Union Ranch is now Manteca's 33rd landscape maintenance district and the fourth to include the upkeep of a neighborhood park.
The gang-related stabbings that occurred in the parking lot outside of Big League Dreams after the Fourth of July aerial fireworks involved just a few individuals.
It was a clear and consistent message: They want an independent federal investigation into the fatal Manteca Police shooting of 34-year-old Ernesto Duenez Jr.
The economy is producing a bumper crop of lemons yet the government isn't making lemonade.
The overall value of property within Manteca's city limits slipped for the third straight year.
Manteca is being spared physical court cutbacks.
Was Aristotle gay? And what about speculation that Leonardo DiVinci was also gay?
Roughly one out of every three housing units in Manteca is part of landscape maintenance districts that have a combined assessment of more than $830,000.
Employers can help a young person with their career and possibly benefit from having half of an employee's salary up to $10 an hour funded by the federal government.
There are 150 property owners who have until the end of this week to clear high weeds and rubbish from their land or face $100 penalties.
A small but growing number of motorists seem unable to comprehend what an emergency vehicle - especially a fire engine - coming at them on a road with lights flashing and sirens wailing means.
It's been 56 years since Highway 99 – dubbed the Central Valley's Main Street – opened as a four-lane freeway through Manteca.
The late Jim Brown knew the impact recreation programs can have on a young person.
It doesn't look like much but a new treatment plant along Moffat Boulevard at Garfield Avenue behind a wrought iron fence is helping Manteca water users save nearly $500,000 a year.
Out of touch pretty much describes the majority of the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors when it comes to the South County.
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A citizens group striving to write a new chapter for public libraries in San Joaquin County is counting the Golden Arches to make its case.
More than 260,000 people will call Manteca, Ripon or Lathrop home in 2060 if population forecasts issued by the San Joaquin County Council of ...
The architecture for a proposed Circle K convenience store and Chevron gas station south of the 120 Bypass along South Main Street will dovetail into ...
Ever wonder why Manteca Unified School District started combining varsity basketball games for boys and girls teams on Friday nights?
Why do I hike? I was wondering that Monday as I was bypassing snow nearing the 14,232-foot summit of White Mountain, California's third ...
The 20th century dawned in Manteca without a domestic water system, a public sewer, or even electricity.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca history.
The 1930s could be characterized as Manteca's "quiet decade" if it weren't for the first major flood of the 20th century, labor strife ...
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared March 26, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin. The city, 11 years later, is ...
Karen McLaughlin's tenure as Manteca's city manager came to an end this week.
Karen McLaughlin didn't start out in life with the goal of becoming a city manager.
Joanne Beattie would love to have the city turn back on the $450,000 interactive water play feature at Library Park on Tuesdays during the ...
The first commercial construction south of the 120 Bypass since the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley opened eight years ago will be a convenience store ...
Editor's note: The following is the first in a series recapping Manteca history.
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