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.
If Uncle Sam were a real human and not just a caricature for the United States he'd be investigated for child cruelty by Children Protection Services.
Manteca is returning $2.8 million to Uncle Sam.
Good-bye People's Court.
There are now two candidates emerging for a Manteca station on the Altamont Commuter Express' proposed high-speed rail.
One man's junk is another man's treasure.
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The largest residential development so far in Manteca history - and one that is slowly changing the city's demographics -is the progression of an idea ...
Manteca's first industrial employer wasn't Spreckels Sugar.
Ed Powers was a 24-year-old when he arrived in Manteca with a dream.
Volunteers exclusively answered fire alarms in Manteca up until 52 years ago.
Manteca's traditional lighting of the city Christmas tree on Thursday kicks off an evening of holiday fun at the Civic Center.
Manteca's Post Office on Maple Avenue was built 77 years ago.
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared on Aug. 15, 2012.
Spanish explorers climbing to the top of Mt. Diablo in the early summer of 1776 thought they had stumbled onto a great inland lake.
Ice skating is coming to downtown Manteca this Friday and Saturday.
Editor's note: Denis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared on Feb. 20, 2011.
Wheat - and not almonds, pumpkins or even grapes - is what attracted farmers to the Manteca region in a bid to make a living after the ...
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first appeared on July 3, 2012
Let's talk turkey.
Manteca biggest growth spurt wasn't in 1985 when 1,400 new homes bought by a tidal wave of Bay Area Transplants prompted the establishment ...
Manteca's water use for the first 10 months of 2016 is 28 percent lower than the same January-through -October period three years ago.
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