Third one's a charm.
Here's a little tidbit for those who worry about Manteca's business friendly quotient.
It's the ultimate volunteer endeavor.
So how's that voluntary water conservation strategy the City of Manteca is going with as a way to reduce water consumption by 20 percent working?
Those low flying helicopters sweeping over parts of Manteca on Tuesday and Wednesday were all part of an ongoing PG&E commitment to safety.
Emily Whitaker answered a call-out for a quirky San Francisco art show, never realizing her submission would be accepted and then broadcast across the globe by a leading news source.
Is Junior bouncing around in his car seat? Is little Missy struggling to stay upright?
The Manteca Area Soccer League's spring season is just around the corner.
There are two things Phil Waterford loves just as much as putting someone in the right car or truck.
Two Manteca fitness centers traded the comforts of home for one of Northern California's popular trails on Sunday morning.
Boutique Couture will open its new location at 204 Main Street in Ripon in April, said owner Carol Noceti.
Panera Bread is moving forward with plans to build a Manteca location.
Site work started this week for the new McDonald's at the corner of Yosemite and Commerce avenues just down the street from the current location.
So how has the City of Manteca responded to the California drought emergency and Gov. Brown's plea for all Californians to reduce water consumption by 20 percent?
It was hard to tell which pitch was more impressive – the one he delivered with his hand or the microphone.
Lawsuits and threats of lawsuits against businesses and property owners related to alleged non-compliance with American Disabilities Act rules continue to grow in Manteca.
A special forum on water use and availability in Ripon is being staged by the Ripon Chamber of Commerce at the city hall council chambers on Wilma Avenue on Wednesday, July 16, from 6 until 8 p.m.
Ripon 11-year-old Mason McClure appears in Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk's 22-minute promo piece for the 2014 season.
Manteca City Manager Karen McLaughlin's decision to turn off the interactive water play feature at Library Park this year due to the drought isn't popular with some folks.
Steve DeBrum does not want to see children's playground equipment at the East Union Cemetery.