"We're going to do badly in school next year because there are going to be more kids in my classroom." – Words of an elementary student on a San Francisco TV station news report.
Bank robbers aren't nearly as brazen as some of the lawyers that represent them.
Fred White knew that when he set out to take his family to the movies he'd be staring at an $80 bill by the time it was all said and done.
The collapse of housing prices – plunging from a high median of $413,000 some 33 months ago to $178,000 today – have significantly increased housing affordability in Manteca.
Sweeping changes in zoning for central Manteca could inject new economic vitality into the heart of the city.
The homeless in Manteca aren't – for the vast majority – drug abusers or lazy.
Best-selling author and natural health coach Elodia Tate is the featured speaker for the July 15 Manteca Women's Connection luncheon.
There are those who have lost faith in California.
Health officials are warning people to use caution today through Tuesday as the summer's first sustained heat wave arrives in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
California is $24 billion in the hole and slipping.
McFall, Burnett & Brinton have a legally binding contract with the City of Manteca.
If you bought a home in the past five years you will want to read this.
Nancy Teicheira gets it. Manuel Medeiros gets it. Rex Holiday gets it.
Thirty-three months ago the Cherry Lane Apartments condo conversion was being billed as the most affordable housing option for buyers in Manteca.
Can you shed the Guitar Hero competition in Manteca?
Felony crimes continue to drop in Manteca.
The old Tidewater Southern Railway corridor slicing through the heart of Manteca for years served as a magnet for the homeless, criminal activity, and those illegally dumping garbage.
There's another traffic signal going up in Manteca.
Water Manteca residents send down the drain could one day help irrigate South County crops.
Manteca Unified contends they need seven more elementary schools and two high schools in the next 20 years.
Manteca's question for the ages is once again being asked: Should Yosemite Avenue and Center Street going through downtown be one-way venues?
Cruella and Dante are dogs.
Some new urban neighborhoods embrace alleys.
It's not 1918 anymore.
The debate over trains irritates me.
One owner homes often have tender loving care making them in some cases either on par or better than a new home.
Keeping Manteca green may take a little gray as in graywater.
There's no such thing as a free lunch - or a free mine-resistant protected (MRAP) for that matter.
The Manteca City Council is looking for volunteers interested in serving on the Manteca Senior Advisory Committee.
The Easter Bunny needs some help.