His hands were shaking.
Farmers south of Manteca will become some of the most efficient users of water on the planet when the 2012 irrigation season starts in March.
Manteca, Ripon, Lathrop and Escalon may end up in the same Assembly and State Senate districts for the first time in at least 20 years.
Imagine the City of Manteca having to spend $3.5 million to cover a bond payment because The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley isn't finished.
It isn't a myth that Del Webb residents contribute more to Manteca's municipal bottom line than a typical household.
Gung Ho! – a city personnel training effort that involved all but 20 of Manteca's 350 municipal employees – has been slammed by the head of the Manteca Firefighters Association.
Does anyone really want to see Manteca lose six firefighters?
Patrick Rabelo knows just how much families strapped for money valued the free Movies in the Park series last summer.
Union Ranch residents – unhappy they are being asked to maintain a park that hasn't been improved yet and that the entire community could use – are asking the Manteca City Council to suspend efforts to form a landscape maintenance district.
Ready for to hear a couple of dirty little secrets?
Measure M – the half cent public safety sales tax passed by voters – is being mismanaged according to the president of the Manteca Firefighters Association.
The distressed City of Manteca general fund will start scoring $271,000 a year beginning in 13 months.
A unique Central Valley gem encompassing 258 acres awaits those venturing to the southern end of Austin Road.
How would you view a teacher taking class time to have her third grade students write legislators to protest cuts to education and to raise the budget?
Manteca city employees consistently score in the 80 percent range when it comes to response time, effectiveness, and courtesy.
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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.
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared Feb. 16, 2005 in the Manteca Bulletin.
Manteca's destiny is sealed but its fate isn't.
"If you put a caring adult across from a struggling student amazing things will happen." - the late Antone Raymus
Manteca's newest fire engine rides higher for a reason.
Jeff Shields had a dilemma.
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