Free speech has never been absolute.
You have probably never met Ernest Duenez Jr.
The biggest property owner in downtown Manteca is poised to spend another $6.1 million in its bid to lure people to the city's heart.
Jeff Shields understands that folks who live among orchards and dairies in South Manteca and just west of Ripon are getting a bit stressed with all of the South San Joaquin Irrigation District construction.
On his way to work every day South San Joaquin Irrigation District General Manager Jeff Shields goes by a number of Knife River vehicles parked at restaurants and at gas stations on Ripon.
By DENNIS WYATT
"We have nothing to fear but fear itself." - Excerpt from President Franklin D. Roosevelt's first inauguration speech in 1933
Manteca is preparing to comply with a directive from Gov. Jerry Brown to pony up redevelopment agency money while at the same time joining a lawsuit to stop Sacramento from taking the money.
Drive-by shootings and other aggravated assaults continued to drop in Manteca during June.
Manteca Unified has a high school graduation rate significantly higher than the statewide rate.
Back in the late 1880s, a man named Joshua Cowell set out from Nevada to seek his fortune in the Great Central Valley.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop could end up being a trendsetting 21st century California community complete with a high speed rail station.
"Never underestimate Joe Six Pack's need to buy the latest and greatest tech products." - Brian Marshall, an analyst at Gleacher & Co.
Pastor Cesar Buitrago wants to offer hope to those struggling in today's economic climate.
Why are we so patient with the California High Speed Rail Authority?
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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.
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