Travelers on East Highway 120 may one day soon be welcomed to Manteca by a state-of-the art electronic display sign.
Additional Manteca municipal workers may lose their jobs.
He served his country for 30 years.
Public school layoffs triggered by falling tax revenues accounted for almost a third of the 14,400 jobs lost in San Joaquin County during July.
There is no entitlement mentality at 314 Locust Avenue.
Manteca's housing market continues to perform better than California as a whole when it comes to the number of existing homes being purchased.
Manteca's largest business organization is back downtown.
"Goodbye God, I'm going to Bodie!" - A quote widely attributed to have been written in the diary of a young girl whose family headed to the Eastern California gold boom town in the 1880s
Marty Harris is sounding the alarm.
The former engineer of a township that has the highest income among United States communities of at least 10,000 people will serve on the Manteca Planning Commission.
Losing weight is healthy.
Uncle Sam's ever tightening air quality standards may end up banning new businesses from opening and prevent the expansion of existing businesses throughout the San Joaquin Valley including Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop.
There's room at the inn.
Manteca leaders no longer want to assume they know what neighborhoods need and want.
Free speech has never been absolute.
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It sounds like a pothead's nirvana.
Tired of your neighborhood looking and sounding like a firefight in Kabul?
Manteca is practicing what it preaches in how it manages landscape maintenance districts.
When it comes to providing a good, solid education Ripon Unified means business.
Simply feeding kids in the summer to make sure they don't hungry isn't enough for the Manteca Unified Nutritional Education program.
One of Manteca's best kept secrets is that downtown is still viable by a long shot.
So what are Manteca taxpayers' getting for the $475,000 investment in a parks and recreation master plan produced by the RJM Design Group that ...
It's a question I'm constantly asked: Isn't it dangerous to hike by myself in the Sierra or Death Valley?
The days of Manteca landing big fish using redevelopment money are winding down.
Sometimes having a hot time isn't cool at all.
Starting at high noon today it will be legal to use safe and sane for 156 consecutive hours in Manteca to midnight on Monday.
Want better communication with Manteca City Hall?
It is costing Manteca taxpayers $475,000 so the city can have a plan for the next 20 years about what they should do to ...
Every Ripon Unified student from kindergarten through 12th grade will be using Chromebooks by the end of 2017.
Is the epic struggle the South San Joaquin Irrigation District has undertaken to replace PG&E as the retail power supplier for Manteca, Ripon, and ...
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