Manteca is showing its true colors.
Single working moms and the elderly on extremely limited incomes are among the benefactors of the latest endeavor of the Manteca-based Second Harvest Food Bank - a mobile farmers market.
Ed Fonseca is stepping up to cover the interest on a $50,000 loan the City of Manteca is making to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1051 to help furnish the new Manteca Veterans Center now under construction on Moffat Boulevard.
Bianca Jacklich - an immigrant who came to America to build a better life and shared her good fortune by helping the communities she lived in - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
I'm losing it.
Minutes after arguing a tax proposed by municipal staff on new homes to pay for police and fire was unfair, the Manteca City Council added a $2,500 per home charge to give elected leaders money to spend as they please.
Lindsay Munoz - who played a pivotal role in a number of Manteca Unified initiatives - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
Remember the Pet Rock?
Manteca water use dropped 30 percent in April.
A walk down her garden paths reminds Karen Pearsall of family.
Darryl Quaresma - a third generation farmer that parlayed starting work in the family dairy at the age 12 into a multi-faceted agricultural businesses - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
A reader wondered why the Del Webb at Woodbridge water fountains are still operating. The short answer is because they re-circulate water.
Manteca Unified School District trustees Alexander Bronson and Ashley Drain will have their first day in court on Thursday, May 7, at 1:30 p.m., at the Stockton Courthouse.
There is still time to buy tickets for the Manteca Community Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, May 7, at 6 a.m. at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane.
The community is invited to join the 10th annual Ripon Community National Day of Prayer Service on Thursday, May 7, at 7 p.m. hosted by the First Christian Reformed Church, 305 Boesch Drive, Ripon.
What could end up being Manteca's most high profile sign is now going through the environmental review process.
"Treat aliens living among you as native born." - Leviticus 19:33.34
Manteca is establishing a new Emergency Operations Center.
If by chance there is a lockdown or some other emergency in 2017 at Golden West School, teachers will immediately know exactly what is going on.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 6311 is pitching a tent Thursday on Moffat Boulevard.
It's not as drastic as in Las Vegas but the days of the expansive front lawns for new homes in Manteca are numbered.
The question shouldn't even have to be asked but here goes: Should the Manteca Unified board appoint a replacement for trustee Alexander Bronson who resigned shortly after having felony charges filed against him for election fraud or should they call for a special election?
The summer break is giving Manteca Unified time to fine tune the $30 million Going Digital initiative as well as to address concerns brought up by parents and staff.
Three trustee related issues - the replacement of Alexander Bronson, the possible censure of Sam Fant, and a scathing Grand Jury report on school board conduct - top the agenda for Tuesday's Manteca Unified board meeting.
The half cent public safety sales tax is enabling the Manteca Fire Department to add two firefighters in the fiscal year starting July 1.
Does Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum have a limo? Is being mayor boring? Does he live in a mansion? Can he retire? And what is he doing about the drought?
Doctors Hospital of Manteca is gearing up for a boom.
Lincoln School - one of the oldest elementary campuses in the Manteca Unified School District - is about to get an $11.9 million makeover.
Is the city dictating how much grass new homes can have in their front yards an affront to the notion of property rights?
The coolest spot in the Manteca-Ripon area without the aid of air conditioning can be found along the Stanislaus River in one of the few remaining stands of riparian woodland in the Central Valley.