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Is a Sam Fant-Nancy Techeira partnership on the Manteca Unified School District board possible?
River Islands at Lathrop is expected to decide next month whether to go ahead with a request to switch from Banta School District and Tracy High School District to join Manteca Unified School District.
Michael Vega Park is being dedicated on Tuesday at 2 p.m. at River Islands at Lathrop.
Nothing says education like an Xbox One, right?
Here's a different take on Manteca's homeless.
The Moffat Community Center that will serve as the home of the Jimmie Connors Veterans of Foreign Wars Post is on the fast track.
Road construction on Louise Avenue has turned Devonshire Avenue into a race track.
There's a lot of drug money out there.
More than a few Del Webb at Woodbridge residents are hoping for a neighbor to go about doing their laundry a bit quieter.
Matt Vaughn is on the air in Reno.
Tracy's downtown does a Herculean job of finding ways to get folks to visit the community's central business district.
The past few months have seen several changes at the pioneer East Union Memorial Cemetery, beginning with the passing of Evelyn Prouty in July.
Manteca is getting another bakery.
Do as the City of Manteca says and not as it does.
The owners of Stadium Retail Center anchored by Kohl's Department Store are seeking Manteca Planning Commission approval to build a 12,800-square-foot building with two suites.
It's take a number for investigators earning paychecks chasing down leads about possible Manteca Unified School District trustee misconduct.
The following is a gem about the Manteca High Academic Decathlon Team that appeared in the San Joaquin County Office of Education's Outlook newsletter:
Two houses that have been boarded up across East Yosemite Avenue from the International of Pancakes will used in the coming week by the Manteca Fire Department for training purposes.
Manteca Unified Trustee Sam Fant did not stick the school district with $4,000 in unpaid bills for using school facilities for community endeavors.
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.