I have just one question after reading the voters pamphlet for the Nov. 2 election - what were they smoking when they wrote Proposition 19?
Samuel Anderson credits the redevelopment agency's investment in infrastructure as a key reason why Manteca has fared better in the Great Recession than nearby communities.
Calvary Community's congregation has kept the faith for 50 years.
Betty Bear is on a long, long hibernation.
"Sorry, no free houses." - Glenn Schorr, an analyst with Norton Securities International in a research report sent to clients concerning the foreclosure moratorium
Some residents complain about the taste of their tap water.
High-tech is converting the 26th annual Manteca/Lathrop Boys & Girls Club Telethon into a more personal experience for people who bid and pledge each year.
Ben Cantu was a champion of workforce housing in 2008 in his strong second place finish for the Manteca City Council.
The walling of Manteca neighborhoods - softened with landscaping - won't continue unchecked as Manteca develops south of the Highway 120 Bypass.
Editor's note This is a part of a series of stories on how mayor and council hopefuls would address various municipal issues
Mayor Willie Weatherford has several big targets on his back.
Frank Rodrigues works loading freight trucks.
Carlon Perry isn't doing the old soft shoe when it comes to what ails government.
Ben Cantu has no qualms with having a Manteca Redevelopment Agency, per se.
Baseball purists abhor the designated hitter rule.
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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.
"I pay taxes."
Here's something to text while driving: "OMG fatal crashes up 14%".
Fred Stellhorn wants to change the world by helping one person at a time see.
The Great Wolf hunt is about to start in earnest.
Manteca Unified is expected to seat its second replacement board member in five months on Tuesday.
Water - or the periodic lack thereof - isn't the biggest threat to the San Joaquin Valley's economic vitality. It's air quality.
Forget about the Norman Rockwell touchy feely approach to pumpkins.
Robert Certain wants to generate business going door-to-door seeking work as a handyman, cleaning up yards, painting and hauling away trash.
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