RIPON - Ripon business woman Helen Catano has arranged for New Jersey children's author Andi Green to come to the Ripon Library Monday on a book signing tour spanning the East and West coasts.
The Manteca Community Choir will rehearse for this year's Christmas cantata every Sunday evening in November at 7 p.m. at the Manteca Presbyterian Church on North and Main. Adults, teenagers and children are invited to participate in this cantata. "Christmas Fantasia" will be performed on Dec. 13 at 7 p.m. and is free to the public. Contact Anne Talcott at 823-0054 for more information.
Daniel Heinze, a 2008 Sierra High graduate, will enter the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Mission Training Center in Provo, Utah on Nov. 18 to begin preparations for a 2-year mission to the Chile Concepcion South Mission.
Scouting for food is a national canned food drive put on by the Boy Scouts of America.
Manteca's Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6311 and American Legion Post 249 are holding a Veterans Day ceremony at Library Park on Wednesday, Nov. 11, starting at 11 a.m.
A new upcoming R&B Pop band will be performing a free show this Friday, Nov. 6, at Main Street Café at 7 p.m.
Christ is a verb and not a noun.
Kirk Waters is officially Manteca's permanent fire chief.
LATHROP – When Jose D. Hernandez served on the Lathrop City Council two mayors ago, he lost a number of hours at work and, on a few occasions, arrived late at the meeting. Sometimes, he did not even have time to grab something for dinner while dashing off from work to the 7 o'clock council meeting at City Hall.
RIPON - A 16-year-old gang member has been sentenced to five years and four months in juvenile detention after pleading guilty to assault with a deadly weapon in a stabbing in August that left him with a broken hand.
LATHROP - San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department reported Mario Pena as a missing person.
Two recently laid off Manteca police officers have been hired by the City of Hayward with a higher wage scale than they had in Manteca.
In these tough economic times, Carol Davis greatly appreciates any and all donations to her non-profit organization.
A pending $2.2 million settlement won't put a dent in Manteca's municipal budget nor is it the doing of elected city leaders.
Odds are you've heard of it.
Birdie McGinnis has a reason to smile this morning.
Medical students may apply for college assistance from Doctors Hospital volunteers making use of their gift shop profits and donations from the previous year.
Improving public safety in Manteca is expected to be a three-step process.
What makes multicultural day special?
Phil Waterford has been on the giving end of an award or special recognition numerous times.
The third annual Ripon Bark for Life & Car Show takes place Sunday, April 13, from 1 to 4 p.m. at Stouffer Park.
Manteca Police detectives are investigating a home invasion robbery near Sierra High School which left an elderly man bruised and battered after being kicked and punched by the assailants that ransacked his house.
Robert Acosta was tired of seeing his friends fumble around with their video game controllers.
There's more trains coming down the tracks in Manteca.
It's been four years since parents with school-age children living north of Woodward Park in South Manteca started their push for a crosswalk across Woodward Avenue at Buena Vista Drive.
Karen Duke has nine lives.
An aging municipal workforce combined with a looming benefit change that will hike health insurance costs for new retirees could mean the possible loss of almost half of Manteca's current municipal workforce by 2016.
LATHROP – It could be a non-issue in the coming years if California does become one of the next several states to legalize marijuana for recreational use.