Manteca is expected to have $201,482,901 in the bank when June 30, 2011 rolls around.
Manteca developers started 17 new homes in May.
State prisoners could soon get hit by sending jobs off-shore.
Spreckels Sugar plant would probably still be standing today as an abandoned and shuttered complex complete with four 15-story silos some 14 years after closing.
It isn't cheap to build state-of-the-art wastewater treatment and surface water treatment plants to meet stringent state and federal clean water standards.
Two pivotal projects that could end up making or breaking Central Manteca's future are expected to break ground in the coming months.
It's not exactly "Jaws" but the predators that lurk in the Stanislaus River unmercifully attack the young.
Manteca two years ago had 67,000 residents and 430 municipal workers.
A few years back, Manteca Waterslides did a take-off on a popular Top 40 song "Walk Like an Egyptian" to create a radio campaign dubbed "Walk Like a Manteekan" promoting the recreation water park.
Manteca is spending $20.1 million in capital improvement projects during the fiscal year starting July 1.
Almost 400 Manteca residents went back to work in Manteca to push the city's unemployment rate down to 14.1 percent for the lowest level for those without jobs since October.
Sometime on Friday afternoon when I was busy planting four Japanese maples, the earthly journey of my oldest brother Richard ended.
The late rains combined with unkempt foreclosed properties could make this a Fourth of July that some Manteca residents may never forget.
Manteca's two-story golf course clubhouse has been called a lot of things over the years.
Roy Gardner lived across the alley from my family when I was growing up in Roseville.
The need to reduce water use could turn some Manteca yards into tinder boxes.
Since 1849 when valley paths expanded into well-worn dirt roads heading toward the mines, strategically placed thoroughfares have been growth inducing in California where mobility and lifestyle are interchangeable concepts.
Manteca Unified teachers will continue to be better paid than their counterparts in Stockton Unified - and most teachers in San Joaquin County - under the latest compensation offer made by the district.
Earl Pimental devoted 31 years teaching Spanish at Manteca High and then launched a second career as a dedicated community volunteer.
When purple ribbons start showing up tied around trees and signposts throughout the community then you know the Manteca Relay for Life is getting near.
There were 2,843 single family homes destroyed and another 437 apartments lost.
Death and taxes.
The $30 million Going Digital initiative is experiencing some minor equipment hiccups.
Manteca may have to end its practice of charging larger water users more in a bid to encourage conservation.
What does Manteca need in terms of municipal parks and recreation?
The master of ceremonies for this year's Manteca Hall of Fame is Place of Refuge Pastor Mike Dillman.
Films produced by seven Sierra High students will be shown on a screen at Brenden Theaters in Vacaville on Thursday.
Roads wear out. Bridges fail after a number of years. Sewer lines deteriorate.
The Manteca Chamber of Commerce means business.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District has a plan to free up 73,000 acre feet of water that could be used to grow food in the southern valley, send water through municipal faucets, and help provide critical flows to fish or improve the quality of river water.