Crews are working seven days a week to finish what will be Manteca's biggest retail coup of 2010 – upscale outlet stores.
Old tires may just end up on your street – in the asphalt that is.
De-centralized government could be the next big thing in Manteca.
It was almost a giddy experience back in 1998.
Dorothy was driving her 1975 Yugo on the Highway 120 Bypass in a fierce summer wind storm.
All value gained – and then some – in the past 12 years for Manteca resale homes based on median price at the close of escrow is gone.
Remember the name Frank Roesch.
The decade started with McSizing the American Dream.
Seeing Manteca and the rest of South County through the eyes of Hime Romero is a treat for the Manteca Bulletin staff and we hope for our readers as well.
It was a surreal scene.
Ten years ago the hottest ticket in Manteca was to the Party of the Century at Kelley Brothers.
Recessions usually mean an uptick in crime.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District netted $8.3 million from wholesale power sales in 2009 to continue building a financial base in its goal to lower retail power rates for 38,000 customers in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon by as early as the first quarter of 2011.
California is still behind the drought eight ball.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca history as the first decade of the 21st century draws to a close.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District's drive to reduce electricity rates 15 percent across the board in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon is on pause until mid-January.
It's the busiest time of the year - for criminals.
If your garbage is collected on Thursday and Friday normally in Manteca, it won't happen for the next two weeks.
Vinyl records are supposedly making a comeback of sorts.
Any group has "the right" to open a homeless shelter for single men in Manteca as long as they do so in a general commercial zone.
The biggest threat to Manteca and Lathrop: Flood or drought?
Road work on Louise Avenue may take a little longer than expected.
The spiffy look that newly seated Councilman Mike Morowit sported at Tuesday's meeting didn't go unnoticed by Leonard Smith.
Vince Hernandez is back in the saddle.
The parents are frustrated.
Manteca could have a new councilman tonight.
Altamont Corridor Express trains could be stopping in downtown Manteca as well as downtown Ripon within five years if Stanislaus County voters approve their own version of San Joaquin County's half cent Measure K transportation sales tax during the next election cycle.
Forty-three days have passed since the resounding no confidence vote on the Manteca Unified School District board and they still don't get it.
Manteca Police are playing Santa once again for needy kids as they've done for years.
Rains may pound the Central Valley and Bay Area relentlessly but it won't help much if rain and heavy snow doesn't fall in the Sierra.