What is obscene cussing and should the government regulate it?
Manteca municipal layoffs may not be over after all.
It is obvious a city doesn't adopt rules just to adopt rules.
The clock is running for Doug Zirpel.
Manteca has enough votes under all redistricting scenarios on the table to determine who will serve on the South San Joaquin Irrigation board from three of the five districts in future elections.
Sacramento can't control its urge to spend more money than they collect but they can tell the rest of us how to go about living our lives.
I'm seeing pink today.
Chuck Palmer is on a mission.
It hasn't rained for more than 40 days and 40 nights.
Austin Road Business Park - a planned 1,049-acre development in southeast Manteca - is starting to get nibbles of interest.
Rents are on the move again.
Fifteen years ago this week emergency crews plugged the McKinley Avenue underpass with a 12-foot high dirt plug covered with plastic sheeting.
Volunteers exclusively answered fire alarms in Manteca up until 52 years ago.
A Manteca success story can be found at 528 West Yosemite Avenue.
Eight families will soon christen the renovated HOPE Family Shelter as they begin an odyssey to rebuild their lives.
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"Though the great salmon runs were only in Northern California rivers, steelhead trout were trapped, speared or hooked as they returned to from the sea ...
Twenty-four years ago Gary Singh was struggling to learn English.
A state bid to increase the net annual number of new fish on three rivers that provide the economic lifeblood for the Northern San Joaquin ...
Breakfast omelets at a Sizzler?
Newcomer Gary Singh and incumbent Debby Moorhead will take the oath of office during a special Manteca City Council meeting set for 4 o'clock ...
Manteca is moving to level the playing field when it comes to fees charged - or not charged - to collect garbage.
I was near the top of Thimble Peak some 6,381 feet above the floor of Death Valley. What I saw before me was a ...
The largest residential development so far in Manteca history - and one that is slowly changing the city's demographics -is the progression of an idea ...
Manteca's first industrial employer wasn't Spreckels Sugar.
Ed Powers was a 24-year-old when he arrived in Manteca with a dream.
Manteca's traditional lighting of the city Christmas tree on Thursday kicks off an evening of holiday fun at the Civic Center.
Manteca's Post Office on Maple Avenue was built 77 years ago.
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared on Aug. 15, 2012.
Spanish explorers climbing to the top of Mt. Diablo in the early summer of 1776 thought they had stumbled onto a great inland lake.
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