Pastor Mike Dillman knows that not every family was in a position this year to have the kind of Christmas they wanted.
On any other day Nathan Maier would have struck gold.
It is without a doubt the classiest, if not nicest, family homeless shelter in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
Three meals – two complete with gifts for kids – are taking place today to make sure struggling families have a Christmas celebration.
The lingering neighborhood scars of uncared for foreclosed homes could pump new life into the enforcement of Manteca's aggressive property maintenance ordinance adopted in 2009.
LATHROP – The Lathrop Lions Club wanted to do something for Christmas that would leave a lasting impression on families in need.
A pair of thieves that stole a wheelchair-bound man's car he had for sale on Craigslist to provide money for a family Christmas touched the hearts of many in Manteca and as far away as South Sacramento and Napa.
RIPON - Ripon American Legion Post 190 is on a mission to locate veterans that participated in the "Liberation of France" starting with the D-Day operations in June of 1944.
The family that prays together stays together, so the old saying goes.
Want to be part of the crowd at the old ball game?
When it comes to Christmas wishes, Ben Jetton has heard them all.
The Manteca Bulletin's new Weekend Edition debuts Saturday.
Amy Conklin brings cheer for the patients at Doctors Hospital of Manteca as she visits every patient in the hospital on every holiday from Valentine's Day to Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The average Manteca household saved $120 in municipal water and sewer charges in 2011 thanks indirectly to the foreclosure meltdown.
LATHROP – Gloria Rodriguez looked around Grace Community Church Wednesday night – at the smiling faces, the exuberant children and the overflowing holiday cheer – and felt grateful.
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Some live in cars a night or two then bounce between weekly motels rooms when their parents can afford them.
Manuel King is riding his Palomino horse "Nugget" Friday for his second inaugural parade in Washington, D.C.
Ten years ago if a teacher gave high school students an assignment to read a particular classic they had two basic options.
Manteca's elected leaders Tuesday moved to make it easier for developers to build apartments, condos, and townhouses without costing the city a dime.
People were clustered at tables, ideas were being thrown around, and for the first time since the City of Manteca assigned resources to grapple with ...
A special thank you in the form of a First Responders' Appreciation Day is being planned by a citizens group for Saturday, April 1, in ...
Pam Larussa just wants to give back to the community.
Skateboarding in a swimming pool as a 16-year-old teen and breaking his wrist was the impetus that guided a new Manteca surgeon into the medical ...
A scientific study covering 11 years of fish migration on the Stanislaus River underscores how simply sending more water downstream may not be doing endangered ...
Seven months ago, Big League Dreams General Manager Roy Fetherholf said that the park was targeting December or January to replace the aging field turf ...
An upgraded and more efficient Doctors Hospital emergency room is set to open on Wednesday.
The Catholic Diocese of Stockton will come out of its bankruptcy status in the next few weeks after the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the ...
Alex Hildebrand was an engineer by training and a farmer by vocation.
For more than half a century after Army Corporal Alvin R. Mendes was killed in the Korean War, his family did not visit his gravesite ...
Before there was Manteca or Ripon, there was Atlanta.
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