Evelyn Prouty hasn't cut her own lawn for three weeks.
It is beginning to look like hundreds of struggling families in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop will go without a traditional turkey meal on Thanksgiving and may have to settle for food bank staples such as macaroni and cheese.
It definitely isn't your father's water park.
A multi-million dollar price tab to comply with stricter arsenic standards handed down by the Environmental Protection Agency is hitting the pocketbooks of Manteca water users a bit softer.
I was walking through the Kankakee Daily-Journal offices during a visit with friends in Illinois back in 1989.
Belagio Apartments - a 152-unit income restricted complex - could be built on East Atherton Drive.
Willie Weatherford is an "aw shucks" kind of guy.
Ed Fonseca invested $750,000 in a building, met all state and local government requirements, and created jobs by going into business for himself.
Library Park has never been your typical park.
It was moving at a pretty good clip.
Two ballot measures passed by wide margins by California voters could impact Manteca municipal services in different ways.
The 1,049-acre Austin Road Business Park development project envisioned south of Manteca and west of Highway 99 is projected to generate as many as 13,000 jobs and up to 10,200 residents.
Pennies add up.
Bicyclists and walkers today cover the ground that once hosted a vital Manteca economic link to United States markets.
The days of free construction water are over.
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What happened to the Jerry Brown of old?
Vince Hernandez wants to identify options for a satellite library south of the `120 Bypass.
Manteca is getting a sixth Chevron gas station and Food Mart.
Question: How far can you lob a mini-pumpkin using a 6-foot bazooka-style barrel with sights?
Some thought Ron Dell'Osso was out of his gourd.
Your body is your temple.
The fledging Great Valley Bookfest - now in its fourth year - is the latest chapter in the book being written to not just elevate literacy rates ...
Manteca for the third straight month fell short of the state-mandated goal to reduce overall water use by 32 percent over 2013 consumption levels.
Why does Manteca - a city of 73,000 – still have a library that was designed for a community of 36,000?
Cracking pavement on South Main Street just north of the 120 Bypass has irked motorists for years.
Tired of Manteca sounding like Kabul due to the firing of illegal fireworks?
Mayor Steve DeBrum is convinced the acronym "FEZ" will in the not-too-distant future be associated with jobs and prosperity.
There's a possibility that another firm and not Great Wolf Resorts will end up operating a 500-room resort hotel with an indoor water park ...
A drop in golf course revenue may translate into higher green fees.
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