The federal economic stimulus plan is sending some green to Manteca to save even more green.
RIPON- Scott Lindsay is a cop's cop who cares about kids. He's a great match for being one of the two school resource officers in the community. His quiet demeanor and his intense love for his profession is what his character is built upon. When he responds to a call involving Ripon residents he often knows the people on a first name basis. One student told of his calming presence when addressing violence. When he ...
Sometimes the best place to save a little bit of money is right there on your back. Literally.
Mark Mahaffie is the new Senior Pastor at Sequoia Heights Baptist Church.
Manteca's unemployment rate is at 13.6 percent. The state is looking to completely eliminate WorkNet and slash their safety net programs. The economy is still sputtering. And donations to the HOPE Family Shelters are down while the demands for its services are up significantly. It is against that background the HOPE Ministries is conducting its annual Kids in a Box sleepover starting Friday after 3 p.m. at the organization's Raymus House on South Union Road. ...
Ken Wesela knows how to put smiles on the faces of people. A member of the Senior Center, he did so by displaying his dance moves Friday at the Manteca Parks and Recreation Department's teen, adult, and senior prom. "I love to dance," said Wesela, who also attended the event of a year ago co-sponsored by the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission and the Manteca Senior Advisory Committee. "I'm an old man and I like to ...
Crivello Estates – a 65-home semi-custom neighborhood planned for the northern extension of Vasconellos Avenue in East Manteca – may end up with at least three firsts for Manteca.
The Manteca Community Emergency Preparedness & Safety Fair took place Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Manteca Stake at the Northland Road stake house.
Zephyr was the opening act for the reggae funk band Braata during a concert Friday at the Main Street Café.
90 years ago June 13, 1919 Manteca looked like a real city Saturday night with a string of machines three blocks long and hundreds of people on the streets and the band discoursing sweet music. The only bad feature was that several of the stores were not lighted. It looks bad and all business houses should be lighted, at least on Saturday night. 80 years ago June 13, 1929 Plans are underway to ...
The City of Manteca in partnership with Big League Dreams will be sponsoring a community wide Independence Day Fireworks event at Big League Dreams on Friday July 3.
Manteca could stabilize its power costs by switching to renewable energy sources. They could include: •converting sewer or methane gas to electricity through a bio gas digester. •solar photovoltaic installation to generate electricity. •a biomass generator to turn garbage into electricity. Navigant Consulting has completed an assessment report that determined those three options are economically viable while options to convert the municipal vehicle fleet such as garage trucks and pickups to alternative fuel use didn't ...
There's a "Little Chef" at David and Sylvia's Restaurant creating his own signature mini-pizzas.
Jason Elenes enjoys the Family Unity Night in the Neighborhood. The incoming Manteca High sophomore along with Richard and Arthur Hernandez live not too far from the FUN Club Inc. program held at Southside Christian Church. "I like to come here and play sports," Elenes said on Friday. "And Quincy tells us stuff that's helpful." He's referring to Quincy McClain, pastor of the church located at 314 Locust Ave., Manteca. She hopes to someday move ...
Sister Ann Venita Britto and Cecilia D'Mello go back to their days in India. Both Daughters of the Cross were in the same convent. D'Mello, who was in Rome for 10 years, is currently serving the Tracy community, having just spent the past 16 years in New York, where she helped out at St. Francis Hospital the Heart Center in Roslyn. She's a certified medical assistant. D'Mello was in Manteca Wednesday for the Feast of ...
The three men that authorities believe are responsible for the shooting death of a 51-year-old Manteca man back in June will find out Monday when their case will go to trial.
More than 55 million pounds of dirty linen will pass through Crothall Laundry Services' 60,000 square-foot facility once it's completed next year.
Manteca-Lathrop Boys & Girls Club member Mealiah Watson was challenged to use a real canvas to create a painting about something she loved.
Food banks depending on the Turkeys R Us drive in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop won't be able to assist all needy families asking for help with the traditional Thanksgiving meal.
Carrie Rogers tried to learn as much as possible about the New Affordable Care Act.
If you ever wonder what firefighters – and fire chiefs – do when they are not climbing ladders battling fires, saving lives and risking life and limb, wonder no more.
If you have some canned food or other non-perishable good you can spare, help Manteca Boy Scouts do a good deed on Saturday.
Lourdes Amick and her family can rest easy – but not completely.
Levi Huffman charged down the final stretch, building speed like a cyclone along Doxey Park's cyclone fence.
LATHROP – After 51 years the Pilkington glass plant will close its doors.
The first-ever Toys for Tots Golf Tournament is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 23.
Something that's been around for nearly a half century is bound to evolve into a number of things.
By ROSE ALBANO RISSO
Kristin Olsen has her personal feelings about the Affordable Care Act.
They're the Mustang Marathoners.