Gasoline per gallon at the Chevron I go to is down to two shares of Citibank stock plus a half a share of GM stock.
Are you just looking for a house or are you in the market for a home? You'll understand the difference the second you step into Jennifer Harnden's listing at 1713 Bingham Lane although you'll be pretty impressed when you just pull up to the curb. The Coldwell Banker Real Estate agent represents the owners of a two-story, four bedroom, and three full bathroom Beck-built home with 2,612 square feet of living space plus a two ...
There are two scams you need to look out for if you're a homeowner looking to reduce property taxes or someone trying to stay above water. One is trying to get you to fork over $179 to have your property taxes lowered and the others are popping up since President Obama's administration unveiled Wednesday how they are going to help homeowners who are current but are struggling to make mortgage payments.
Manteca's tallest building yet in terms of multiple floors – the four-story Hampton Inn & Suites – is breaking ground at The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley/Lifestyle Outlets at Manteca.
A permit fee as high as $600 per organization selling fireworks is being floated as one way the Manteca Fire Department could raise revenue to help cover a looming gap in the 2009-10 fiscal year municipal budget.
A Memorial Day weekend event honoring those who gave their all serving America is expected to draw thousands from throughout Northern California to Manteca.
Manteca's municipal workers are shouldering much of the weight of declining revenues triggered by the mortgage meltdown by voluntarily taking a temporary pay cut as well as shouldering an even bigger workload.
Manteca is being invaded by green men Saturday. They're not Martians, though. They are actors playing "Green Men" at the Synergy/Annual Small Group Conference hosted by Crossroads Grace Community Church, 1505 Moffat Blvd. The Green Man Group – a take-off on the Blue Man Group – are being used to demonstrate what a person attending a small church study group feels like when they aren't taken into the group and before they become part of ...
One of my earliest memories is repeatedly running into things as a kid. Part of it had to do with the fact I'm a klutz – and still am to a large degree. After one particularly nasty hit where I clipped the railing to the back stairs of our home in Roseville, neighbor Catherine Gates who was also a teacher suggested I might have a vision problem. That ended up being a slight understatement. Both ...
Call it a vote of confidence in Manteca's future. Councilman Vince Hernandez and Councilwoman Debby Moorhead reversed their previous stance against proceeding with $430,000 in improvements to create a one-stop permit center citing research they've done that shows it will be cost effective, put Manteca on the right track toward streamlining the permit process, and won't reduce services elsewhere as the city grapples with an impending budget deficit. "We need to look at (it as) ...
Subsidized tax rides in Manteca for seniors and the disabled are returning on a limited basis starting July 1.
I had penned a column rallying against a proposal by key Democrats to undo Proposition 13. It was early 1985 and I was working for The Press-Tribune in Roseville. The call I got the next day from a reader who accused me of being a "ditto head" and thinking whatever Rush Limbaugh told me to think. There was just one problem with the charge. I had never listened to Rush Limbaugh who had just got ...
Why should stray or unwanted dogs in Manteca have a shorter lifespan because elected-officials in Lathrop like to chow down on taxpayer financed shrimp cocktail before the start of their council meetings?
South County farmers and cities served by South San Joaquin Irrigation District don't have to worry about whether they will have water to grow crops and keep lawns green.
Thirty-five months ago only 4.8 percent of the people working and living in San Joaquin County could afford to buy a home here.
Sacramento made it clear to Manteca: Pay back a $1.7 million redevelopment agency loan now or risk having local sales and property taxes seized.
Editor's note: This is the second of a six-part series taking a look back at Manteca's first 95 years as an incorporated city. Voters approved incorporation on May 28, 1918.
God and country.
Everything from Ripon schools and roads to fire service will feel the impacts of the Austin Road Business Park - the largest development ever approved in Manteca.
Editor's note: This is the first of a six-part series taking a look back at Manteca's first 95 years as an incorporated city. Voters approved incorporation on May 28, 1918.
Lie to the federal government and you'd better get you affairs in order.
By DENNIS WYATT
Get ready for the invasion of the Barneys.
Nearly 100 acres of city-owned wastewater treatment plant land could end up as the premier family entertainment hub for the Northern San Joaquin Valley while tapping into the Bay Area market as well.
Manteca, Ripon and Lathrop could become more than just neighboring communities at least when it comes to wastewater.
A handful of kids are going to get a chance to think out of the box when it comes to perceptions about the homeless.
It was the white lie of the last decade.
Federal authorities are intentionally flooding low land along the Stanislaus River in a test to see whether it will help increase the chances of salmon fingerlings making it to the Delta.
Shame on you, Tim Cook.