Manteca native and Central Catholic High senior Sebastian Hernandez was named a National Merit Hispanic Scholar and was awarded a full ride to University of Arizona.
RIPON - Ripon High School senior Kaitlyn Joanne Milam is headed to Fresno State this August.
Cassidy Alice Miller, daughter of Dr. Greg and Sharon Miller, graduated Cum Laude from Westmont College of Santa Barbara on May 8, 2010.
Thirty-five World War II veterans are serving as grand marshals for Manteca's first Memorial Day parade taking place Monday in downtown Manteca.
As the top academic students, Erica Aguiar and Katie Vaught earned the honors to lead East Union High's commencement exercises on Thursday.
PG&E has pumped an additional $9.5 million into their bid to amend the California Constitution to make it tougher for not-for-profit utilities to start-up in their service territory.
RIPON - A touch of Americana is part of the Ripon Farmers' Market this Thursday at 4 p.m. as the police and fire personnel challenge each other in a chili cook-off on Main Street with free samples for everyone.
Eighth-grade students at Sequoia School were left with more souvenirs and memories of their many years together on Monday.
It was a tour for all the senses with plenty of intellectual stimulation to sweeten the experience.
Scenes from the Kiwanis service project.
LATHROP - Lathrop's second annual Memorial Day celebration is set for Monday, May 31, at 11 a.m. at Manuel Valverde Park.
John Cambra was remembered by family and friends who filled St. Anthony's of Padna Catholic Church for his funeral mass Monday morning – many bringing their restored hotrods that he had a hand in rebuilding.
More than adequate wastewater treatment capacity is helping promote affordable housing in Manteca.
Getting rid of Manteca's garbage is a dirty job but it is about to get a bit cleaner.
It costs a lot of money to make a run for Lathrop mayor.
It was brought to the attention of Manteca Unified that a parent was not sending her two kids to school.
Assembly member Susan Eggman visited the Second Harvest Food Bank Friday afternoon asking for support of her Assembly Bill 215 that will benefit farmers and hungry Californians alike.
They should consider themselves warned.
Austin Scott thumbs through an Internet Explorer browser window looking for an answer.
This is no April Fool's joke.
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK (AP) - A road leading to spectacular views of California's Yosemite National Park opened to drivers on Saturday, marking the earliest date for the occasion in at least 20 years.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Manteca Unified School District students that agreed to be interviewed by the Bulletin spoke under a condition of anonymity.
Ask any high school senior about the "assassins" game and they'll tell you it's all about fun.
How much does a police department cost?
There was a time if you called 9-1-1 from a cell phone that law enforcement wouldn't have the foggiest idea of exactly where you are calling from.
Is Manteca the next Castroville?
A water conservation coordinator is being sought by the City of Ripon to keep an eye on water use in the community.
The St. Vincent de Paul Society has helped untold number of needy families and individuals in Manteca and surroundings for decades. Young men studying for the priesthood have been able to continue pursuing their religious vocation, thanks in part to the assistance provided by the Bishop's Seminarian Fund of the Diocese of Stockton. And a number of area youth have been able to play in Little League with the help of generous donations from organizations whose mission is to step up when there's a need.
The third $100 Manteca Bulletin Easter Egg was found in a bush and behind a sign at the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.