Inclement weather in January, February, and March failed to slow down growth in attendance and play at the Big league Dreams sports complex.
Why is government so out of whack? The answer is simple. We want it both ways.
The median value of homes changing hands in Manteca ended 2.5 years of freefall sometime during the summer of 2009.
Is spending $89,000 on a lobbyist in Washington, D.C., worth it?
Juveniles arrested for burglary in Manteca may soon be forced to wear ankle monitors.
PG&E's brass will do whatever it takes to protect their multi-million dollar compensation packages whether it is breaking laws, distorting the truth, or leading an effort to amend the California Constitution to shore up their monopoly.
Austen Nunes is Manteca's undisputed wheelie king.
A $500,000 "Peace Keeper" program that would interface with Manteca gangs has the total support of Manteca Police Chief David Bricker and could become a reality as soon as October.
Young kids in his neighborhood call Austen Nunes a show-off.
Don't look for a wider bridge deck any time soon at the Airport Way and Highway 120 Bypass interchange.
Decades of lip service, adding on programs and regulations willy-nilly to appease special interest groups whether they are corporate campaign contributors or advocacy groups, and the use of accounting mirrors and borrowing in advance against revenues are about to come to a head.
An almond orchard eventually will be replaced with 93 single family homes on a 24-acre parcel on the south side of Woodward Avenue to the east of Union Road.
Manteca is getting ready to purchase the last two pieces needed to expand the municipal corporation yards on Wetmore Street in a bid to centralize public works operations to reduce general fund costs by $620,000 a year.
Denver & the Mile High Orchestra is bringing its big band-style music along with a healthy dose of diverse sounds such as Earth, Wine & Fire, Stevie Wonder, and Chicago to a free show on Sunday, May 30, starting at 3 p.m. at Woodward Park.
A contingent of new American citizens – Assyrians who fled the repressive regime of Saddam Hussein in Iraq to settle in Turlock – will be present for the three-day Memorial Day Weekend commemoration in Manteca at Woodward Park.
The Stanislaus River is paying for the sins of the Central Valley Water Project.
Those beautiful blue eyes.
New homes built in Manteca may soon have a new feature - rain barrels and cisterns.
New Melones Reservoir - the linchpin dam on the Stanislaus River - is dropping again on the eve of a four-day weather system that promises to usher in March with a whimper.
What's the most popular place to dump pilfered shopping carts in Manteca?
Speaking of dog parks, there is a council adopted by the Manteca City Council - well, at least a previous council.
Copperopolis residents are worried sick.
Manteca's adopted budget calls for the city to dip into reserves to close out the books on June 30 to bridge a $592,940 structured deficit.
Wasting landscape water for some future development could become a costly proposition.
Manteca hit a milestone three month ago when the city completed its 63rd park facility.
Manteca's ugly ducking thoroughfare - Moffat Boulevard - is inching closer to swan status.
The Great Dog Park Debate is back.
Robert Davis, co-owner of Elite Arms gun shop on South Main Street, is appearing before the Manteca Patriots on Thursday, March 12, to give a rundown of current District and Supreme Court cases affecting Second Rights Amendments.
The City of Manteca wouldn't be able to build the Moffat Community Center this year for $1.16 million unless it deferred meeting the same landscape requirements it imposes on the private sector.
Business is already booming at the Tesla Super Charging Station that just opened along the 120 Bypass at the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.