Two new restaurants plus new locations for two long-time restaurants are on the menu for Manteca.
Can Manteca take back Moffat Boulevard?
The hottest ticket in Manteca tonight is to a dance with a cool theme - Manteca Parks & Recreation Department's Father-Daughter Dance.
Every one of the 23,000 Manteca Unified students had a working Going Digital device on Friday.
There appears to be at least two votes on the Manteca City Council to rip out the remaining much maligned bulb-outs in the 100 block of North Main Street.
So you think you know a lot about Manteca as well as Doctors Hospital.
Dream of owning your own condo in Manteca?
Water got cut off Wednesday to 12 apartments at a complex in the 1300 block of East North Street.
Get ready for sticker shock.
Want a peek at Manteca's future?
Get ready for extra commute traffic on the 120 Bypass as well as Lathrop Road starting Monday.
The mystery suitor that wants to partner with McWhinney Development should their dalliance with Great Wolf Resorts wither may make a segment of critics to the proposed resort hotel-indoor/outdoor waterpark-conference center happy.
So how bad is the gopher problem at Weston Ranch High?
Just a stone's throw – actually not even that - from Manteca's most expensive rental address is a rather large homeless encampment between Paseo Villas and the eastbound lanes of the 120 Bypass.
The skies around Manteca are about to see more big jets.
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The 30,000-square-foot Hat Mansion has been offered as a possible site for a new Manteca Library branch by Richland Communities.
Bonsai trees galore. A gigantic sundial on the ground, all handmade, with the traventine-marble gnomon rising to an impressive five feet. A full bocce ball ...
Joan Kamps and fellow members of the Ripon Bible Study group are impressed with Manteca's murals.
The Sunrise Kiwanis want to say thanks to the men and women who served our country.
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