These are busy days for California's First Family of Pumpkins.
It is a scene that happens dozens of times – if not more – each day in Manteca.
McKinley Avenue could turn into the Waterloo of 1960s-style growth in Manteca.
It has been a steady, although fairly quite drumbeat for more than 30 years since city government shifted its headquarters to 1001 West Center Street: Bring City Hall back downtown.
A tear wells up in Jacqueline Siegel's eye as she tells her story to a Wall Street Journal reporter.
A mandate to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by requiring 53-foot trailers pulled by truckers to enhance gas mileage may backfire.
LATHROP - Ron Dell'Osso likes to let people play with the food he grows.
Mention McKinley Avenue with the words "interchange" or "expressway" and a small citizen army comes forth.
Manteca's unemployment rate has finally slipped below 14 percent.
Travel Moffat Boulevard and you'll come across a bit of hope inspired by Manteca Councilman Vince Hernandez.
The chance of getting a driving ticket in Manteca has dropped.
Students will no longer get a break when it comes to Regional Transit bus fares when 2012 rolls around.
The United States Postal Service lost $8 billion last year.
LATHROP - Banta School District has just over 230 students.
There may be a 150-foot pine tree in Manteca's future.
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You can have your cake, toss a ring to win wine, and help kids at the same time.
Manteca's 100 plus restaurants in 2017 won't just be dealing with new garbage rates that reflect anywhere from a 21 percent to 77 ...
They are among the best and brightest in Manteca Unified schools.
Manteca High has a problem that few other schools - if any - in the 209 region have: Keeping the homeless off campus.
A firm that traces its roots to a rock climber in Yosemite frustrated with how the trousers he was wearing were unsuited for climbing is ...
Manteca's ability to support existing development by resorting to just using groundwater is likely to end by the time 2017 rolls around.
Walk onto any Manteca Unified campus today and you'll be hard-pressed to find a student without a cell phone.
Every time a home closes escrow at River Islands at Lathrop, $5,000 is paid into an account designed to lure employers to the planned ...
Patience is still a virtue but the concept is on life support these days.
CenterPoint Properties wants to build a 404,657-square-foot concrete tilt-up industrial warehouse building on 24.75 acres fronting the west side of Airport Way north ...
A once in a lifetime opportunity is nearing for the City of Manteca and the Manteca Unified School District.
Delta College trustees are on the verge of breaking a promise to allow "more students access to an affordable education" in the Manteca-Lathrop area that ...
Let's call the proposed Manteca garbage rate hike as presented what it really is - a sham.
LODI - Kids getting antsy?
Now that postal carriers have risked getting a hernia delivering the 220-page California General Election Official Voter Information Guide, perhaps you might want to contemplate ...
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