The seventh annual Manteca Firefighters Softball Tournament conducted April 22 at Big League Dreams raised more than $5,000 that the Manteca Firefighters Association plans to distribute to local charities. The tournament included 17 teams from fire departments throughout Northern California.
So how big of a deal is it that Lathrop has landed one of the hottest – and arguably forward-thinking – companies in America?
There's no such thing as a free lunch - or a free mine-resistant protected (MRAP) for that matter.
The Manteca City Council is looking for volunteers interested in serving on the Manteca Senior Advisory Committee.
The Easter Bunny needs some help.
Seniors needing assistance with filing their 2013 income tax returns may call the Manteca Senior Center at 209.456.8650 to schedule an appointment with AARP for tax-preparation assistance.
This week's featured Manteca Animal Shelter pet is "Chewy."
Lori Adams, Lori Little, Lisa Boone, Erin Nussbaumer and Trina Ramsey - known as "The Lori's & Company" are hosting their third annual book drive.
The Manteca Youth Advisory Commission and GK Music are seeking talented singers, dancers, musicians, bands, comics, magicians and other talented youth, teens and young adults ages 5-21 for "Got Talent?", a talent show and competition to be held Saturday, April 26, at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane.
Want to reduce your chances of becoming a victim of identity theft?
It may have been a record - or at least a tie.
They've been working for the City of Manteca for 33 years each - and that's no joke.
People will travel for good food, but they'll go to even greater lengths for good company.
Monterey always makes for a pleasant weekend, but adding 120 or so Red Hatters frolicking in the Embassy Hotel near Monterey Bay - including 10 from Manteca - adds an indescribable level of karma for all those involved including the onlookers.
Chef Michael Midgley has emerged from his kitchen with another tasty creation.
Robert Hendricksen e-mailed in this gem about his own shopping cart etiquette observations:
Organizers of a Manteca Christmas Eve breakfast are worried that this may be a bleak Christmas for older children and younger teens.
It was 62 degrees at mid-afternoon Monday in Manteca and music filled the air in some neighborhoods. No, not Christmas music. It was music from the speakers of an ice cream truck.
Downtown Manteca is losing one of its most unique businesses.
Toys, clothes and blankets are on the shopping lists for Manteca police officers and other employees who are invading Target and Walmart this weekend to help Santa make Christmas brighter for the less fortunate on their beats.
You have two chances to play Santa for kids in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop that may go without toys on Christmas.
Brandy Clark has some good news.
Congressman Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, has nominated three South County high school students for consideration for appointment to three of the nation's prestigious military academies.
Manteca's George McParland School is receiving a $5,000 Bright Ideas Grant from Pacific Gas & Electric.
The homeless are going country.