East Yosemite Avenue between Commerce Avenue and Spreckels Avenue is a bit quieter these days.
Stockton's pending decision to pull the plug on its redevelopment agency has gotten the attention of Manteca's elected leaders.
The seventh annual Agape Villages Foster Family Agency's Golf Tournament sponsors are urging registrations for their Friday, Sept. 9, event scheduled at the Manteca Golf Course.
Lathrop Gateway - a massive residential and business park on Manteca's doorstep northwest of McKinley Avenue and the 120 Bypass - is expected to generate a ton of traffic.
Greg Leland has passed the baton off to Anthony Chapman, a fitting analogy for the former track coaches.
Manteca's streets were a bit less safe the first half of the year.
LATHROP – Luz Juarez knew there was a light at the end of the tunnel when she was organizing the Harvest Festival for Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church.
The new transit station being built on Moffat Boulevard could lead to an expansion of the cramped Manteca Library.
STOCKTON – The Altamont Commuter Express Maintenance and Layover Facility could be the most significant construction project to hit the region.
Mid-management employees for the City of Manteca have agreed to cut their compensation by $1,280,000 over the next four years.
LATHROP – When it comes to thinking up ideas that not only involve the community but benefit the Lathrop Senior Center, site director Chris Lawrence has no problem straying outside of the box.
The quick action of firefighters Friday night in knocking down a massive fire in a series of outbuildings with flames reaching more than 25 feet in the air prevented an adjacent home from being torched.
Manteca trimmed spending by $14.1 million and shed 88 municipal workers during Steve Pinkerton's tenure as city manager.
A trained and certified service dog went beyond her training Saturday evening when she immediately ran for help after her master was struck down by a pickup truck.
LATHROP – Former Lathrop Mayor Steve McKee had a simple and straightforward message to the Lathrop City Council during their meeting last week.
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Manteca had a sweet deal going when Spreckels Sugar opened its factory for what ended up being an 80-year run.
Summertime and the livin' is easy
Converting farmland to urban uses doesn't mean water that was used to irrigate crops can be tapped to flow through faucets for homes developers ...
This is a new era for Ripon High.
East Union High's golden anniversary date - Sept. 6 - is 25 days away.
A $20 million project to add a second off-ramp lane from northbound Highway 99 to the westbound 120 Bypass as well as an additional southbound ...
David Marks didn't have a lectern to speak to his fellow Manteca Tea Party Patriots from on Thursday night.
The "Ha Ha" game was one of the icebreaking activities used Wednesday at the Ripon High Link Crew freshmen orientation event.
Looks can be deceiving.
Manteca Unified Board of Education Board President Deborah Romero had some pointed words for those who are still making waves about the Weston Ranch Mello-Roos ...
Doctors Hospital's front door at 1205 East North Street will serve as the temporary entrance to the emergency room for roughly two months by ...
It's a starting point towards crafting possible changes to the alcohol ordinance.
Sherie Gates treats Golden West School like it is her own home.
Fifty years ago there were eight school districts that served students in Manteca, Lathrop and French Camp.
Manteca's second oldest community park - Northgate Park - is undergoing a $950,000 modernization.
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