Dan Kaiser doesn't agree with Carmichael-based attorney Scott Johnson's tactics for making sure that California businesses comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Mack is the 7-year-old American Paint/Quarter horse belonging to Kaitlyn Zaborsky.
Events are planned this weekend as part of Manteca's Memorial Day Commemoration that typically draws upwards of 25,000 people.
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.
Alice Smith rummages through boxes in the garage, searching for a photo of a long-lost relative she's never met.
Just because that e-cigarette is electronic doesn't necessarily mean that it's welcome everywhere.
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.
LATHROP – When Circle K packed up and left Lathrop they took their gas pumps with them.
Manteca jobs are on the line.
Editor's note: The following are excerpts from Lauren Council's speech Saturday during opening ceremonies for the Ripon Relay for Life at Ripon High staged to benefit the American Cancer Society.
One little candle can brighten up a whole world of darkness. And one act of kindness, however infinitesimal, can make a humongous difference.
Short in stature, huge in heart for everyone he has met in the Manteca, Ripon and Escalon communities, "Shorty" Wolf, 84, is moving to his native Oklahoma today to live with son Michael Wolf.
Several years ago, Manteca High School opened a unique student-run credit union program where students not only earned academic credits but also learned real-world job skills.
For the fifth year in a row, Park View Elementary School was selected to the California Business for Education Excellence for Prestigious Honor Roll.
LATHROP – It might not yet be election season, but the political fuse has already been lit in Lathrop.
Work on a $1.9 million project to make two miles of Louise Avenue more conducive to pedestrians and bicyclists while enhancing the looks of the east-west corridor with start this summer.
Marshall Magincalda stood in the front of his Woodward Avenue ranchette and gazed at the dozens of people buzzing around his property as if it were normal.
Frank Warren is a busy man.
Mary Buchanan is not a certificated Manteca Unified teacher librarian. But she is working hard to convince district officials "to consider returning the teacher librarian positions to each of the high schools." Those positions were among the victims of the budget cuts that were made during the Great Recession.
A Manteca man who suffered a compound fracture above his ankle during a river accident and faced amputation will get to keep his left foot.
Orena Monahan once again enjoyed her three-day stay at the Fourth of July Powwow at the Three Rivers Lodge in Manteca.
"Coach" is still swinging for the bleachers.
There's a potential $32,000 pay day in Manteca for someone trying to make a living by filing Americans with Disabilities Act lawsuits for alleged non-compliance to federal rules.
If everything goes according to plan, eight elementary schools in Manteca Unified will be fully wired for 21st-century technology connection by September.
It wasn't exactly the fictional Wagon Queen Family Truckster from National Lampoon Vacation.
Five graduate nurses picked from a field of 187 applicants were welcomed into Doctors Hospital's six-month-long Versant internship program at a noon luncheon on Wednesday in the DHM conference room.
Today's Manteca Independence Day Parade will feature over 34 entries to the theme of "Traveling the USA."
There's money for pay raises in Manteca's $30.1 million general fund spending plan for the next 12 months.
They've been known to drive dogs crazy.