Sam Guedoir is among at least 21 Manteca merchants and commercial property owners slapped with "drive-by" American with Disability Access compliance lawsuits.
Crouched forward in his seat, shoulders slumped toward the table, Doug Borges rubs calloused hands against one another.
Prospectors ravaged California's countryside 165 years ago searching for gold.
Every eighth-tenth of a second it happens.
The Manteca Junior Women's Club is staging Children's Art in the Park on Saturday, May 17, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Library Park in downtown Manteca. There will be free arts and crafts. That is in addition to food vendors, art displays as well as demonstrations, entertainment and merchandise being available for sale. For more info click go to our online Community Calendar at community.mantecabulletin.com.
If your company lost $13 billion in one year due to sloppy work you wouldn't expect them to hand out $2.8 million in bonuses plus grant big step pay raises for a job well done.
Warren Beatty has met his match - self-centered selfie snappers.
Mothers' Day at our house are most days of the year, when that special woman I married 54 years ago witnesses her efforts continuing to bloom after raising three boys and a girl – all leading successful lives in their vocations.
Congresswoman Barbara Lee is advocating placing California's minimum wage at $26 an hour.
I have an iPhone.
Run for Rina! The annual half-marathon run and 5K run/walk held in honor of the late Rina Brocchini and to raise community awareness and funding for the Ripon High Stadium Project, is scheduled for this Saturday, May 10, at 7 a.m. For more info go to www.rinasrun.com or call Stephanie Hobbs at 209.599.6861.
What's in a name?
Somewhere approaching 500 times in the last 23 years Manteca City Council meetings have opened with a prayer.
Google the words "pride, envy, gluttony, lust, anger, greed" and "sloth."
Take a drive down South Main Street between Industrial Park Drive and the 120 Bypass.
It's time to get serious about the homeless in Manteca.
Annie Moore was the first immigrant processed through Ellis Island when it opened on Jan. 1, 1892.