A New Vision High student - the Manteca Unified School District's continuation high school in Weston Ranch - has complained to the Americans United for Separation of Church and State that a teacher is promoting an after school Bible club as well as religion in class.
Speaking of religion, Manteca's United Methodist Church is gearing up to celebrate their 100th year in 2015.
A number of teachers must be loving the Going Digital initiative being implemented by the Manteca Unified School District.
Manteca's first move to buy a "public utility" and monthly charges ended up saving took place in 1928 and resulted in rates being slashed by almost 50 percent.
It was the grand dame of Manteca.
The Place of Refuge congregation spread holiday cheer far and wide this holiday season.
Robert Hendricksen e-mailed in this gem about his own shopping cart etiquette observations:
Organizers of a Manteca Christmas Eve breakfast are worried that this may be a bleak Christmas for older children and younger teens.
It was 62 degrees at mid-afternoon Monday in Manteca and music filled the air in some neighborhoods. No, not Christmas music. It was music from the speakers of an ice cream truck.
Downtown Manteca is losing one of its most unique businesses.
Toys, clothes and blankets are on the shopping lists for Manteca police officers and other employees who are invading Target and Walmart this weekend to help Santa make Christmas brighter for the less fortunate on their beats.
You have two chances to play Santa for kids in Manteca, Ripon, and Lathrop that may go without toys on Christmas.
Brandy Clark has some good news.
Chevrolet's old ad jingle "solid like a rock" is resonating well with Manteca Police and taxpayers.
Some things never change.
Commuters to the Bay Area that have to cross the Bay Bridge, San Mateo, Dumbarton, San Rafael, Carquinez or Golden Gate bridges will be able to buy the new FasTrak transponders that you can set for one, two or three passengers in Manteca starting July.
Crews drilling at Lincoln School on Tuesday weren't looking to sink a well for water.
Demolition crews started tearing down the Lincoln Park group picnic area shelter on Tuesday.
John Rallios has a creative habit that's not unlike "The Hobbit."
River Islands Technology Academy will celebrate its second annual Evening of Art tonight.
Double-digit growth in emergency room visits at Doctors Hospital of Manteca is a byproduct of the Affordable Care Act.
Pastor James E. French is now working to help prevent at-risk teens at Weston Ranch High from falling under the influence of gangs.
Some residents are wondering why a temporary moratorium on putting in swimming pools isn't part of the 14-point plan the Manteca City Council is considering when they meet Tuesday at 7 p.m. to deal with the governor's mandate that water urban water use by slashed 25 percent below 2013 levels.
Did Manteca Unified School District trustee Ashley Drain lie on her declaration of candidacy statement as well as Form 700 required to disclose real property, investments and where candidate and elected officials live?
Wonder who has lush lawns in Manteca and those who have cut back a bit to save water as of this week?
Speaking of droughts, several readers have indicated it is important for some agency - perhaps a municipal water department - to come up with information to advise people on what water savings might actually be detrimental.
Upwards of 50,000 people are expected to attend the 19th annual Crossroads Street Fair Saturday, April 11, and Sunday, April 12, in downtown Manteca.
Contrary to a radio report, a longtime tenant in the Manteca Marketplace shopping center is not closing its doors.