LATHROP – Wanted: Lathrop residents' input on what type of police service is best for the city.
Kenny Boynton looked forward to attending Friday's teen dance at Golden West School.
More than 300 acres between Roth Road and Lathrop Road west of Airport Way could accommodate Manteca's next employment center.
A three-year-old Manteca girl is being called a "hero" after she ran some two blocks to get firemen to help her dad who, she said, was "frozen" and wouldn't wake up.
A former Sierra High School sports standout is making a big splash on the silver screen.
Police Chief Dave Bricker knows what Manteca would be like without the dedicated volunteers who help the department protect lives and property.
The advancement of a $2.3 million project to landscape large swaths of the Highway 99 and Highway 120 Bypass corridors through Manteca could end up saving the general fund money by reducing water costs for park irrigation.
Olive Taylor is the only Manteca teacher ever killed on the job.
AKF Development is biding its time until a thaw occurs in commercial lending to proceed with the 300-unit Tesoro apartment complex planned on the northeast corner of Atherton Drive and Van Ryn Road.
LATHROP - It is a summer evening at River Islands at Lathrop.
Aqua Pool Design Center on Moffatt Boulevard in Manteca has taken a knockout punch after a bank has reportedly called in a multi-million dollar loan.
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.
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Social Security has provided critical financial help to people of all ages for the last 80 years, and despite our age, we're far from ...
Seniors Helping Area Residents and Police (SHARP) volunteers pick up between 100 and 125 abandoned shopping carts a month on the streets of Manteca.
Sometimes problems create a better solution.
Manteca's first multiple-family development designed from the start as condos may be built along a western extension of Center Street.
It can take six months for a problem reported along the side of Interstate 5 to be addressed by Caltrans.
A "Brunch of Hope" in memory of Alice Umbalin is a special fundraiser for ovarian cancer education and outreach set for Saturday, Sept. 19 from ...
Trustee Ashley Drain called it "garbage."
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