Nagging is in. Big time.
By DENNIS WYATT
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.
Ripon continues to set the standard when it comes to home values in the Northern San Joaquin Valley.
Joy Stewart was 22-years-old.
The Stockton Area Atheists and Freethinkers are gathering tonight at 8 o'clock in the relative warm confines of the McFall Room of the Manteca Library for a lecture.
Manteca's golf course is bucking a regional trend of declining rounds played.
Three of the five pillars of the First Amendment are getting a workout Wednesday in Manteca at the most appropriate place - the Manteca Library and the adjoining Library Park.
South County American Idol fans are in for a treat today. FOX is treating Northern California American Idol fans to a special day early screening of the premiere of the 13th season at the AMC Showplace 16 at The Promenade Shops at Orchard Valley, the 120 Bypass and Union Road.
Interested in getting more versatility from your cane?
How much does a gallon of gas cost in taxes? Try 61.2 cents.
The skies are bright and clear but the future outlook for water isn't.
As train stations go, the $7 million brick and glass transit center that opened last year at Moffat Boulevard and Main Street is a far cry from Manteca's original depot.
The Mexican government has slapped a 16 percent luxury tax on all processed dog food.
The last time Manteca – and the rest of the United States – faced a major flu epidemic that had the potential of closing schools and quarantining victims was 96 years ago.
"Governors can't make rain."
It is costing me just $52 more a month to buy my own home in Manteca when all is said and done than if I was still renting a two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment at Laurel Glen.
The burnt orange seats - once trendy in the early 1980s when the Manteca Civic Center was built - are gone.