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.
Manteca residents for the past 137 years have made it a point every Memorial Day to venture to East Union Cemetery to pay their respect to those who served America.
Two entries in Manteca's first ever Memorial Day parade on Monday will be hard to miss – a Christmas-tree green 1912 vehicle and a fire-truck red 1913 four wheeler. Both were made by International Harvester Company. And both have been meticulously restored by octogenarian Everett Rankins.
One sure way to get in touch with a soldier's sacrifice is to visit a cemetery.
FRENCH CAMP – Bill Houchins, Petco's regional manager presented the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Office with a $10,000 grant award.
The group of young FFA students from Riverbank was at Woodward Park just after sunrise on Friday. Past the noon hour, they were still there with their mallets making sure the 5,800 white crosses that represent the 5,800 Americans who have died so far in the Global War on Terror are firmly planted in the grassy ground.
An armed robber hits a downtown bank.
Environmental studies for a project that has the potential to add distribution center space in Manteca equivalent to eight buildings the size of the Ford Motor Company's small parts distribution center in Spreckels Park will cost an additional $38,720.
Manteca's three-day salute to veterans and those who have served America and either died in battle or have since passed away starts today at 5:30 p.m. at Woodward Park.
Manteca's new Lathrop Road interchange isn't going to be your run-of-the-mill bridge over Highway 99.
You won't have to remind Chuck and Teri Palmer, Mike and Angela Anderson, Kevin and Leianne Graves, or Sally Monsoor this Memorial Day Weekend about the high cost of freedom.
A group of local Christian musicians will get the chance they've been waiting for this weekend.
Voters won't be able to say "yea" or "nay" to any PG&E proposal to extend electric service into new territory or expanding its system to serve additional customers should the measure the for-profit utility authored on the June 8 ballot - Proposition 16 - pass.
An abducted 8-year-old Manteca girl was found on a Chicago-bound Amtrak train Wednesday through the long arm of the Lathrop Police Services.
World War II was a defining moment in Manteca's history.
So you've heard a lot about the recall efforts underway with a pair of Manteca Unified School Board trustees.
Personal cell phones are being included in the new national "Do Not Call" Registry to dissuade telemarketers from contacting the general public across the country. Citizens may register their home or cell phones without cost by calling 888.382.1222. Registration takes less than one minute on the phone.
Last week, the City of Lathrop learned that California Senator Cathleen Galgiani was working to secure $110 million towards the cost of retrofitting the levees set to protect the City of Lathrop city in the event that the San Joaquin River surges.
The Great Outdoors has always been an outlet for Jeff Lund.
On Monday, the City of Lathrop did a little bit of internal housecleaning to make sure that everything was up to par as the push towards SB5 compliance moves onward.
A new time and a once-a-month regular meeting schedule will begin next week for the Ripon City Council.
Advertising manager of the Manteca Bulletin, Chuck Higgs, promised to continue the growth and further expansion of the Manteca Chamber of Commerce as its new president at the benefit of business and professionals during the year to come at the installation dinner.
The 1930s could be characterized as Manteca's "quiet decade" if it weren't for the first major flood of the 20th century, labor strife, fires, and diseased sugar beets temporarily shuttering Spreckels Sugar.
Construction at Weston Elementary School is now in the home stretch.
TRACY - The baseball gods were not very kind to the Northgate 10-11 All Stars for most of their District 67 championship game against Tracy American on Monday at Monticello School.
It wasn't the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929 that was the defining economic development for Manteca in the 1920s.
Concerns for Pacific Gas & Electric have been with trees and other vegetation damaging or creating barriers to the underground power lines.
Bill Draa will be soon leaving the Ripon Unified School District.