Manteca's final share of a $19.9 billion transportation bond approved by state voters in 2006 will go toward improving Louise Avenue between Main Street and the eastern city limits.
It's tough to have much respect for attorney generals these days.
The 100 block of Maple Avenue - the latest focus in the perennial tiffs over downtown streets - will continue to have one-way traffic heading south.
Linda Abeldt spent 13 years sending people out of Manteca as the owner of a travel agency.
Get ready for Abbott & Costello and The Three Stooges Destroy California Tour.
Period detours this spring and summer will ultimately mean smoother rides on five segments of some of the most heavily traveled streets in Manteca.
People need to stop having heart palpitations over Cinco de Mayo celebrations.
The gazebo stage that has been part of everything from Manteca's first Pumpkin Fair over 30 years ago to weddings, veterans' ceremonies, and summertime entertainment is no longer.
The courts will now decide the fate of a pit bull that killed another dog.
That's life, that's what all the people say
Years of guzzling cola - and not the kind made with sugar - is bloating America and jeopardizing our economic health.
If temporary taxes that generate $11 billion a year for the state aren't extended, school districts such as Manteca Unified and Ripon Unified will take a loss of up to $350 per student.
Budget cuts do not doom the quality of education that one receives.
Mayor Willie Weatherford wants to end Manteca's status as a divided city when it comes to representation on the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors.
Making sure Manteca recovers it costs when issuing building permits may soon mean homeowners get a break when making most improvements while developers of retail space will pay more.
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The Manteca City Council made me a lawbreaker.
Almond growers' relentless drive to reduce water use predating the current severe drought is paying big dividends.
It isn't what one would call a bombshell: The official recap of Fourth of July events in Manteca being presented to the City Council ...
Profiling per se and prisons reduce crime.
Traffic flow before and after school - as well as student safety - will be significantly enhanced when students return to classes on Aug. 4 at five ...
It is an irony that isn't lost on Doris Morgan.
The Wine Group - the world's second largest winery based on volume - is planning to build a 510,000-square-foot warehouse for wine storage on the ...
Georgiana Reichelt has been called a lot of things over the years.
Youth aged 2 to 6 are invited to bring their ride-on toy cars or power ride-ons to Friday's Kids' Drive-In party being staged by ...
The November Manteca City Council election could be one for the record books.
The current heat wave that started Saturday with the initial day of 100 degree plus heat and is expected to continue through this Saturday comes ...
You can't - as they say - judge a book by its cover.
A citizens group striving to write a new chapter for public libraries in San Joaquin County is counting the Golden Arches to make its case.
More than 260,000 people will call Manteca, Ripon or Lathrop home in 2060 if population forecasts issued by the San Joaquin County Council of ...
The architecture for a proposed Circle K convenience store and Chevron gas station south of the 120 Bypass along South Main Street will dovetail into ...
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