Now that 1,765 more kids are walking to school due to Manteca Unified budget cuts that has dropped much in-town busing, Manteca Councilman Vince Hernandez believes law enforcement needs to step up public awareness of registered sex offenders.
San Francisco Supervisor David Campos is an All American success story.
The median resale price of a home today in Manteca is $176,250.
Graffiti tagging is a wanton act of vandalism.
Whether the Spreckels Recreation BMX course will ever open for use comes down to $2,400.
PG&E is pushing a statewide imitative requiring a two-thirds vote before any government agency can either go into the retail power business for themselves, join an existing non-profit provider such as Modesto Irrigation District or simply break away from the for-profit San Francisco-based business.
Now – more than ever - it is essential one spends their money wisely.
Every government action has an unintended reaction.
The impromptu geysers that happen every time someone shears off a fire hydrant aren't all that rare of an occurrence.
First there were the Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police.
Manteca is receiving at least $4.8 million in federal stimulus funds with efforts underway to secure even more.
The bleakest stretch of the Tidewater Bikeway that doubles as a 34-acre linear park through Manteca's heart may soon sport 250 trees.
Tevanie Deanne Lantz by all accounts was a good person and a good mom.
Pedestrians no longer have to walk on the edge of travel lanes to avoid large pools of water during the rainy season or cross rutted ground during dry weather while walking on the northern side of East Yosemite Avenue between Cottage Avenue and Powers Avenue.
It is costing $400 to provide a 30-day trial that is allowing Manteca Transit service to southwest Airport Way neighborhoods that do not have sidewalks connecting to areas north of the Highway 120 Bypass or even neighborhood schools.
The Union Road bridge crossing the 120 Bypass will have four lanes within the next three years if all goes according to plan.
Jeff Shields makes "great" Mickey Mouse pancakes.
Civil discourse – an American tradition that seems to have suffered as society has become more impersonal – is back. Well, kind of back.
Manteca is setting the stage for a possible future business park on city-owned land at the wastewater treatment plant.
Water starts flowing in South San Joaquin Irrigation District canals Monday as the region's farmers face the bleakest drought year since 1924 when nearly half of the county's farms faced foreclosure due to a lack of water.
The Comet has returned.
Stewart Tract in 1988 was the last place anyone except the principals of Somerston Group thought could be transformed into a cutting edge, planned community with 11,000 homes.
Twenty miles from the heart of San Jose you will find two things that contrast sharply with its image as the Capital of the Silicon Valley.
If you live in Manteca and own a pit bull breed you either have to get it fixed, qualify as a legitimate breeder through a set of tight rules, or risk becoming a criminal and having the dog destroyed.
Call it a silver lining.
Distribution and warehousing are spurring job growth in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
Cold water salmon and the Delta smelt.
A hunter back in the late 1990s shot a rabbit along Paradise Cut on Stewart Tract.
The riparian brush rabbit is an endangered species now limited to just two tiny populations in Caswell State Park six miles south of Manteca and other spots further downstream.
The second a stolen vehicle rolls onto one of four bridges that will access River Islands at Lathrop law enforcement will be alerted.