Work is starting on Manteca's 11th car wash.
Get ready for a $56.4 million makeover for the Golden West, Shasta, Lincoln, Lathrop, and Sequoia elementary school campuses.
Need guidance on how to oversee your child's use of technology such as the Internet and school-issued tablets at home?
Manteca Unified is on the cutting edge when it comes to financial stability.
The frustration of eighth graders who are told on the last possible day that they won't be promoted to high school and participate in advancement ceremonies with their peers may soon end.
The forecast for the last three weeks of December in Lathrop calls for snow and icy conditions.
Wheat - and not almonds, pumpkins or even grapes - is what attracted farmers to the Manteca region in a bid to make a living after the Gold Rush.
The 14-year long hunt for a location to serve as Manteca's first dog park may come to an end for the third time.
A bold move by farmers to form the South San Joaquin Irrigation District 106 years ago literally changed the economic fortunes of Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon.
It was the grand dame of Manteca.
Think the wet weather may bring relief eventually to the drought-ravaged Stanislaus River basin?
The adage that fences make good neighbors needs an addendum in Manteca as they also create animosity between residents and the city.
Volunteers exclusively answered fire alarms in Manteca up until 57 years ago.
Tule fog - the Northern San Joaquin Valley's home grown safety hazard - is expected to return this winter with a vengeance after being sidelined by four years of severe drought.
The economy is dicey, right?
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Sam Fant is on a roll.
Shadowbrook - the largest new neighborhood ever to be built east of Highway 99 - will have a neighborhood park that everyone in Manteca can access.
New home buyers in 2014-15 helped the Manteca Unified School District purchase a small parcel at 419 Moffat Boulevard for the future expansion of the ...
Been enjoying the pitter patter of rain drops on your roof?
The devastating California drought officially ended Friday for a handful of federal bureaucrats and the Delta Smelt.
Editor's note: This is an occasional series on ways drivers can make the streets of Manteca safer.
Jeanette Balmut wants to lose another 33 pounds.
Take a drive down Cottage Avenue any afternoon.
Those who decided to defy water use restrictions imposed in Manteca in response to a statewide drought emergency are paying a big price.
Two builders are eager to take advantage of the booming Manteca new home market.
There are 19.3 million veterans in the United States.
Do as we say and not as we do.
"Dude! It's cold. Shorts?"
Get ready for Manteca's first roundabout on a major arterial.
It was a call that Manteca Police Sgt. Chris Mraz had gotten before: Please come take my marijuana plants.
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