With all due respect, what is the point of modifying the Manteca municipal sign ordinance when it comes to temporary signs, A-frame signs, flag banner signs, and human signs?
The spring storms blanketing the Sierra aren't expected to break the back of the drought for much of California.
Mr. Pickle may be in a pickle under proposed changes to the Manteca sign ordinance.
It's been just over 50 years since Manteca got its first traffic signal to replace the flashing red light at the four-way stop at Main Street and Yosemite Avenue where Highways 99 and 120 once intersected.
A plentiful and stable water supply was responsible for a real and sustained economic boom 100 years ago in Manteca, Ripon and Escalon.
The rush hour impacts on traffic from the Yosemite Square Park project is expected to be significant enough to justify having developers make modifications to an intersection a mile away.
Is owning a home really worth it?
City of Manteca staff needs to listen to Councilman Vince Hernandez when it comes to alternative energy.
Councilman Vince Hernandez wants to do everything possible to keep Manteca sewer rates from increasing.
Want to get all warm and fuzzy about the prospect of voting for a half cent sales tax to support California education?
The current "shut down" on Woodward Avenue work is eerily familiar to Manteca Mayor Willie Weatherford and Councilman Vince Hernandez.
The late Bob Cabral's vision may one day come true for Manteca.
Gov. Jerry Brown needs all the luck he can get.
The Highway 99/120 Bypass interchange was once avoided like the plague by developers due to the smell of the Moffat Feed Lot and sugar pulp from the defunct Spreckels Sugar plant.
Manteca learned a valuable lesson in the 1990s.
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If you have a home security system you are likely spending $360 a year or so to guard against financial loss.
The big test is coming.
Ten days ago Mike -a Bulletin reader - called about being played by any elderly woman panhandling.
The San Joaquin River that is imperiling farms in South Manteca and roughly 40,000 residents in Lathrop and Weston Ranch would be less of ...
California as a civilized state is a fluke.
If I had a day to show off a friend who has never stepped foot in Manteca before why I like living here I'd ...
Lathrop Road is a mess and is likely to get a loss worse.
It's not your imagination. Manteca's streets are getting dangerous.
Manteca is not taking any chances.
Pallets often become essential for navigating Manteca Unified school campuses during extensive periods of rain.
High stakes behind-the-scenes jockeying has been underway for the past two days as South County officials scramble to get the state bureaucracy to take steps ...
Pity a University of California peace officer, especially those assigned to double-standard campuses such as Berkeley and Davis where unrestrained free speech is reserved for ...
"Sediment has been identified as a significant contributor to the aggradation of the San Joaquin River and reduces its capacity to carry flood waters." - Excerpt ...
Serious crime per 1,000 - the yardstick the FBI uses to provide apple to apple crime comparisons on an annual basis - was down ever so ...
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