An $8 million "state of the art" cancer center is on the horizon for Manteca under the name of Valley Cancer Center, Inc.
Young kids in his neighborhood call Austen Nunes a show-off.
Don't look for a wider bridge deck any time soon at the Airport Way and Highway 120 Bypass interchange.
The game has come a long way since it was first born in a barn in the Pacific Northwest and named after a pesky dog that kept taking the ball from the middle of the game.
LATHROP – The tragic death of 25-year-old Jeremy Lum nearly a year ago has become a rallying point in his family's effort to increase society's awareness to mental illness.
Scenes from the start of this year's 24-Hour Ripon Relay for Life benefit for the American Cancer Society on Saturday at Ripon High.
The Manteca Lions Club is staging a scholarship fundraiser on Saturday, May 22, featuring a southern style BBQ rib dinner at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane.
Carl Lindberg would be the first to admit that his foray into the world of performance theater began with the desire to get a better grade in his speech class.
An almond orchard eventually will be replaced with 93 single family homes on a 24-acre parcel on the south side of Woodward Avenue to the east of Union Road.
Movies in the Park may return this summer for its third season.
Scenes from Thursday's Woodward School presentation of Disney's "Alice in Wonderland Jr." Two more performances are planned for Thursday, May 20, and Friday, May 21. Both are at 7 p.m.
Denver & the Mile High Orchestra is bringing its big band-style music along with a healthy dose of diverse sounds such as Earth, Wine & Fire, Stevie Wonder, and Chicago to a free show on Sunday, May 30, starting at 3 p.m. at Woodward Park.
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LATHROP – Retirees who would otherwise see a hit to their post-employment medical benefits will now get the opportunity to pay into a fund that can ...
The North Pointe Specific Plan was finally approved on Tuesday.
The 2015 League of California Cities will have its annual conference and expo at the San Jose McEnery Convention Center in the fall.
The Manteca Patriots don't have an official stance on gay marriage.
Storage at New Melones Reservoir has dropped below 400,000 acre feet for the first time since 1991.
The "Spirit of America" World War II mural was dedicated Saturday afternoon before a thrilled crowd of patriotic citizens sitting under four tents at the ...
A half dozen Manteca Noon Rotarians stepped up to help the Manteca Noon Kiwanis have a successful pancake breakfast – a tradition for the community for ...
A 15-year-old East Union student was shot and killed at about 3:30 a.m. Saturday morning while visiting friends in a home in the ...
An explosive device was lobbed over a backyard fence west of Sierra High School at 11:15 Friday night where some 60 teens were having ...
TRACY - A team from Manteca will win the District 67 Junior All-Star Tournament.
RIPON - A devastating knee injury derailed Jacqui Uecker's senior season at Ripon High, but she remained positive that her ultimate dream of playing volleyball ...
A former meat processing plant used by the homeless as an encampment went up in flames early Friday morning.
Rich Silverman has put his money where his mouth is when it comes to saving water.
Shamir Griffin is a firm believer in the preservation of one's culture.
Manteca residents are taking the severe drought - that has sent reservoirs throughout California to record low levels and dropped underground water tables - seriously.
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