By DENNIS WYATT
The state-mandated housing element that's part of the Manteca General Plan - the city's blueprint for growth - is a document fashioned for and by policy wonks.
Pete Zernik throws his weight to the left, pulls tight on the handlebars and lets gravity do the rest.
Julian Ortega needs a dog.
Stanislaus River water temperatures are expected to be too warm this fall for the survival of the Chinook salmon that are protected the federal Endangered Species Act.
Students in the Ripon Unified School District can look forward to enjoying the great outdoors at Camp Joe Gulch in La Honda.
Peter Rietkerk may be hired Tuesday as the next general manager for the South San Joaquin Irrigation District.
The California countryside is dry, brittle and rife with opportunity for fire. A match, a spark, a bolt of lightning could ignite a powerful, seemingly unstoppable inferno.
Manteca Firefighters Local #1874 IAFF is again hosting their annual Tip a Fireman event on Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 5 until 9 p.m. in support of the Give Every Child a Chance's free after school mentor/tutoring programs.
100 years ago
Tourism as Manteca's marquee industry?
Deborah Herrera has seen the world from a bus windshield for the last 35 years.
It's an 800,000-square-foot behemoth situated on 106 acres that supplies groceries and supplies for the largest supermarket chains in Northern California.
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100 years ago
Lee Almquist was on a bomber crew that returned from a mission and found that they couldn't land on the home ship - the U ...
A historic drought. Taking on the Goliath of for-profit power providers. Putting in place cutting edge pressurized technology for irrigation water delivery. Defending water rights ...
Peter Rietkerk understands the importance of creating a win-win situation between the environment, farming and urban water needs.
Manteca residents can get up to $1,300 in cash rebates to replace high water use front yard lawns with more efficient landscaping.
My family first moved to Manteca in February of 1985 when I was in 2nd grade. We had moved from the bustling city of San ...
River Islands at Lathrop sales are picking up steam.
Alvin Mendes did not come home.
Want to save some money by throwing some solar panels on the roof and letting nature cut into your PG&E bill?
Drugs and child endangerment charges landed a Ripon couple in jail this week.
The work now taking place at the Austin Road interchange and Highway 99 isn't a precursor to major traffic flow improvements or the physical ...
The City of Lathrop will save $10,000 in their first year under a contract with Northern California-based Bay Alarm to provide security services for ...
The first new bridge crossing over the San Joaquin River within the county in at least 40 years is opening in 2016.
It was all in the interest of community health.
Editor's note: Manteca Unified is marking 50 years as unified district. This is an occasional series about the schools - past and present – that are ...
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