Plants thrive with a little bit of water and a lot of love.
Manteca Police could within months start picking and choosing what drug cases to prosecute.
Bill Jones - an educator whose commitment to youth didn't stop at the edge of the campus - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
The settings were meticulously placed, the tables ornately decorated and the wall art serving as a stark reminder that you are in fact in a business that has deep British ties.
A predawn fire claimed a single story commercial structure – a onetime radiator shop in the 400 block of Moffat Boulevard – at 4 a.m. Friday.
TRACY – Joanne Hieb needed to find something to keep busy after she sent her kids away to college.
It's a big decision: Modern or traditional?
Manteca could soon start booking and holding suspects they arrest during the work week for certain crimes at the Manteca Police Department and then take them to court in a bid to save $90,000.
Jim Anderson calls it fate.
Thousands of worker bees that had been swarming in the 500 block of East Yosemite Avenue and up Fremont Street for the last several days – apparently totally lost without a hive – focused on a half-filled soda cup for its sugar content Wednesday.
Myklyn Balmut's dream after high school is to attend Harvard Law School.
Manteca's new high-profile animal shelter is taking shape along busy South Main Street at Wetmore Street.
Lynn Weinmaster was all smiles as Secrets and Salon owner Sandy Asher shampooed her hair and prepared her for a mini-makeover Tuesday morning.
Mark McCool never had any reason to believe in the paranormal.
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When Ryan Dickso heard the story of the "Accordion Man" Darryl Bain and his worn out brakes he decided something had to be done.
During the recent Holiday Boutique, Alyssa Cambra collected over 200 toys for Haven of Peace youngsters.
A 48-unit apartment complex for low-income seniors along Cottage Avenue on the southwest side of its overpass with Highway 99 is moving forward.
When it comes to monitoring water usage, the City of Ripon can expect to be fully metered by May 1.
TRACY - San Francisco 49er great Ronnie Lott could be visiting your child's classroom.
A crop of 2,048 new homes is expected to be produced by builders in the coming years in southwest Manteca.
Manteca's newest high school campus isn't Lathrop High.
Times are tough for small business owners.
The IRS is calling and they want you to load a pre-paid debit card with a certain amount of money in order avoid jail time.
Earlier this month volunteers collected toys, jackets, gift cards, blankets and school supplies, for the annual "Stuff the Bus for Kid's Sake" put together ...
Doctors Hospital hosted a yuletide competition for its employees Thursday afternoon with the building of gingerbread houses – with 19 entered in all – coupled with an ...
Manteca-based youth soccer teams are now the only community recreational programs not paying for the use of city-maintained fields in municipal parks.
Darryl Bain, 73, is a Manteca holiday tradition playing old familiar carols in front of the Save Mart grocery store on North Main Street for ...
Jack Coldren is learning the ins-and-outs of the salsa business one jar at a time.
Karen McLaughlin's final day as city manager could be nearly a year from now instead of Jan. 31.
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