Parking enforcement for everything from blocking a fire hydrant to illegal use of handicapped zones is expected to drop off significantly in Manteca.
Denise Drury doesn't see the issue over whether Manteca can afford to keep six firefighters after July 1 as being purely about money.
The air just before dawn in Manteca during the summer is pure heaven.
More than nine times as many single family homes have been built in Manteca during the past 25 years than apartments.
The City of Manteca is celebrating the Fourth of July on July 3.
Back in the 1990s, a Ford executive was showing off a new line of robots that assemble vehicles to a United Auto Workers representative.
Expect delays on Moffat Boulevard as well as East Yosemite Avenue between Cottage Avenue and Commerce Drive for the next few weeks.
Get ready for a hot time in Manteca this week.
Homeless people wanting to access restrooms inside the Manteca Library when the outside lobby doors are locked are forcing the city to upgrade the double glass lobby doors.
Lead and asbestos have been banned by government decree from being used in homes.
Bad debt write-offs for non-payment of municipal utilities have dropped for the first time after growing for four years.
If your dog is licensed and you have it on a leash walking around town but without the city issued identification tag Manteca's animal services officers can impound it.
A tip is a gratuity, right?
Manteca is spending $3.4 million to buy 417 acres deep in the rural farm country to the south of the city.
Manteca enjoyed a second straight month of a full percentage point drop in unemployment in May as the jobless rate has now fallen from 16.1 percent in March to 14.1 percent in April.
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The grumblings have already started.
Get ready for a building boom in Manteca industrial space.
The use of illegal pyrotechnics isn't the only fireworks laws being aggressively enforced over the next four days in Manteca.
Manteca's bid to be greener on three fronts - reducing methane gas emissions from the wastewater treatment plant, diverting food waste from landfills, and running ...
David Jinkens is returning to sunny Catalina.
It sounds like a pothead's nirvana.
Tired of your neighborhood looking and sounding like a firefight in Kabul?
Manteca is practicing what it preaches in how it manages landscape maintenance districts.
When it comes to providing a good, solid education Ripon Unified means business.
Simply feeding kids in the summer to make sure they don't hungry isn't enough for the Manteca Unified Nutritional Education program.
One of Manteca's best kept secrets is that downtown is still viable by a long shot.
So what are Manteca taxpayers' getting for the $475,000 investment in a parks and recreation master plan produced by the RJM Design Group that ...
It's a question I'm constantly asked: Isn't it dangerous to hike by myself in the Sierra or Death Valley?
The days of Manteca landing big fish using redevelopment money are winding down.
Sometimes having a hot time isn't cool at all.
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