You probably don't notice very many garage sale signs - if any -from the previous weekend tacked up on light poles and such in Manteca.
Recycled wastewater could one day irrigate expansive playing fields and other landscaping at Manteca Unified campuses.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca history.
Do yourself a favor.
Brian Hunt loves to play tag because he doesn't think Christians should hide their faith.
Editor's note: The following is the first in a series recapping Manteca history.
Why is San Francisco privileged?
Three years ago Manteca city officials told John and Vivien Griffin their fence was no longer considered in violation after the Chadwick Square homeowners were able to prove it wasn't a safety problem as a complaint made at that time contended.
Here's some advice: If you're going to try to pass counterfeit $100 bills at a fireworks booth don't do so at the one manned by the Manteca Police Officers Association.
Manteca's Fourth of July some 74 years ago was tempered by fear.
My neighbor had an unexpected visitor recently.
Who would you rather perform brain surgery on you: Donald Trump or an illegal immigrant from Mexico?
San Joaquin County residents are getting fatter.
Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligacion knows just how brazen copper thieves can get.
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The next act for Manteca's oldest high school campus could revive its storied past as a hub for community arts.
What would you do if 50 plus teens who have been working up a sweat by running knock on your front door?
Taking shopping carts off of a store's property is theft.
The likely candidates for using recycled wastewater from the Manteca treatment plant are the municipal golf course, Big League Dreams, the proposed family entertainment zone ...
It was the biggest pile of rubble Manteca had ever seen.
Fireworks have caused $31,000 property damages in Manteca during the past five years.
Wheat was king in these parts some 150 years ago.
It's a question some parents have been asking for months: Why is Manteca Unified starting the new school year on a Thursday?
I owe the State of California $17.31.
Nancy Lebon of Compass Real Estate has arguably one of the coolest deals in one of Manteca's hottest neighborhoods.
River Islands at Lathrop has provided a lesson or two about building - and running a school - that others in California may want to note.
Manteca - for $5 million - can have a 9,600-square-foot "Generations Center" with library, teen center, a killer skate park, amphitheater and paracourse.
"Yosemite is bad a--."
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