It is a debt we can never repay.
Manteca is adding another 52 affordable housing units for low-income seniors.
Giving, Manteca-style shifts into high gear this week.
Finally someone gets it.
A decision by the California Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) not to increase employer contributions in 2010 will save Manteca about $200,000.
Mike Morowit is dealing with a double whammy – an economic slowdown that's hurting his customer base plus competition from the 900-pound gorillas of retail in the form of Wal-Mart and Costco.
There are pet peeves and then there is absolute rudeness.
Manteca is 27 days away from setting two housing market records – one for the most homes sold overall and the other for the most previously owned homes closing escrow.
One of the fallouts from the ongoing government budget crisis may mean most misdemeanor crimes committed in San Joaquin County will go unprosecuted.
Get ready for Christmas, Manteca-style.
Don't look now but the clock is ticking on the most affordable housing era in post World War II Manteca history.
Get ready to rock Saturday at 5 p.m. in downtown Manteca.
A decade ago Manteca's then fledgling Manteca Convention & Visitors Bureau had to "generate reasons why" people should visit Manteca.
The push is now underway to help make sure 1,300 struggling families in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop have a turkey or a ham on their Christmas table.
Call the latest mini-drama to come from the Temple of Doom at 390 Towne Centre Drive in Lathrop "The Mayoral Candidate That Growled."
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It wasn't the Great Stock Market Crash of 1929 that was the defining economic development for Manteca in the 1920s.
Storage at New Melones Reservoir has dropped below 400,000 acre feet for the first time since 1991.
Editor's note: Dennis Wyatt is on vacation. This column first ran on July 4, 2007.
Manteca residents are taking the severe drought - that has sent reservoirs throughout California to record low levels and dropped underground water tables - seriously.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca's history.
The Creamery was "the place" to stop in Manteca for generations of Bay Area travelers going to and from the Sierra on weekends.
Dry grass. Drought stressed landscaping. Shake roofs. Winds expected to be between 10 and 12 mph.
A parade, watermelon eating contest, World War II mural dedication, a pancake breakfast, pow wow, and aerial fireworks will mark the Fourth of July in Manteca and Ripon.
I do something that is putting me down the same path as the dodo bird. I drink tap water.
You probably don't notice very many garage sale signs - if any -from the previous weekend tacked up on light poles and such in Manteca.
Recycled wastewater could one day irrigate expansive playing fields and other landscaping at Manteca Unified campuses.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca history.
Do yourself a favor.
Brian Hunt loves to play tag because he doesn't think Christians should hide their faith.
Editor's note: The following is the first in a series recapping Manteca history.
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