President Barack Obama might try the following on Thursday when he delivers his much anticipated jobs speech:
A half-mile extension of Atherton Drive was part of the much ballyhooed federal stimulus effort to get Americans back to work.
"Oh, the pain, the pain." - One of Dr. Smith's signature lines from the 1960s TV series "Lost in Space"
McKinley Avenue might be more aptly named "Avenue If."
It is arguably the classiest night of the year in Manteca - the annual Manteca Police Officer's Ball.
The temperatures are in the 90s still.
The threat of costly federal penalties - including the possibility of ultimately banning new businesses and barring existing ones from expanding - looms over the San Joaquin Valley.
Bullying in Manteca Parks and Recreation programs may soon be against official city policy.
Dad died in 1965.
Manteca's next city manager will have to live within 30 miles of the city.
Five vacancies on the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission will go unfilled – at least for awhile.
Is being city manager of Manteca worth paying someone $144,690 a year?
Manteca City Manager Karen McLaughlin can't in good conscience justify hiring an assistant city manager given compensation and staffing cutbacks that have whittled the municipal work force by 88 workers over the past three years.
You don't need a crystal ball to see what direction downtown Manteca needs to take.
There's big news in Manteca new housing starts.
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Manteca's first formal State of the City takes place Wednesday.
Here's a dilemma that not many elected boards face - should the South San Joaquin Irrigation District board reduce water rates by 7 percent to ...
It doesn't take an economic genius to understand what will happen next in Manteca.
JAMESTOWN - You may never have been to one of California's most unique state parks - Railtown 1897 - but the odds are if you are 40 ...
Samuel Clemens - aka Mark Twain - would have loved the irony.
"And it never failed that during the dry years the people forgot about the rich years, and during the wet years they lost all memory ...
After a pause in business parks creating new jobs and new retail growth, things are looking up for Manteca.
The City of Manteca's auction planned for April will be one for the books.
It starts weekday afternoons usually around 3 o'clock.
Every Manteca City Council candidate says it: Public safety is priority one.
Ten years ago if a teacher gave high school students an assignment to read a particular classic they had two basic options.
Manteca's elected leaders Tuesday moved to make it easier for developers to build apartments, condos, and townhouses without costing the city a dime.
Gary Singh may have made the most profound fashion statement for a Manteca City Council member in at least 25 years.
Hanford is a true San Joaquin Valley city.
A scientific study covering 11 years of fish migration on the Stanislaus River underscores how simply sending more water downstream may not be doing endangered ...
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