You don't need a crystal ball to see what direction downtown Manteca needs to take.
There's big news in Manteca new housing starts.
At least once - if not twice a month - for over 30 months Richard Hansen made his way to the City Council podium to ask basically the same question: When is City Manager Steve Pinkerton going to move to Manteca?
Manteca Unified is paying the state $139,397 for the "premature release" of bond money for three projects.
It is one of the greatest mysterious of our time.
Davis requires its city manager to live within its city limits as a condition of employment.
The next segment of the Tidewater Bike Path is expected to be in place by spring.
You need wheels.
East Yosemite Avenue between Commerce Avenue and Spreckels Avenue is a bit quieter these days.
Stockton's pending decision to pull the plug on its redevelopment agency has gotten the attention of Manteca's elected leaders.
PG&E is not a business.
Lathrop Gateway - a massive residential and business park on Manteca's doorstep northwest of McKinley Avenue and the 120 Bypass - is expected to generate a ton of traffic.
Manteca's streets were a bit less safe the first half of the year.
The new transit station being built on Moffat Boulevard could lead to an expansion of the cramped Manteca Library.
Mid-management employees for the City of Manteca have agreed to cut their compensation by $1,280,000 over the next four years.
Page 278 of 483
The 20th century dawned in Manteca without a domestic water system, a public sewer, or even electricity.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca history.
The 1930s could be characterized as Manteca's "quiet decade" if it weren't for the first major flood of the 20th century, labor strife ...
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared March 26, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin. The city, 11 years later, is ...
Karen McLaughlin's tenure as Manteca's city manager came to an end this week.
Karen McLaughlin didn't start out in life with the goal of becoming a city manager.
Joanne Beattie would love to have the city turn back on the $450,000 interactive water play feature at Library Park on Tuesdays during the ...
The first commercial construction south of the 120 Bypass since the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley opened eight years ago will be a convenience store ...
Editor's note: The following is the first in a series recapping Manteca history.
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared Feb. 16, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin.
Manteca's destiny is sealed but its fate isn't.
"If you put a caring adult across from a struggling student amazing things will happen." - the late Antone Raymus
Manteca's newest fire engine rides higher for a reason.
Jeff Shields had a dilemma.
Page 1 of 11
Contents of this site are © 2016 Manteca Bulletin - All Rights Reserved