Manteca may make its biggest tax sharing deal ever to get the biggest economic return yet for the municipal general fund.
Manteca firefighters are arriving at emergency calls quicker despite an increase in calls.
Home sales at River Islands at Lathrop and elsewhere will help start moving a proposed satellite county center toward becoming a reality in Manteca.
The chickens have come home to roost.
Manteca had a sweet deal going when Spreckles Sugar opened its factory for what ended up being an 80-year run.
Out of sight and out of mind.
Property and sales tax receipts for the City for Manteca are exceeding budget projections.
Question: How many Starbucks does Manteca need?
The solution to protecting southwest Manteca from a 200-year flood will help determine exactly where the controversial proposed alignment of the future Raymus Expressway will swing through the rural countryside.
Herb Caen liked to write about how the fog snuck into San Francisco on cat's feet.
Should a Manteca Unified student lose or break a Panasonic 3E tablet away from school the odds are their family won't end up paying for it even if they do not purchase the optional insurance at a cost of $5 a month.
Got an outdoor kitchen with a wood-burning smoker or a pizza oven?
Manteca's accident numbers since 2009 have increased 4.5 times faster than the population.
There is a fundamental flaw in the Manteca Unified School District's Going Digital undertaking.
Business is already booming at the Tesla Super Charging Station that just opened along the 120 Bypass at the Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley.
Manteca taxpayers could lose $1.1 million by a state forced sale of three parcels.
The 87th annual Academy Awards shouldn't be confused with entertainment.
There will be 301 Manteca residents who will not die by the end of this year thanks to vaccines.
Manteca Unified is taking the drought seriously.
Carol Davis is dedicated to helping struggling students turn on the proverbial light switch in their minds.
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.
Tulloch Lake is going to disappear by this fall.
Manteca's third Taco Bell could break ground in the coming months.
Wal-Mart workers are getting a pay raise.
Donna Brown's message is clear: Libraries are more relevant than ever before.
Southwest Manteca - an area the city is getting ready to spend $150 million for flood protection so developers can continue building - is being turned into the exclusive domain of large single family homes aimed at luring Bay Area buyers.
There is no affordable housing problem in Manteca.
Safety - and the desire to have less illegal fireworks launched - trumped Big League Dreams bringing in upwards of $40,000 and non-profits enjoying a 40 percent bump in the sale of safe and sane fireworks.
This week's best Manteca City Council meeting quote in the category of "why can't we just get along" goes to resident Richard Hanson.