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.
Water - or more precisely the lack of it - created a foreclosure crisis in Manteca 80 years ago that makes the Great Recession housing bust seem mild in comparison.
Manteca's Post Office on Maple Avenue was under construction 75 years ago.
Volunteers are needed to make sure citrus that otherwise would rot can be picked to provide oranges and grapefruit to help feed struggling families.
The ugly underside of society has reared its head in Manteca.
A more citizen friendly Manteca City Council chambers debuts Tuesday.
Farmers get a bad rap.
The problem isn't the minimum wage.
John Harris' wife wanted to buy 10 roses.
I had several great teachers, a few mediocre teachers, one real bad teacher, and mostly good teachers during 13 years in public schools.
The proverbial light - powered by tax revenues - is at the end of the tunnel.
Wheat - and not almonds, pumpkins or even grapes - is what attracted farmers to the Manteca region after the Gold Rush in a bid to make a living.
Delta Smelt, the 5- to 7-centimeter fish that tends to hang around the Tracy pumps, is California's biggest consumer of water.
One solution to stretch Manteca's water supply may literally be just a flush away.
Customers at Target, Home Depot, In-n-Out Burgers, Grocery Outlet, and Applebee's among others in East Manteca will soon know what time it is without having to check their watch or cell phone.
Moving oil and its byproducts such as gasoline is inherently dangerous.
Remember the good old days?
Tons of citrus that could help feed struggling Northern San Joaquin Valley may go to waste.