Convicted drug criminals are making it easier for Manteca Police to do their job.
There are two sets of rules when it comes to environmental concerns in California.
Marty Harris and at least 202 other rural residents are worried a plan by Manteca to use recycled wastewater to irrigate landscaping and farm crops could ultimately damage almond production.
The Manteca Planning Commission could also be called the Melting Pot Commission.
Larry Winget is a dangerous man.
Play at Manteca's golf course was up in 2013 by 1,188 rounds but green fee revenue was down $42,242.
Congressional relief to stop serial drive-by American with Disabilities Act litigators from preying on businesses such as the 21 so far slapped with lawsuits in Manteca isn't coming any time soon.
Sam Guedoir is among at least 21 Manteca merchants and commercial property owners slapped with "drive-by" American with Disability Access compliance lawsuits.
Manteca jobs are on the line.
The Christopher Braley Wounded Warriors 5K Run/Walk Sunday helps keep off the Memorial Day Weekend Commemoration at Woodward Park.
The ante has been upped in the Northern San Joaquin Valley housing market.
Prospectors ravaged California's countryside 165 years ago searching for gold.
A lawyer is making the rounds in Manteca drumming up legal fees by suing businesses over alleged American with Disabilities Acts violations.
Copper wire thieves struck Lincoln Park and its baseball field again.
Some 2,500 people have already signed up for the next mud run at Dell'Osso Farms on Saturday, May 31, at the Lathrop site on Manthey Road next to the San Joaquin River just off Interstate 5.
Interested in scuba diving? Curious about what lifeguard training involves? Want to swim laps for exercise? Need to learn how to swim? Or do you just want to splash around and have fun?
John Perez is afraid.
Forget that fences make good neighbors.
What does $12.3 million buy?
Manteca's elected leaders want businesses to have the opportunity to correct shortcomings in their compliance to the American Disability Act before being sued.
Are libraries relevant?
Homes priced under $304,000 that are ready-to-move-in and don't require major work such as new roofs, kitchen upgrades or bathroom repairs are moving relatively briskly in Manteca.
Manteca needs to spend $37.5 million over the next five years to avoid 180.14 miles of city streets from deteriorating to a point they need even costlier reconstruction.
Drinking water can kill you.
Get ready to meet Kurt Tannen, a quirky Central Intelligence Agency linguist Monday nights this November.
It's time once again for Pomp and Circumstance.
Are you ready for a toilet smarter than you?
The biggest residential project ever approved for Manteca is about to get bigger.
Walnut grower Chris Van Groningen is hoping the pressurized irrigation system installed by the South San Joaquin Irrigation District west of Ripon and south of Manteca could be tapped for fire suppression.
Kristen Olsen doesn't like "unnecessary nanny government policies."