Manteca Fire has managed to slash $1.6 million in its annual operational expenses without layoffs, reduction in front-line manpower, or station closures.
It is a line on the map to some.
Manteca's next big housing boom could take place in southwest Manteca.
Manteca's first industrial employer wasn't Spreckels Sugar.
RIPON - You don't have to travel far for a peaceful woodland stroll along the river.
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Golf might be a gentleman's game but its accompanying politics in Manteca historically have been more cut-throat than orderly.
Gang-related assaults continue to grow in Manteca while virtually every other category of crime is experiencing double digit drops in year-to-year comparisons.
Taxpayers too often are considered clueless cattle even by those who claim they are looking out for their best interests.
Over 400 housing units split almost evenly between single-family homes and apartments are envisioned for a 74.5-acre project in southwest Manteca dubbed Terra Ranch.
Victor Mow - who did little to improve the financial integrity of San Joaquin County while serving on the Board of Supervisors - penned an opinion piece about South San Joaquin Irrigation District essentially being reckless with public money.
If you think it's a crime to have some of the neighbors you have, you might just be right.
Eight hopefuls are seeking election to the Manteca City Council on Nov. 2.
If you know about Melmac and Alf - and what they have in common - then you were alive during the 1950s or thereafter and have an unusual sense of humor as far as the TV comedy shows you like.
Manteca has adequate water supplies for the development of 300 acres in northwest Manteca including the much-touted CenterPoint Intermodal Center.
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The adage that fences make good neighbors needs an addendum in Manteca as they also create animosity between residents and the city.
Volunteers exclusively answered fire alarms in Manteca up until 57 years ago.
Tule fog - the Northern San Joaquin Valley's home grown safety hazard - is expected to return this winter with a vengeance after being sidelined by ...
The economy is dicey, right?
Father Joe is among those who understand the American tradition of Thanksgiving. Father Joe was a priest at St. Joseph's Catholic Church just three ...
Ever see a turkey in the wild in the Sierra foothills?
The weather outside may be frightful but potential buyers are flocking to River Islands at Lathrop as if it is the heighth of the summer ...
Central Valley Association Realtors - keeping with the tradition of caring for their neighbors started by two of their own 17 years ago - have given Turkeys ...
Jacob Gomes was out in the field Monday.
California is not Europe. Nor is the Golden State Japan.
Call it the 800 turkey weekend.
PG&E legal maneuvering now underway since South San Joaquin Irrigation District received the green light to enter the retail power business is expected to ...
It was a record year for attendance at Dell'Osso Farms in Lathrop.
The daily afternoon back-up of traffic on Moffat Boulevard - often stretching from Austin Road past Woodward Avenue - isn't going away anytime soon.
Adults take Zumba classes at the East Union High dance room in the evening.
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