Manteca is operating today with 28 percent less sworn police officers than three years ago.
Unemployment hit a post-World War II high in Manteca in July as another 224 people thrown out of work pushed the jobless rate to 15.2 percent.
Wet sludge – the solid byproduct of treating the 9.87 millions of gallons of wastewater Manteca generates each day – can cost as much as $200,000 a year to bury in a landfill.
Another section of Manteca's planned 20.7 miles of separated bicycle paths was put in place this week.
LATHROP - River Islands at Lathrop is just the latest in a series of bold investments by a firm that traces its roots back to 1854 in England when it got its start managing and owning the famous Tea Clippers.
Janet Powell McKee hopes that her new book – entitled "Counseling Letters to God: A Psychological Paraphrase of Psalms" – will help make a difference in the lives of those who read it.
Seven new members are joining the Manteca Youth Advisory Commission.
RIPON - A corps of Ripon volunteers is stepping up to the plate to knock down weeds that the reduced numbers of city workers have not had time to touch.
Theresa Daniels and her husband, Rodney, are missing being a part of Sierra High.
One of the two missing gaps on Atherton Drive will break ground this fall.
Manteca is on pace to again lead the Northern San Joaquin Valley in housing starts.
The 2010 Manteca Idol season is officially underway.
RIPON - The City of Ripon got on board Tuesday night with a state mandated Assembly Bill 2572 ruling that water meters be installed on all residential properties in the community.
Manteca's elected leaders have created an on-street handicapped parking space in front of 221 N. Poplar Ave. to accommodate a resident who does not have a driveway.
A regional government consortium consisting of 16 of the San Joaquin Valley's largest cities from Stockton to Bakersfield is trying to devise a collective approach to "sustainable growth."
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Manteca Unified school campuses south of the 120 Bypass will be the first to use treated wastewater to irrigate grass fields and landscaping.
Brenda Padilla scanned the walls inside of the Manteca Unified boardroom and marveled at the work of her fellow students.
Stricter water rules are now in place for Manteca residents and businesses.
Robert Prewitt - the first principal at Colony Oak School - said it was a quieter time in Ripon when the new school's students and staff ...
Most of the time, a three-hitter with eight strikeouts will yield a win for a pitcher.
Ripon High is now in the driver's seat towards capturing its sixth Trans-Valley League crown in 10 years.
A low-key proposal to establish a partnership between the city, businesses, and property owners to breathe new life into downtown has been outlined by the ...
Get ready for the return of the Jedi, Manteca Parks & Recreation style.
On the basketball court, on softball mound, and on the football field, Manteca Unified School District has had significant success. This success focuses a lot ...
The report filed by a Lathrop Manteca Fire Department Battalion Chief tells a completely different story than the one that NextGeneration STEAM Academy Principal Leslie ...
Henry C. Long - a farmer with roots dating back to 1901 in French Camp - is being inducted into the Manteca Hall of Fame.
Ripon will soon have a law in place for massage businesses.
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