A battle over salt levels in treated wastewater could end up costing Manteca residents and businesses hundreds of dollars a year if the city fails to prevail in its lawsuit against state agencies.
Downtown Manteca - per se - is too fragmented in terms of property holdings to entice any major investor.
Renters that have the desire and wherewithal to buy but are waiting for either lower prices or lower loan rates should consider this a warning.
Three months ago Union Pacific Railroad representatives told Manteca Councilman Vince Hernandez they were interested in erecting a safety fence between their tracks and Moffat Boulevard.
The plug has been pulled officially on plans to convert Airport Way into a six-lane thoroughfare and to make Woodward Avenue four lanes from Main Street west.
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
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People who visit Yosemite National Park often use words such as "spectacular," "breath-taking," as "incredible" to describe the experience.
Mike Kelly - the Manteca Police Department's first community resource officer dedicated to addressing homeless issues - has been in his new position for 30 days.
As we were driving down Main Street Monday talking about things in general including people who commute to the Bay Area for bigger paychecks, Ashley ...
The clothing drop-off box at Yosemite and Powers avenues in the Dollar General parking lot is a popular spot.
High school homecoming parades, a tradition that continues today in many smaller communities such as Ripon, haven't graced the streets of Manteca for at ...
Serious crime in Manteca - driven primarily by auto burglaries - is up 19.72 percent during the first six months of this year.
The Building Industry Association of the Delta protests a bit too much.
The average Manteca Unified student is lagging behind the average California student in math, English, and literacy goals based on a statewide standard test.
A push to reduce the population of the non-native bass in the Delta to protect endangered fish is being opposed by a group that wants ...
There were 52,000 fewer arrests in California last year.
Keeping reliable water flowing through Manteca and Lathrop household taps and irrigating Ripon almond orchards could come down one day to how well rainbow trout ...
Move into a house within walking distance of a Manteca Unified elementary school and you might be in for an unpleasant surprise.
The days of storm runoff from Manteca running into the San Joaquin River then either out into the Pacific Ocean or into the California Aqueduct ...
Several residents in the Manteca neighborhoods off Northgate Drive west of North Main Street have reported seeing an uptick of homeless in their area and ...
The hub of traffic collision repair in Manteca will soon be along East Yosemite Avenue east of Vasconcellos Avenue and across the street from Manteca ...
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