Del Webb is doing more than just selling the lion's share of homes in Manteca.
There are a lot of reasons to criticize PG&E's upper management.
The long-awaited Manteca BMX track at Spreckels Recreation Park has hit another snag - general liability insurance.
Candy, kids, and eggs can only mean one thing – it's time for community Easter egg hunts.
Gamers will soon have another place in Manteca to buy everything from new and used game platforms to game software.
The Humane Society believes it is animal cruelty to slaughter a pig that is too feeble to walk.
Why is Del Webb at Woodbridge selling one out of every five new homes in Manteca?
Editor's note: This is a shorter version of a column that first appeared in 1993.
Sammy Davis - a man whose bravery beyond the call of duty in the Vietnam War made him a Congressional Medal of Honor recipient - is being inducted into the 2010 Manteca Hall of Fame.
Manteca's biggest event - the 14th annual Crossroads Street Fair that draws crowds in excess of 35,000 - has just 10 vendor spaces left.
I'm 54 today and I'm still not "acting my age," whatever that annoying little saying is supposed to mean.
Manteca's leaders are making a pitch for Uncle Sam's green dollars in a bid to keep a lid on future sewer costs for municipal ratepayers.
Volunteers are helping stretch the effectiveness of the Manteca Fire Department by doing re-inspection of various businesses where safety concerns and possible fire hazards were previously noted by full-time trained personnel.
Debby Moorhead would like nothing better than to see hundreds of Manteca veterans walking down flag-lined Yosemite Avenue on Memorial Day to the applause of thousands of spectators lining the street for the city's first parade honoring those who have served America.
Back in 1994 during a terse exchange over the need for a new Manteca Library, one opponent stood up in the council chambers and declared it was a moot point since public libraries would be on the way out by the year 2000.
It's the busiest time of the year - for criminals.
If your garbage is collected on Thursday and Friday normally in Manteca, it won't happen for the next two weeks.
Vinyl records are supposedly making a comeback of sorts.
Any group has "the right" to open a homeless shelter for single men in Manteca as long as they do so in a general commercial zone.
The biggest threat to Manteca and Lathrop: Flood or drought?
Road work on Louise Avenue may take a little longer than expected.
The spiffy look that newly seated Councilman Mike Morowit sported at Tuesday's meeting didn't go unnoticed by Leonard Smith.
Vince Hernandez is back in the saddle.
The parents are frustrated.
Manteca could have a new councilman tonight.
Altamont Corridor Express trains could be stopping in downtown Manteca as well as downtown Ripon within five years if Stanislaus County voters approve their own version of San Joaquin County's half cent Measure K transportation sales tax during the next election cycle.
Forty-three days have passed since the resounding no confidence vote on the Manteca Unified School District board and they still don't get it.
Manteca Police are playing Santa once again for needy kids as they've done for years.
Rains may pound the Central Valley and Bay Area relentlessly but it won't help much if rain and heavy snow doesn't fall in the Sierra.
Lloyd Haworth insisted.