So it finally happened.
The next major curriculum adoption for Manteca Unified will allow teachers to tailor lesson plans for students of all skill levels in their classroom with relative ease allowing more time for one-on-one instruction.
BigBelly solar-powered trash bins with built-in compactors are multiplying in Manteca and city trash collection costs are shrinking.
The decision to reinstate the district-run Acorn League to provide after school sports for elementary school students will stand.
Manteca residents slashed their water use 42 percent in March over 2013 consumption levels.
Ted Johnston could hardly believe the numbers from the City of Ripon's water conservation efforts from last month.
The youth movement has arrived.
They came by the thousands and waited in line in many cases for as long as two hours.
Eight Manteca police dogs barked feverishly as their fellow canine was rolled through their ranks during a ceremony that would end with the 12-year-old German shepherd being put down.
Erika Miranda loves art.
The decision by the Manteca Unified board to bring the Acorn League back in house after 10 years of being run by a non-profit might be subject to an instant replay tonight.
When it comes to inserting advertisements in the mail – namely, monthly utility bills or annual dog license renewal notices – the City of Ripon is currently without a policy.
STOCKTON - It was a good week for Manteca High.
The lack of a school funding mechanism for thousands of new homes expected to be built south of the 120 Bypass may mean year round schools could become a reality in rapidly growing South Manteca.
Tydus Verhoeven is impossible to miss.
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Max Medina is the architect behind the Colony Oak Elementary School.
High school is often too late to try to get a student plugged into the value of an education.
Lacrosse - a contact team sport that traces its roots back to the Native American Iroquois - may be coming to Manteca as a recreation sport.
STOCKTON – Kayla Keating is the face of this year's San Joaquin AgFest.
As May's temperatures warmed up Manteca's commitment to water conservation didn't cool down.
Back in December the sun set at 4:52 p.m., but parks in Lathrop didn't officially close to the public until 10 p ...
A burglar who netted $6,000 in cash from a Manteca tire shop was caught on a security video and arrested days later when Detective ...
LINDSEY TANNER, AP Medical Writer
ATLANTA (AP) - One doctor delivered test results to Prince's home. Another sent his son, who wasn't a physician, on a cross-country flight to ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - Millions of people who pay the full cost of their health insurance will face the sting of rising premiums next year, with no ...
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Millions of Muslims around the world on Monday, June 6, marked the start of Ramadan, a month of intense prayer ...
Being bicycle and pedestrian friendly is not an afterthought at River Islands at Lathrop.
When Wayne Champlin Castle sold his family farm on French Camp Road, he was the fifth generation that had lived there since it was built ...
Like most youngsters, Josiah Davis enjoys video games.
Richard Silverman doesn't think expenditure of public money can get any clearer than this: Spending $222,000 to assure that nearly 4,000 of ...
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