The City of Manteca Fire Department is inviting community members to experience what it takes to douse out a simulated house fire.
The Manteca Branch Library will present Wet 'N Wetter Relays Thursday, July 8, at 3 p.m.
They had performed their version of "My God (My Guy)" from the Sister Act movies.
Proposition 16 – a statewide ballot measure with major implications on the future of retail electricity costs in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon – appears headed for defeat in Tuesday's voting.
Manteca Police Chief Dave Bricker believes Manteca has more than 40 solid locations that can engage kids in wholesome activities and help counter the lure of gangs.
Pinky Rideau gave everything she had when she was up on the gazebo stage at Library Park Tuesday afternoon.
Mary Hildebrand lived through one of the worst snowstorms to hit Pennsylvania during the early part of the 20th century.
Eight-year-old Alyssa Rose Elliott was enjoying her first day of the summer break.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK – Yosemite Conservancy, a nonprofit organization benefitting Yosemite National Park and its millions of visitors, was launched last week with commendations by public officials, songs by local school children and cheers of people who love the park.
MOUNTAIN HOUSE - The Mountain House Kite & Multi-Cultural Festival returns Saturday, June 12, to fill the skies with colorful kites and the air with laughter and music.
Merrill Gardens at Manteca will celebrate Support Our Troops Week by hosting a Big Band Swing Concert played by "Tradewinds Dance Band" on Thursday, June 17, at 6 p.m. at the retirement community located at 430 N. Union Road.
Wanted: Blood donors to help Sierra Johnson, the 20-year-old Fresno State sophomore who is fighting acute lymphocytic leukemia complicated by Philadelphia Chromosome.
Every first Friday of the month at 7 p.m., a group of women meet at Crossroads Grace Community Church on Moffat Boulevard.
Manteca's "Magic Bus" is not a salute to the rock-n-roll band The Who that popularized the song with that name.
Megan Germann and Mallory Luck didn't have any experience with Give Every Child a Chance prior to two weeks ago.
The celebration for Read Across America has already begun.
When Richard Perez was in his early 30s he had a vision. God came into his room, lifted him up out of bed and took him into his kid's room. There, God told Perez that he needed to change the harmful direction of his life or he would find his kids were no longer a part of his life. The vision shook Perez. He'd never experienced anything like it. Yet, he found it difficult to comply. He wasn't ready to pull away from the road of destruction he'd been on since his teen years.
LATHROP – Over the course of the last six months the Lathrop City Council has approved spending just over $191,000 for a restroom at River Park South, the demolition and reconstruction of the 7th Street Skate Park, study space at City Hall and solar lighting at Woodfield Park.
Ninety-one entries in the weekend's Almond Blossom Festival Art Show drew a number of awards for their artworks and photographs. Noted artist Dan Petersen said he had fun judging the show, adding that it has improved much in the past year.
Gordon Kennedy trudges between rooms of his music lesson studio lackadaisically.
Zephyr is back.
The Stanislaus River is paying for the sins of the Central Valley Water Project.
Ray Joseph, 20, of Sacramento, has been sentenced to 27 years in state prison for the attempted murder of a Manteca couple as they slept in their bed at their home on Victory Avenue in September of 2013.
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New homes built in Manteca may soon have a new feature - rain barrels and cisterns.
New Melones Reservoir - the linchpin dam on the Stanislaus River - is dropping again on the eve of a four-day weather system that promises to usher in March with a whimper.
Tracy Cemetery is the resting place of nearly 1,000 veterans. They may be gone but certainly not forgotten.
The Give Every Child a Chance (GECAC) Antone E. Raymus, 16th Annual Bowl-A-Thon takes place Saturday, Feb. 28.
Manteca's adopted budget calls for the city to dip into reserves to close out the books on June 30 to bridge a $592,940 structured deficit.
Don't expect to find that complimentary glass of water on your table the next time you sit down at a restaurant.