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Recycling changes: Has City of Manteca tried to see what other cities are doing?
How much thought went into the “new” trash cart move? Do you remember how long it took the American people to start recycling their trash? We used to have the “use it — then throw it away” mentality. It took the longest time to change.
BEN CANTU: ‘IT’S A PRIVILEGE TO BUILD IN MANTECA, NOT A RIGHT’
Mayor Ben Cantu minutes after being sworn-in Tuesday as Manteca’s mayor as the city starts its second century made it clear that he has a distinct perspective on growth. “It’s a privilege to build in Manteca, not a right,” Cantu said before a standing room crowd at the Civic Center council chambers.
Suspect in Deadly Shooting Outside Popular Stockton Bar Arrested
STOCKTON — Stockton detectives have arrested a suspect in a deadly shooting outside a popular bar. Santana Sanchez was arrested on suspicion of shooting 29-year-old Wesley Major on Nov. 2 in the parking lot behind Basil’s, according to the Stockton Police Department.
Five arrested in three October shootings in Modesto that left two dead
Modesto Police have arrested five people in connection with two homicides and an attempted homicide that occurred in October. All of the cases — all of which were shootings — were related to gang activity and drugs, said Modesto Police Department spokeswoman Sharon Bear. All five suspects are member
Mum spits in face of Christmas elf in Stockton shopping centre
An angry mum spat in the face of an elf at a shopping centre Christmas grotto. The woman lost her temper when told she could not take her child into the grotto in Stockton-on-Tees because she did not have a booking, police said.
Manteca Unified trustees take oath of office
Cathy Pope Gottschall and Marie Freitas were formally sworn into office Tuesday as the recently elected members of the Manteca Unified School District following the Nov. 6 general election.
Manteca seats its most diverse City Council
The composition of the new Manteca City Council was not lost on Joanne Jamerson who was part of the standing room only crowd that saw the changing of the guard on the City Council at the Civic Center Tuesday as Manteca started its second century as an incorporated city. Manteca now has its most dive
Stockton men identified as fatalities in Turlock crash
The three young men killed in a solo vehicle collision in Turlock have all been identified as Stockton residents. The deceased were identified as Angel Munoz, 19, and brothers Sean and Kurtis Acosta, who were 20 and 19 years old, respectively.
Cantu: Expectations by some is mountains will move; reality dictates lesser movement
Let’s be honest. Many people never expected Ben Cantu to get elected as Manteca’s mayor. After five unsuccessful bids the Energizer Bunny of Manteca politics got elected. Come Tuesday shortly after 5 p.m. Cantu will be Manteca’s mayor.
Bay Area entrepreneur hitting it big with new future for recycling
MANTECA, Calif. (KGO) -- Tons of cardboard that would have been dumped in the trash are being turned into a first-of-its kind product - a paper bottle. The bottles were created by Oakland entrepreneur Julie Corbett, whose story sounds like an episode of the TV show Shark Tank.
Antioch Police Department adds another officer
Staffing back up to 99 sworn officers after loss of two. Andrea grew up in San Leandro and moved to Manteca at the age of 13. In 2006, she graduated from Sierra High School. After graduating high school, she attended CSU Eastbay, where she played basketball and graduated with a Bachelor of Science d
6 accused in spree appear in court
STOCKTON — If all goes as scheduled, the preliminary hearing for six suspects in a gang-related crime spree that included three homicides will begin in less than a month. The suspects were in court Monday morning for a brief session before Judge Lauren Thomasson attended by, among others, the mother
Pedestrian laying on tracks struck, killed by train
STOCKTON — A pedestrian laying on the railroad tracks was killed by a freight train traveling through Stockton early Monday morning, police reported. The fatality was the third this year in the vicinity of a city park frequented by homeless people.
3 dead in series of unrelated vehicle crashes
STOCKTON — Three people died in three unrelated solo vehicle crashes in recent days, according to the California Highway Patrol. Early Monday morning, the CHP was called to the scene of a vehicle that had driven off westbound Highway 4 just west of Interstate 5 in Stockton’s Port District, traveled
Tulare man shoots and kills neighbor's dog for urinating on his lawn and vehicle
TULARE COUNTY, California - A man was arrested after deputies say he killed his neighbor's dog for urinating on his yard. 23-year-old Modesto Ramos was booked into the Tulare County Jail for animal cruelty causing death, possession of banned assault weapons and negligent discharge of firearm.
MORE HOMES IN MELLO ROOS DISTRICT
Developers are stepping up to continue to help pay for more classrooms to house students generated by growth. Three new neighborhoods — North Main Commons on North Main Street at Northgate Drive as well as Denali and Cerri in southwest Manteca representing 1,168 new homes — have agreed to pay not on
Crashes surge at Riverbank intersection where sheriff's deputy was killed
MODESTO, Calif. — If viewing on the ABC10 app, click here for multimedia. It was just four days ago that friends, family and admirers said their goodbyes to fallen Stanislaus County Deputy Tony Hinostroza.
JOINT USE FOR POOL & ARTS
Manteca High needs a replacement swimming pool. The City of Manteca wants a new swimming. Manteca High has an outdated performing arts center. The City of Manteca has a performing arts center on its wish list.
Police appeal to trace missing teenager last seen in Stockton
Police are appealing to trace a missing teenager who was last seen in Stockton. Jacques Malakai, 15, was last seen on Saturday evening. It is believed he travelled to York on Sunday with friends and could still be in this area.
Meetings, club events in and around Modesto (12/10/18)
What: Modesto City Schools Board of Education Meeting. Where: Modesto City Schools Staff Development Rooms, 425 Locust St. Info: For agenda information, visit www.mcs4kids.com, scroll over “District,” click “Board of Education” and select agendas for Monday’s business. For more information, call 209