworks in Manteca.
Wayne Ralph Flores - a Manteca City Council member who served in the 1990s - has passed away.
The weather outside may be frightful but it won't stop snow tubers from hitting the slope at Dell'Osso Farms.
It's been over almost 18 months since California Senator Cathleen Galgiani announced that she was proposing legislation that would fund part of the flood ...
Ripon residents continue their efforts of cutting back on 30 percent or better on water usage per month.
Looking for a unique gift for a dog lover on your Christmas list?
Classes resume today at Manteca High, Lincoln Elementary School, and St. Paul's Preschool following the rupture of a 330-gallon tank filled with hydrochloric acid ...
Christmas came early for 28 kids who attended a Lathrop Police Services holiday event Monday night that centered on building a relationship between the community ...
The City of Lathrop is about to receive a major boost to its sales tax revenue.
Mark Winchell came to the Ripon City Council during a tumultuous time.
So how are the Manteca Unified schools doing?
Mike Mason loves his family.
Doctors Hospital has been certified as a primary advanced stroke center.
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