Manteca wants people to reduce water use - or do they?
Arguably the worst placed bulb in downtown Manteca is gone.
Question: How many Starbucks does Manteca need?
The calendar has turned to 2015 which means a new year but the same old refrain.
Banta School District is kicking the River Islands Technology Academy out.
The year was 1966.
It's Restaurant Week in Manteca.
Doctors Hospital of Manteca is hosting Saturday's (Jan. 17) breakfast at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane that will include a health fair where participants will have the opportunity to be entered in a drawing for gift cards.
Do you feel safe crossing the overpasses at Main Street, Union Road and Airport Way on foot or bike?
Kirk Waters got the best Christmas present a fire chief could ask for - no Christmas-related fires over the holiday season.
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.
Manteca Councilman Mike Morowit has a reputation of being able to hold up his end of a conversation and then some.
The final tally from the homeless count conducted in Manteca in January puts the unsheltered homeless count at 88 with 57 of those being male and 32 females. Of those, two were children. The count included six veterans.
Community service clubs are being recognized during the Saturday Senior Breakfast taking place this Saturday, March 21, at 9 a.m. at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane.
Last summer using Library Park was anything but a family outing.
The contracting company that filled up a water truck Thursday from a Manteca fire hydrant without permission has told Public Works staff they were sorry and they will pay for the water.
Former Mayor Willie Weatherford knows the story of Fred "Mike" Morenzone well.
Manteca Councilman Richard Silverman passed on some good news for veterans.
The folks at the American Public Transportation Association are impressed with San Joaquin County residents.
Congressmen Jeff Denham, R-Turlock, and Tom McClintock, R-Roseville, are talking the Bureau of Reclamation's Mid-Pacific Region and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to task for what they are calling a "gross mismanagement" of the Stanislaus River.
Here's the Manteca history question of the day: Why did the city years ago honor Fred Morenzone by naming the adult softball field on Center Street west of Union Road after him?
By the time you read this, the train probably has already pulled out of the station.
Tuesday's Around Town had the wrong non-emergency number to call Manteca Police dispatch when you come across a homeless gentleman who often poses a safety hazard at the entrance to McDonald's on East Yosemite Avenue across from the center anchored by Grocery Outlet.
Shilo Harris - an Army staff sergeant that survived an IED explosion while on patrol in Iraq during the Global War on Terror - is the guest speaker for this Friday's sold-out third annual "Evening of Honor" at the Place of Refuge church.
Robert Davis, co-owner of Elite Arms Gun Shop, will discuss the latest court cases and legislation involving the Second Amendment rights when the Manteca Patriots meet on Thursday, March 12, at 7:30 p.m. with featured speaker.
Little League is still the big spring thing in Manteca.