It's wearing thin. Real thin.
Manteca wants to put a high speed fiber optic system in place to provide security and other uses at municipal facilities including bus stops.
What were they thinking?
Manteca, in just a matter of years, will have the longest continuous dedicated urban bikeway in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
It isn't about them.
It didn't seem right to Manteca City Council members that the city collected $358.78 per home or undeveloped lot in the Union Ranch neighborhood over the past year to maintain a park that now won't be completed until mid-2013.
Bicyclists and walkers today cover the ground that once hosted a vital Manteca economic link to United States markets.
Mike Davis was riding shotgun with me the one and only time I have ever been pulled over for suspicion of drunken driving.
They all made that clear.
It'll cost at least $225,000 to bring technology in the Manteca City Council chambers at the Civic Center into the 21st century.
A huge jump in insurance costs combined with having only a handful of paid entries has prompted the Manteca Chamber of Commerce to cancel this year's Memorial Day parade.
Things are going to become a bit cooler for those who use the picnic tables at Woodward Park.
It is a sight I will never forget.
A sea of solar panels could one day shade vehicles at the Big League Dreams parking lot while helping reduce Manteca's $1.1 million annual electrical bill for the municipal wastewater treatment plant.
There's more in the works that just a Perko's restaurant at Woodbridge Center East in North Manteca.
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How high's the water, mama?
The situation involving the integrity of the San Joaquin River levees and the impacts that is creating as of 12:01 a.m. this morning
If you have a home security system you are likely spending $360 a year or so to guard against financial loss.
The big test is coming.
Ten days ago Mike -a Bulletin reader - called about being played by any elderly woman panhandling.
The San Joaquin River that is imperiling farms in South Manteca and roughly 40,000 residents in Lathrop and Weston Ranch would be less of ...
California as a civilized state is a fluke.
If I had a day to show off a friend who has never stepped foot in Manteca before why I like living here I'd ...
Lathrop Road is a mess and is likely to get a loss worse.
It's not your imagination. Manteca's streets are getting dangerous.
Manteca is not taking any chances.
Pallets often become essential for navigating Manteca Unified school campuses during extensive periods of rain.
High stakes behind-the-scenes jockeying has been underway for the past two days as South County officials scramble to get the state bureaucracy to take steps ...
Pity a University of California peace officer, especially those assigned to double-standard campuses such as Berkeley and Davis where unrestrained free speech is reserved for ...
"Sediment has been identified as a significant contributor to the aggradation of the San Joaquin River and reduces its capacity to carry flood waters." - Excerpt ...
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