A two-mile stretch of Louise Avenue is getting a $2 million makeover between Airport Way and Main Street this spring.
Money is what is wrong with public education.
South San Joaquin Irrigation District has almost $50 million in the bank.
President Barack Obama is no FDR.
Sales tax sharing deals that brought The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley anchored by Bass Pro Shops and Costco to Manteca have netted municipal coffers $3,539,221 in taxes over four years.
How does planting trees in Georgia reduce air pollution in California?
Alex Hildebrand was an engineer by training and a farmer by vocation.
Three hots and a cot.
CVS drug stores will no longer going to sell cigarettes after Oct. 1.
A bold initiative to take farm water conservation to the next level is being vetted by the South San Joaquin Irrigation District.
Manteca District Ambulance wants to give Manteca-Lathrop residents the power to save lives.
The Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane, is hosting a breakfast Saturday, Feb. 15, at 9 a.m. that includes a presentation on the Affordable Care Act and how it impacts people.
Just how effective are CPR techniques?
South San Joaquin Irrigation District may come to the rescue of 44,000 people in Tuolumne County expected to run out of water in less than 80 days.
The details that matter aren't public yet in the Great Wolf negotiations.
There's more trains coming down the tracks in Manteca.
It's been four years since parents with school-age children living north of Woodward Park in South Manteca started their push for a crosswalk across Woodward Avenue at Buena Vista Drive.
The Ripon City Council will take a first look at a water conservation plan.
Ever been audited by the IRS?
Where's the best little whorehouse in California?
An aging municipal workforce combined with a looming benefit change that will hike health insurance costs for new retirees could mean the possible loss of almost half of Manteca's current municipal workforce by 2016.
One of the goals Manteca's elected leaders have for the upcoming fiscal year is to make sure the city becomes a bit more dog friendly.
There were perhaps two dozen Dalmatians barking in the various pens when I made the second of three trips to the Save a Spot rescue in rural Turlock.
Water recreation will be allowed between May 1 and July 7 at Woodward Reservoir under a tentative deal brokered Tuesday.
Ever walk down a city street and come across the "emissions" from a horse?
Sticker shock, courtesy of the drought, is coming to a supermarket near you.
The wish list of Manteca's leaders - both elected and bureaucratic - for major undertakings is long and expensive.
Hobby Lobby is closed on Sundays.
Public libraries with treats such as coffee on the side aren't a modern creation.
Get caught for speeding fast enough in the Highway 99 construction zone through Manteca and it could set you back nearly $1,000.