One of the few vehicles that travel South Powers Avenue between Marin Street and Yosemite Avenue at the posted 25 mph speed limit are Manteca fire engines even when they are responding to an emergency with red lights and sirens.
Manteca's first roundabout designed to address a pre-existing traffic problem may go in on South Powers Avenue at Hutchings Street in a bid to improve the safety of children walking to and from Lincoln School.
If you're a typical PG&E customer using 850 kilowatts hours per month brace yourself for a possible $17.44 jump in your monthly power bill on Jan. 1, 2011.
The annexation of 240 acres immediately south of the developed neighborhoods around Woodward Park will accommodate 863 more single family homes.
Americans no longer have the concept of shame nor community responsibility.
Garfield Avenue that slices through the Manteca High campus could be closed during school hours and school -sponsored events such as football games.
PG&E is threatening to sue the South San Joaquin Irrigation District over a 24-inch natural gas pipeline project in rural South Manteca that the SSJID board refused to rubber stamp.
How can PG&E get a free pass from strict California water quality standards involving what can be discharged into the San Joaquin River and Delta when municipalities, farmers, and other businesses are held to significantly higher standards?
Trash and junk was stacked as high as the 6-foot fence and covered almost the entire back and side yards.
A drug store plus a fast food restaurant have signed deals to locate at the Stadium Retail Center where the Dress Barn and Jo-Ann's Fabrics are scheduled to open next month.
Manteca is talking about actually getting tougher with property maintenance regulations.
The typical transaction involving an existing home closing escrow in Manteca is flat – for now.
Manteca's economy was on a roll in 2005 and so were criminals.
Zoning – arguably the biggest impact on private property that government has – could have sweeping changes in the coming months in Manteca.
Downtown Manteca's future is looking up – literally.
The drought means upwards of 200 more families in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop will struggle this Thanksgiving to put food on their table, let alone a traditional feast.
It's no trick: If you are under 21 and get pulled over tonight - or any time for that matter -driving after taking just a sip of alcohol you will likely lose your license.
The advantage of working past midnight – if you want to call it that – is you become familiar with a Manteca few see.
An art auction with original creations by budding artists is part of this year's Manteca-Lathrop Boys & Girls Club Telethon set for Monday, Nov. 24, and Tuesday, Nov. 25, on Comcast Cable 97.
City of Manteca garbage crews on Tuesday had to call for assistance to clear three homeless out of a commercial trash bin and enclosure for a fast food restaurant where they had been camping, sleeping, and apparently scavenging food.
You notice in February that your smoke detector is malfunctioning.
Manteca's homeless problem is multi-faceted.
The $1 million "beautification" of Louise Avenue using state tax dollars restricted for that purpose has plenty of detractors.
It's hard not to respect candidates for local elective office, especially in small communities like Manteca.
Ready for a flashback?
Pity the folks within several blocks of Sierra High trying to have a nice quiet Friday evening watching the World Series on television.
The loss of farmland to build employment centers, retail and housing as part of the Austin Road Business Park could cost developers as much as $15.2 million.
The tallest "pine tree" in Manteca is going to be "planted" along Button Avenue.
Panhandling has gone high tech.
There's more road work on the way for Manteca motorists to contend with.