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.
How ugly was the Highway 99 corridor through Manteca just 12 years ago?
Turn on a faucet and water flows out.
There are feral pigs in San Jose.
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.
Manteca could join a small but growing number of California municipalities and water districts that are offering residents rebates or low-cost loans to convert to xeriscape landscaping.
The remodel of the Manteca City Council Chambers dictated by significant changes in federal and state handicap access laws since it was first built in the 1980s has increased the capacity of the Manteca Civic Center meeting facility.
Those snazzy new City of Manteca utility bills includes a customer's previous 12 months of water usage in cubic feet. The one thing it doesn't show is the point where water uses kicks into higher charges.
Manteca Councilman John Harris believes the 2013 varsity football team is the best Manteca High has ever fielded.
They were crazy. They were reckless. They didn't know what they were talking about. They'd put the community into debt and send everyone into bankruptcy.