There was a time when parents were reluctant to allow their kids to go to the Manteca skate park.
Civic leaders are being asked Tuesday to put in place a citywide development fee deferral program in a bid to retain and attract employers to Manteca.
The southeast quadrant of the Highway 120 Bypass/Main Street interchange is being opened up for development thanks to a $900,000 infusion of federal funds.
Anglers know where the best water is to catch fish. It is usually the cleanest water on the river. It explains why you can often find fisherman huddled around the outlet that sends treated wastewater from Manteca back into the San Joaquin River. Returning water that is cleaner that what can be found in the San Joaquin River is the end process of a journey that takes about 10 hours once you flush your toilet. ...
Manteca's unemployment rate improved for the third straight month in June. While Manteca made a modest one-tenth of a percent drop all others San Joaquin County cities saw a jump in unemployment numbers of at least fourth-tenths of a percent in June. Overall San Joaquin County jobless rate dropped slightly from 15.6 to 15.5 percent on the strength of agricultural jobs. The Employment Development Department reported Manteca's jobless rate at 13.5 percent for June, down ...
In better times proceeding with the planting of 250 trees along the Tidewater Bikeway's Moffat Boulevard leg would be a no brainer.
Residential and auto burglary took major drops in Manteca during May plunging 45 and 58 percent respectively over May of 2008.
Prices in Manteca's resale housing market have slipped back almost to 1997 levels. That's good news for buyers armed with 2009 paychecks. It is bad news for government. Sometime in the coming weeks, the San Joaquin County Assessor's Office will mail property value reassessment notices. The new assessment for tax bills being mailed in November by law will reflect the market value on Jan. 1, 2009 It means thousands upon thousands of Manteca's homeowners will ...
Manteca's annual rally to bring citizens together to combat crime starts this year with a community block party on Sunday, Aug. 2, at Library Park from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The South County real estate market is beginning to look more and more like a bad sequel to the 1963 treasure hunt farce entitled "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad, World."
"Keys for cash" may sound like a game or a big money giveaway but it isn't. Those who reside in a foreclosed home – renting or one they once legally owned – who get a knock on the door and try to up the ante are playing a no-win game "Keys for Cash" is the moniker given to the process where banks offer those occupying a home they have repossession of "x" amount of money ...
A dedicated group of volunteers from Crossroads Grace Community Church may allow the city to move forward with long-stalled plans to start landscaping the Moffat Boulevard leg of the Tidewater Bikeway.
How the California Legislature is dealing with the state's $24.6 billion deficit could increase crime in Manteca while at the same time force police to decide what crimes to pursue.
Proposition 13 has become the whipping boy for many playing the blame game for the current budget deficit as well as the weakened condition of public education in California.
In the beginning, they were simply clerks. Then they became associates. And now at places like Nordstrom's they're personal navigators. Whatever the name, their job is still the same - helping make shopping easier for you. However, there are always a few apples that spoil the reputation of the whole bunch. We're not just talking minor nuisances here. It's the full Monty of rudeness from people who are unclear on the concept of customer service. ...
Austin Road Business Park could emerge as the top concentration of non-public sector employment for Ripon residents.
Dick Durham knows that the $75 it cost for a ticket to Wednesday's 34th annual Holiday Affair staged by the Manteca Soroptimists is well spent.
A commitment letter could set the stage for the creation of 9,134 more jobs to chip away at Manteca's 10.1 percent unemployment rate.
The time may come when we refer to the good old days as when leaf blowers and cranked up music at parties along with buzzing flies were the most annoying sounds in our neighborhoods.
Richard Silverman is seeking one of two Manteca City Council seats up for grabs in November 2014.
Members of the Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police (SHARP) Rapid Response Team are the unsung heroes of the effort to keep the homeless warm during the recent string of freezing overnight temperatures.
Everyone who can makes an effort to remember less fortunate kids at Christmas who would otherwise go without gifts by donating toys and clothing to various collection efforts.
HANFORD - Dairy farmers in these parts – and the rest of California for that matter – do not operate in a fantasy world.
It's freezing at night but still people let their lawn sprinklers go creating major safety hazards on sidewalks and elsewhere.
Raymus Homes: The Next Generation is moving forward with Oleander Estates west of South Union Road and straddling Woodward Avenue.
The California Alliance for Retired Americans is conducting a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 11, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Manteca Transit Center at South Main Street and Moffat Boulevard regarding what they refer to as "cuts and closures at Kaiser Manteca Medical Center".
The nice thing about the 3.7 million water tank going up on Atherton Drive is that you won't see much of it.
A private lodging tax is the linchpin that financial experts believe is crucial for a complex deal to secure a 500-room Great Wolf Resort Lodge to make sense for the City of Manteca.
It's the $75 ticket that keeps on giving.
"Fill my heart with song and let me sing forever more." - from Frank Sinatra's "Fly Me to the Moon"