The love affair started innocently enough.
The rich, they're different than you and I.
What do Barrack Obama and Jimmy Carter have in common? Both of their political destinies were greatly influenced by weather.
The republic is still standing.
The numbers in Tuesday's Manteca City Council election seem to add up to one conclusion: For the most part folks are generally happy with the direction Manteca is headed.
Flies. They're everywhere these days.
It's called the Heath Care for America plan.
It was a warm spring-like 78 degrees in Manteca on Sunday.
What do Benjamin Franklin, Al Gore, global warming and 2 a.m. this Sunday as well as you PG&E bill all have in common?
A large chunk of people's gripes with the City of Manteca come down to property use and maintenance. At the same time the city is hard pressed to maintain parks, street lights, and abate blight.
It's fantastic to find some moment in time spontaneously, and this picture of a small boy being kissed by a horse was more than special. I can't remember who sent it to me but it came via Facebook recently – the photographer did not take credit.
The scariest place this Halloween isn't the Winchester Mystery House. Nor is it watching the Zombie Apocalypse in 3-D.
Detroit's city leadership is probably relieved that the Tigers didn't win the World Series.
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Let's call the proposed Manteca garbage rate hike as presented what it really is - a sham.
Now that postal carriers have risked getting a hernia delivering the 220-page California General Election Official Voter Information Guide, perhaps you might want to contemplate ...
Manteca's elected leaders are voting Dec. 6 to take the amount of money Manteca residents pay for garbage service up by as much as ...
What will it take for Democrats to lose the 95 percent black vote?
Guilt by association.
Colin Kaepernick did not beat his significant other. Nor did he run dog fights and then execute the losing dogs.
It's not just your imagination.
Deuel Vocational Institute - 10 miles southwest of Manteca - is a lot less crowded these days.
The loss of farmland to build employment centers, retail and housing will cost developers $17,808 an acre.
Manteca needs to drill two new water wells.
Ripon is a town with a population of slightly over 15,000.
The houses that dropped the most in value - and took the longest to bounce back - during the Great Recession triggered by liar loans were the ...
When I read Proposition 62 on the Nov. 8 ballot, I don't see it as a "yes" or "no" issue or even as a ...
The scariest time of the year is almost upon us.
Some educational elitists frame it as "just selling the farm."
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