Another section of Manteca's planned 20.7 miles of separated bicycle paths was put in place this week.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop is just the latest in a series of bold investments by a firm that traces its roots back to 1854 in England when it got its start managing and owning the famous Tea Clippers.
Seven new members are joining the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission.
Foreclosure cancellations are at an all-time high in California.
It was a heady time for Northern California.
One of the two missing gaps on Atherton Drive will break ground this fall.
Manteca is on pace to again lead the Northern San Joaquin Valley in housing starts.
Manteca's elected leaders have created an on-street handicapped parking space in front of 221 N. Poplar Ave. to accommodate a resident who does not have a driveway.
Manteca's general fund bottom line is improving a bit thanks to the $6.6 million transit station breaking ground this fall on Moffat Boulevard at South Main St.
A regional government consortium consisting of 16 of the San Joaquin Valley's largest cities from Stockton to Bakersfield is trying to devise a collective approach to "sustainable growth."
Uncle Sam owns 45.3 percent of California's land mass.
A private firm is proposing to reduce costs at least 21 percent and extend branch hours by as much as 47 percent if they are awarded a contract to take over the San Joaquin County-operated libraries.
LATHROP - The only way historically to have a home in the Central Valley with a sweeping view of either the San Joaquin River or Sacramento River is to have a home elevated and hugging a levee.
Next time you go to verbally beat up a teacher, take a deep breath.
Bad debt from Manteca's municipal utility accounts has tripled in the past two years to $261,594.
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Most people see shelves of books when they see a library.
The Geek Squad has nothing on the Manteca Unified School District Information & Technology Department.
Interest in developing commercial on Manteca's west side is picking up.
Pain is relative.
Manteca is on track to be impacted by high speed rail.
The homeless - especially families, mothers, and children - are hard to tell apart from those who have a permanent roof over their heads that they can ...
The homeless in Manteca often sleep in vehicles - both at night and during the day.
If you're between the ages of 18 and 21 and live in California, congratulations: The California Legislature is halfway to further eroding your rights.
Representatives from McWhinney Development - the firm looking to invest upwards of $200 million to build a Great Wolf Resort in Manteca - were in town earlier ...
Editor's note: This is an occasional series marking the 50th anniversary of the unification of the Manteca Unified School District.
A reader wanted to know why the Louise Avenue corridor enhancement project undertaken by the City of Manteca didn't include installing the yellow metal ...
State Senator Richard Pan rolled out legislation this week to increase crime in California and jack up taxes on the state's poor.
Reducing the carbon footprint of Manteca Unified School District is as much about saving green as it is being green.
The New Melones Resevior is continuing to slip toward puddle status.
Nine months after voters dumped two incumbents their replacements are no longer on the Manteca Unified School District board.
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