The days of Manteca's cramped, outdated animal shelter are numbered.
It was the defining moment of the January 1997 floods.
Manteca continued to dominate the Northern San Joaquin Valley new housing market with 345 homes built in 2010.
The Julia Morgan Ballroom in San Francisco was the setting for a dinner that brought for-profit California utility company fat cats and the upper crust of bureaucrats together.
Manteca leaders plan to show folks "the money" to get the message about why the community should embrace Great Wolf Resort back on course.
Manteca is poised to invest $1.6 million in municipal parks during the coming months.
Manteca has a plan to turn green waste into green backs.
Property immediately east of the HOPE Family Shelter on West Yosemite Avenue may accommodate additional space for homeless Manteca families.
Manteca's emerging outlet stores complex is working out as a better location for Vans Shoes Outlet than their previous spot in the Tracy Outlet Center.
Merced to Sacramento high speed rail trains operating under the auspice of the Altamont Commuter Express will more than likely stop in Manteca.
With the glaring exception of aggravated assault that is primarily gang-on-gang violence, Manteca's serious crime rate plunged 13.43 percent during 2010.
Charlie Rule over 20 years ago pushed to get his bosses on the Manteca City Council to require new home builders to install fire sprinklers in all new single family residential construction.
Union Pacific Railroad is interested in erecting a mile-long tall low-maintenance fence along the railroad tracks between Spreckels Avenue and Main Street.
Commit a crime and Manteca may put you to work.
The latest chapter on privatizing libraries funded by San Joaquin County is about to end.
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One of the three remaining undeveloped parcels in the 360-acre Spreckels Park project may soon have a 285,215-square-foot building for industrial uses.
Some 107 years after South County residents embraced the then bold move to form the South San Joaquin Irrigation District, secure what are now senior ...
Bill Cabral - a man who parlayed a trust in people, an outgoing personality, and a work ethic second to none to found Cabral Motors in ...
A Night of Hope is coming to Manteca.
Mike Kelly is a wise man.
It was a Saturday morning ritual for way too many years.
There was a time when a parent could take their child to the Library Park playground during the day and if he or she needed ...
Hope springs eternal.
The message Tuesday was clear: No more fooling around when it comes to the homeless.
Jeff Zellner is living the American Dream.
Get ready for the big lie - or at least being misled whether it is intentional or not.
Perhaps the entire City of Manteca staff didn't get the memo about a drought being on and it being against the rules for anyone ...
For the first time since the 1980s when explosive housing development led to Manteca imposing the first growth cap in the Northern San Joaquin Valley ...
Elena Reyes - the current Senior Deputy San Joaquin County Administrator in charge of economic promotion and development - is Manteca's new city manager.
If you drive down a Manteca street you will be hard pressed not to find a lawn that is yellowing, brown, or dead.
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