Manteca's next mural will celebrate family and the community's cultural diversity.
The 47,800 acres in San Joaquin County planted in almonds primarily surrounding Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon yielded 47,300 tons of the nuts in 2009.
Monterey - the birthplace of California government - was chosen by the Spaniards for that dubious honor in 1777 due to the great natural bay and the ample fresh water from the nearby Carmel River.
Replacing a residential electrical service may soon cost you $148 in municipal building inspection fees.
Green aliens are coming to Woodward Park when the sun sets Saturday.
With all due respect to F. Scott Fitzgerald, state workers are different than you and me.
here are upwards of 4,200 dogs that aren't fixed in Manteca.
Wording of a city ordinance adopted in January 2008 inadvertently made it illegal to park a "fifth wheel" mobile home trailer on a city street or alley without it being hitched to a vehicle.
I do not like fireworks - at least the ones you buy and set off.
Manteca celebrates our nation's independence today.
Manteca firefighters who "Filled the Boot" last month for Jerry's Kids were in violation of municipal law that prohibits the solicitation of money for any reason within 100 feet of an intersection.
Eight years ago this Sunday a new municipal law went into effect to try to stem aggressive panhandlers.
The mercury - for those old enough to remember when you didn't click on weather.com to find what the outside temperature is but instead actually stepped outside to read an old-style thermometer - is expected to reach the 100-degree mark on the Fourth of July.
Manteca is investing $9.2 million into transit-related projects in the coming 12 months.
Manteca is delaying plans to hire four more police officers and three firefighters using the Measure M public safety sales tax receipts for at least a year.
Folks bellyaching about their lawns being less green in order to meet a state mandated 25 percent water use cutback may want to consider themselves lucky.
Chevrolet's old ad jingle "solid like a rock" is resonating well with Manteca Police and taxpayers.
So how goes Manteca's war on the homeless?
Some things never change.
Commuters to the Bay Area that have to cross the Bay Bridge, San Mateo, Dumbarton, San Rafael, Carquinez or Golden Gate bridges will be able to buy the new FasTrak transponders that you can set for one, two or three passengers in Manteca starting July.
Crews drilling at Lincoln School on Tuesday weren't looking to sink a well for water.
Demolition crews started tearing down the Lincoln Park group picnic area shelter on Tuesday.
There is a fine line between being cautious and paranoia.
The last hurrah of the Manteca Redevelopment Agency's housing bonds could end up providing 40 units of senior independent housing for low- and very low-income seniors.
It's nice to know I'm not the only one that doesn't trust the Internal Revenue Service or the Franchise Tax Board.
You've seen them before.
Double-digit growth in emergency room visits at Doctors Hospital of Manteca is a byproduct of the Affordable Care Act.
The steel framework of the 3,600-square-foot building going up on Moffat Boulevard is more than just the future home of the Manteca Veterans Center.
Salinity levels at Vernalis south of Manteca would not be so high if the Hypocrites-by-the Bay in the Green Environmental Perfection movement did their fair share to protect fish.
California's lawns are soaking up precious water.