McKinley Avenue will one day slash through people's property where they live.
Manteca builders ended 2010 by accelerating housing starts for the third best December on record.
It's time to save the United States Postal Service.
Manteca's proposed expressway could end up being a major truck route.
Requiring the developers of the proposed 1,650-home Trails of Manteca project to use recycled wastewater to irrigate 75 acres of parkland is a good start but it doesn't go far enough.
Color the envisioned 1,650 living unit at the proposed Trails of Manteca purple.
Don't expect any Herculean effort to find a way to move traffic quicker through downtown Manteca.
Manteca's first major apartment construction project in six years will break ground this spring.
Union Ranch is a unique neighborhood for many reasons.
Knowledge is the key to home ownership.
Manteca once bragged that it was the Crossroads of California.
Some 130 Manteca residents lost their jobs in December to push Manteca's unemployment rate to the highest level since the start of World War II.
There is no law governing what you can and cannot do to the American flag.
It took Atherton Homes 2 ½ years to sell four homes larger than 4,000 square feet.
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The 14-year long hunt for a location to serve as Manteca's first dog park may come to an end for the third time.
A bold move by farmers to form the South San Joaquin Irrigation District 106 years ago literally changed the economic fortunes of Manteca, Ripon, and ...
It was the grand dame of Manteca.
Think the wet weather may bring relief eventually to the drought-ravaged Stanislaus River basin?
The adage that fences make good neighbors needs an addendum in Manteca as they also create animosity between residents and the city.
Volunteers exclusively answered fire alarms in Manteca up until 57 years ago.
Tule fog - the Northern San Joaquin Valley's home grown safety hazard - is expected to return this winter with a vengeance after being sidelined by ...
The economy is dicey, right?
Father Joe is among those who understand the American tradition of Thanksgiving. Father Joe was a priest at St. Joseph's Catholic Church just three ...
Ever see a turkey in the wild in the Sierra foothills?
The weather outside may be frightful but potential buyers are flocking to River Islands at Lathrop as if it is the heighth of the summer ...
Central Valley Association Realtors - keeping with the tradition of caring for their neighbors started by two of their own 17 years ago - have given Turkeys ...
Jacob Gomes was out in the field Monday.
California is not Europe. Nor is the Golden State Japan.
Call it the 800 turkey weekend.
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