Wild boar. Wild pheasant. Wild everything.
Santa's helpers will be out in force this weekend.
Need guidance on how to oversee your child's use of technology such as the Internet and school-issued tablets at home?
It was a record year for attendance at Dell'Osso Farms in Lathrop.
The daily afternoon back-up of traffic on Moffat Boulevard - often stretching from Austin Road past Woodward Avenue - isn't going away anytime soon.
Manteca answered the call Saturday
Ulta Beauty - Manteca's newest beauty supply store/salon - opens its doors today at 10 a.m. at Stadium Center anchored by Kohl's Department Store.
First her home in El Rancho Mobile Home Park was gutted by fire.
Richard Hansen thinks the City of Manteca should step up to improve pedestrian safety near Doctors Hospital of Manteca and slow down traffic.
Lawrence Scrivner is among the Manteca residents weighing in on the debate before the Manteca Planning Commission Tuesday - and ultimately the Manteca City Council - about upping the legal allowable residential fence heights from 6 feet to 7 feet.
The Manteca Library has a number of upcoming free programs.
Want to make Manteca more appealing?
You can have your cake and smash a car too.
From the streets of Manteca . . .
100 years ago
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Whatever the status of Manteca City Manager Elena Reyes, one thing is for sure - she can't be terminated until after Feb. 6, 2017.
Manteca almost had a new fire chief.
There's a dose of good news - and possibly more - for those Manteca solid waste customers not thrilled about the City of Manteca's prouncement ...
Twenty-four years ago Gary Singh was struggling to learn English.
How cutting edge is Manteca's wastewater treatment plant?
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