They definitely won't ever be popular on YouTube.
Eight commercial remodels accounted for just under $3 million of new construction activity in Manteca during January.
There's a 66.6 percent chance that trains will "fly" through Manteca at speeds over 100 mph if the California High Speed Rail system is completely implemented.
Donna Strange doesn't want to see more homes built in Manteca until foreclosures that are plaguing neighborhoods – including her own south of Woodward Park – are absorbed by the market.
Roundabouts aren't new inventions.
By DENNIS WYATT
By DENNIS WYATT
Affordable housing is all the rage. Politicians want it. Builders want it. Home buyers want it.
The long-awaited Highway 99 landscaping at the twin Highway 120 interchanges is finally in the pipeline.
It costs Manteca taxpayers $397,000 a year to provide power for 4,800 street lights.
There's a new bottom line coming to City Hall – performance-based budgeting.
Palm Beach in Florida is the winter play land of the Eastern Seaboard's old money.
QUESTION: What can slow down traffic yet keep it moving, ease air pollution, eliminate the need for electricity, reduce future municipal maintenance costs, and help keep new housing costs down?
The Stanislaus River basin that the South County depends on to irrigate crops and supply municipal water to Manteca, Lathrop, and Tracy is at 114 percent of normal for snowpack.
The double-crested cormorant is not on any endangered species list.
It's now the $310 million question.
Stockton Police are alleging Manteca Unified School District board member Sam Fant is a person of interest in an Internet café gambling operation.
Brooke Riley shot an even-par 37 to lead East Union's 246-288 win over Manteca at Manteca Park Golf Course. Monday's win moves the Lancers to 5-0 in the Valley Oak League.
What's right with the world?
The Moving Wall - an 80 percent replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C., - is returning to Manteca a little more than 20 years after its first appearance.
Editor's note: This is an abbreviated version of a column about the Manteca High Vietnam Moving Wall ceremonies that former Manteca High student and Congressional Medal of Honor recipient Sammy Davis appeared at that was published in March of 1993.
You can tell a lot about a city by its garbage.
Water is water, right?
She's a single woman in Manteca in her 50s.
It rained 0.51 inches in Manteca on Thursday.
There is no delicate way to put this. The folks who run the City of Manteca day-to-day are out of touch with the people they serve.
Government doesn't - and shouldn't - have all the answers.
"People have a right to privacy."
Josh Herbert is not a happy camper.