The air just before dawn in Manteca during the summer is pure heaven.
Is the water that runs through city faucets and irrigates tens of thousands of acres of farmland around Manteca safe from being "diverted" to make the Bay Delta Conservation Plan work?
Alan Thomas could continue as Manteca's golf pro through Dec. 31, 2017.
All it takes is two pieces of information about you - your name and an account number - and a criminal can steal your identity.
Some place along the line we've gotten the impression that police double as private security guards.
A sugar shortage triggered by World War I indirectly gave birth to Spreckels Sugar – a name that was synonymous with Manteca prosperity for almost 80 years.
Money – and how it is managed by municipal leaders – is the No. 1 issue in the Nov. 2 mayor's race as far as Carlon Perry is concerned.
The late Bill Perry was mayor during one of Manteca's darkest moments - the closing of Spreckels Sugar that had served as the symbol, if not the heart, of the city's economic strength for over 75 years.
It is costing Manteca 77 cents per capita to provide the City Council with annual compensation including stipends and benefits such as health insurance and deferred compensation.
Widening Highway 99 through Manteca will also improve traffic flow at the Highway 120 Bypass interchange.
When it comes to green Manteca is going platinum.
Should those children who are born here to parents illegally in the United States have birthright to American citizenship?
Editor's note: This is a part of a series of stories on how mayor and council hopefuls would address various municipal issues
Arizona is being slammed for usurping federal authority and over-exaggerating crime committed by legal immigrants.
Editor's Note: This is a part of a series looking at issues raised by council and mayor candidates about various municipal concerns.
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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.
The next new school to be built in Manteca Unified will in all likelihood be built south of Woodward Avenue.
Manteca businesses - especially restaurants - may be flushing money down the drain.
Twice in two years pedestrians have been killed in Manteca after being struck by drivers who said they were "blinded" by the sun as they ...
The smoky haze on Saturday obscured what would have been 80-mile views on a clear day from atop a granite perch overbooking Ten Lakes and ...
By DENNIS WYATT
The phrase "affordable housing" is rapidly become a paradox in Manteca.
The state-mandated housing element that's part of the Manteca General Plan - the city's blueprint for growth - is a document fashioned for and by ...
Stanislaus River water temperatures are expected to be too warm this fall for the survival of the Chinook salmon that are protected the federal Endangered ...
Peter Rietkerk may be hired Tuesday as the next general manager for the South San Joaquin Irrigation District.
Tourism as Manteca's marquee industry?
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