In the next 10 days Manteca will hit a milestone that real estate professionals even in the housing boom days never imagined.
Businesses come and go, but many of their employees remain best friends for life.
LATHROP – Another building of note in Lathrop bites the dust.
Dropping the Kids Zone program would cost the City of Manteca $100,000 it uses to subsidize other youth recreation programs.
Mike Mallory is confident Manteca's more fortunate residents won't forget others in the community this Thanksgiving who are struggling with either job losses or substantially reduced pay checks.
Wheat - and not almonds, pumpkins or even grapes - is what attracted farmers to the Manteca region after the Gold Rush in a bid to make a living.
Over the years, Frances Schmiedt has knitted thousands of caps.
Manteca is turning into Joyce Kilmer's kind of town.
Caroline Thibodeau and Brock Elliott were classmates in third grade at the old Yosemite School in Manteca.
Redevelopment agency funds are assuring that Manteca's homeless families will have a shelter to turn to for at least the next 55 years.
Danail Dodd, 20, who was reported missing since late last Saturday night has called home and told his family members that he is fine and now living out of the area.
LATHROP - The snow has started falling in Lathrop.
World War II veteran Ed Kaslin hobbled on crutches, seemingly oblivious to the raw pain from the surgery he had on both knees less than a week ago.
A group of almost a dozen teenagers will know by the end of this weekend what it feels like to be hungry.
Art Smith stood in formation Thursday afternoon with members of the VFW Post 6311 Color Guard waiting patiently for the time to shift his weapon, drop his weapon, and ultimately fire in the volley that comprised the 21-gun salute.
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The 1930s could be characterized as Manteca's "quiet decade" if it weren't for the first major flood of the 20th century, labor strife ...
LATHROP – Most of the Lathrop City Council doesn't believe that those who levy the fines should be the same ones who determine whether they ...
It's going to be a return to the 1920s flapper scene for the Ripon Chamber of Commerce members Thursday at for its annual installation ...
Scott Tolman would have loved to train in Manteca year-round.
Editor's note: The following is part of a series recapping Manteca's history.
Generosity can go a long way.
A classy welcome sign is about to be installed near the northbound off ramp of Highway 99 that hopefully will draw motorists into the historic ...
The Manteca Unified budget is coming back.
A 65-year-old bicyclist was killed in the Tuesday noon hour when crossing Louise Avenue near the Tidewater Bike Path west of North Main Street.
Manteca Fire Chief Kirk Waters, 54, is retiring this month after 29 years of working his way up through the ranks from firefighter to the ...
LATHROP - The City of Lathrop could end up adding some teeth to their push to eradicate illegal fireworks in the community in the coming months.
Bigger classrooms, realistic-looking storefront facades, and great lunches – that's what stood out for youngsters attending the first day of the Chief's Foundation Junior ...
For the longest time I've told myself that I can't wait to lose weight because then I'd be able to go buy ...
The City of Ripon continues to keep up with its strong water conservation efforts during the hot summer months.
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