A plentiful and stable water supply was responsible for a real and sustained economic boom 100 years ago in Manteca, Ripon and Escalon.
The rush hour impacts on traffic from the Yosemite Square Park project is expected to be significant enough to justify having developers make modifications to an intersection a mile away.
Is owning a home really worth it?
City of Manteca staff needs to listen to Councilman Vince Hernandez when it comes to alternative energy.
Councilman Vince Hernandez wants to do everything possible to keep Manteca sewer rates from increasing.
Want to get all warm and fuzzy about the prospect of voting for a half cent sales tax to support California education?
The current "shut down" on Woodward Avenue work is eerily familiar to Manteca Mayor Willie Weatherford and Councilman Vince Hernandez.
The late Bob Cabral's vision may one day come true for Manteca.
Gov. Jerry Brown needs all the luck he can get.
The Highway 99/120 Bypass interchange was once avoided like the plague by developers due to the smell of the Moffat Feed Lot and sugar pulp from the defunct Spreckels Sugar plant.
Manteca learned a valuable lesson in the 1990s.
It is not alright to refer to a woman using a sexual vulgarity.
The farmers market could return to Library Park this summer as a "true" downtown Manteca event.
The new Highway 99 interchange at Lathrop Road was anything but good news for 17 small businesses in Manteca.
An increase in city contributions to employee retirement costs that will start in 2013 could end up with minimal net impact on Manteca's municipal budget.
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Manteca's new dog park and adjoining sidewalk along Eucalyptus Street might have been built for at least 20 percent less than the $235,000 ...
Had Manteca followed its own general plan adopted in 2003, all of the homes built south of the 120 Bypass straddling Airport Way would have ...
A cornerstone of City Manager Elena Reyes' first - and only - significant initiative has been quietly dropped.
"People get the neighborhood they want."
Manteca will be closing in on - if not exceeding - 120,000 residents when the year 2040 rolls around.
Good news and bad news is coming this way.
Vista Verde Apartments is a well-kept, low-key complex on Eastwood Avenue in north Manteca.
Remember the good old days when pickup trucks were cheaper than cars and defined the terms "basic" and "Spartan"?
There are over 500 wells pumping water from the same source - the Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Sub-Basin.
Your neighbor might one day save your life.
Manteca - under a Climate Action Plan adopted in 2013 - must reduce its per capita greenhouse gases by 21.7 percent by the time 2020 roll ...
The complaints and concerns were numerous.
New elementary students east of Interstate 5 in Lathrop could be bussed to a new school in southwest Manteca as the first impacts of a ...
PINNACLES NATIONAL PARK - A puzzle to California's vast and awe-inspiring geology smorgasbord is just a few hours away.
OAKDALE -The appeal of riding the Sierra Railroad hits you as you scan the wide open countryside absent of telephone poles and any signs of ...
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