The first of three community workshops regarding the proposed expansion of the Manteca Redevelopment Agency Wednesday was met by a standing room-only crowd of affected property owners.
TRACY – Lathrop Mayor Joseph "Chaka" Santos doesn't have to worry about walking too close to the house of one of his neighbors anymore.
n the time it took to play the tune 'Footloose' by Kenny Loggins, Chef Eric Dela Cruz had successfully filleted a large steelhead salmon.
Manteca High's annual Academic Boosters Evening with the Arts fund-raiser will be held Wednesday, April 6, on the school's Quad.
The teen room at the Manteca Boys & Girls Club has a fresh coat of blue paint courtesy of volunteers from the Manteca Old Navy store.
It will soon be easier for a visitor to find a loved one's resting place at the pioneer East Union Cemetery in Manteca.
Two armor-clad warriors step into the circle hoisting their heavy steel swords above their waist as they move clockwise and focus on their opponent.
Mayor Willie Weatherford believes downtown - however it is defined - is at a crossroads.
It's a fashion show like no other.
Marine Colonel Adrian W. Burke is tentatively scheduled to serve as the grand marshal for the Manteca Memorial Day parade on May 30.
The Manteca area members of the National Association of Letter Carriers are sponsoring the Muscular Dystrophy Association rib dinner Saturday, April 2, at the MRPS Hall.
The 10th panel of the Traveling Tribute honoring 6,000 Americans who have fallen in the Global War on Terror will be dedicated on May 29 in ceremonies at Woodward Park in honor of the first Coast Guard member killed in combat since the Vietnam War.
Cancer survivors - and those who care for them - were honored during a celebration of life event conducted Saturday at The Commons at Union Ranch by the Manteca Relay for Life committee.
The Community Emergency Response team is helping stage a safety fair as part of this weekend's 15th annual Crossroads of California Street Fair in downtown Manteca.
Editor's note: The following was part of a series that appeared in the Manteca Bulletin that Evelyn Prouty incorporated into her book "Manteca: Selected Chapters from its History."
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There are more than 300 high school juniors and seniors in Manteca Unified preparing for the future by learning how to do everything from making ...
A Little Free Library is open to all comers on North Street across from Doctors Hospital of Manteca.
In February former Manteca Unified Trustee Dale Fritchen demanded that the Board of Education cease violating California's open meetings law.
The bleachers in the new Multi-Purpose Room still need to be installed.
This year's Fourth of July was a three-day endeavor.
Social Security has provided critical financial help to people of all ages for the last 80 years, and despite our age, we're far from ...
Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police (SHARP) volunteers pick up between 100 and 125 abandoned shopping carts a month on the streets of Manteca.
Sometimes problems create a better solution.
Manteca's first multiple-family development designed from the start as condos may be built along a western extension of Center Street.
It can take six months for a problem reported along the side of Interstate 5 to be addressed by Caltrans.
A "Brunch of Hope" in memory of Alice Umbalin is a special fundraiser for ovarian cancer education and outreach set for Saturday, Sept. 19 from ...
Trustee Ashley Drain called it "garbage."
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