I was born male.
I am not upset at Target.
Manteca Mayor Willie Weatherford wants the city staff to start taking steps to reduce water waste now and not later.
Nagging is in. Big time.
By DENNIS WYATT
There's one segment of the Manteca housing market that's pulling in more dollars per square foot than it did back in 2006 - apartments.
Alfalfa growers in Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon need water.
Wood boring beetle larvae could trump human beings.
Moffat Boulevard is slowly returning to its glory days.
Later this month work on making the City Council chambers compliant with American Disabilities Act standards will be completed at a cost of $475,300.
Willie Weatherford is in his final year as mayor
It was posed to the City Council as the $235 million question in 2007: How was Manteca going to assess growth for needed interchange work?
FRENCH CAMP - Long before Highway 120 was built the road to the Gold Country ran through French Camp.
"Your post office box?"
Look around Manteca, or any town for that matter. You will see street lights not working because someone has pulled the copper wire.
Quincy McClain needs a little help.
Google may soon become a high profile entity in Stockton, at least for a short period of time.
There are two restaurant chains whetting their appetite, so to speak, when it comes to Manteca.
There is no Hispanic on the Manteca Unified School District board. There is also not an Asian-Pacific Islander trustee.
Landscaping along Manteca's future sound walls as well as in common areas of neighborhoods and commercial developments could go native to conserve water.
Modesto's newest millionaire intends to keep shopping at the Dollar Store.
The 2014 King of Wake tour also known as the Nautique Wake Games presented by Rockstar is returning to Mossdale Lake in Lathrop on June 27-28.
New digs are in the works for the Manteca Veterinary Hospital currently located at 911 Moffat Blvd.
Football is definitely history at the University of the Pacific.
It looks like rain is coming.
Lincoln Park's makeover is continuing.
Call it a practice run.
Watering yards every other day during restricted hours and doing such things as employing quick-acting nozzles to wash cars won't cut it when it comes to Manteca residents conserving water.
It draws attention.