California's ongoing government budget crisis may write a new chapter for the Manteca Library.
Two permanent "portable" restrooms are scheduled to be put in place next week at the new BMX track at Spreckels Recreation Park.
Roberta Hogan was loading up her trailer in front of her Manteca home when she realized she had to go to the store to get supplies.
The Internal Revenue Service has now created another marriage penalty to the benefit of California's registered domestic partners - primarily same-sex couples.
Determining value - especially with cash buyers - is an art and not a science.
The dry grass and barren ground that dominates the Highway 120 Bypass corridor through Manteca from mid-spring to late fall may eventually become a thing of the past in some locations.
One of Manteca's smallest churches is making a big difference in the lives of at-risk kids.
I am a firm believer in using reusable tote bags at the grocery store.
Manteca has trimmed $450,000 in firefighter overtime without having to "brown-out" an engine company due to a manpower shortage.
Congestion on Highway 99 between Arch Road and Austin Road may ease a year ahead of schedule.
It is open season on rosary beads in a growing number of school districts across the United States.
It was a rag-tag fleet of vehicles from a World War II Jeep Willy and 1965 Mustang convertible to a slew of PT Cruisers and even a Bentley that made their way down Yosemite Avenue late Monday morning.
Library Park – once the site of one of Manteca's first baseball diamonds – could be well on its way to being a true downtown square by this time next year.
I am somewhere on the spectrum between a neat freak and a slob.
Phil Waterford asked for a moment of silence.
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Brian Hunt loves to play tag because he doesn't think Christians should hide their faith.
Editor's note: The following is the first in a series recapping Manteca history.
Why is San Francisco privileged?
Three years ago Manteca city officials told John and Vivien Griffin their fence was no longer considered in violation after the Chadwick Square homeowners were able to prove it wasn't a safety problem as a complaint made at that time contended.
Here's some advice: If you're going to try to pass counterfeit $100 bills at a fireworks booth don't do so at the one manned by the Manteca Police Officers Association.
Manteca's Fourth of July some 74 years ago was tempered by fear.
My neighbor had an unexpected visitor recently.
Who would you rather perform brain surgery on you: Donald Trump or an illegal immigrant from Mexico?
San Joaquin County residents are getting fatter.
Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion knows just how brazen copper thieves can get.
By DENNIS WYATT
The forecast calls for 101 degrees in Manteca on the Fourth of July.
Manteca Unified is launching educational tours for community members this fall to help people understand how the Going Digital initiative is being used to enhance learning in the classroom.
Jogging down Tannehill Drive I heard the familiar cranking of a bicycle coming up from behind.
Vince Hernandez believes the time has come for serious movement toward the city expanding Manteca's library facilities.
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