No red flags here.
Manteca's cozy lounge bar was locked up and put behind bars on Monday.
Thomas the Tank Engine was sad.
Talk about bursting my (champagne) bubble.
On this heavily-traveled stretch of rural road, amid thorny bushes, broken glass and snake holes, lays a memorial for Brian Niederbrach.
I am underwater.
Question: What do the now defunct Soviet Politburo and the Manteca City Council have in common?
The Twin Tunnels propaganda is a classic case of double talk.
Welcome back, kids.
"The city isn't dedicating a transit station; they're dedicating a community meeting hall."
The Rose Motel is no more. The Moffat Boulevard standard for decades has a new name: Inn by the Station. It's a nod to the fact the motel is located across the street from the City of Manteca's new $8.3 million Manteca Transit Center.
Dilapidated trailers. Debris stacked in piles. A rundown picket fence. And on some days there are more shopping carts than at a Dollar General Store.
Thirty years later, I still remember the presentation.
Twice neighbors have prevented me from becoming a crime victim.
Just because something is old doesn't make it historical.
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This is going to sound a tad blasphemous, but here goes: But why does Sacramento worry about affordable housing to the point they mandate cities ...
Manteca's new dog park and adjoining sidewalk along Eucalyptus Street might have been built for at least 20 percent less than the $235,000 ...
"People get the neighborhood they want."
Remember the good old days when pickup trucks were cheaper than cars and defined the terms "basic" and "Spartan"?
The City of Lathrop has long positioned itself as a "business friendly" community.
There are over 500 wells pumping water from the same source - the Eastern San Joaquin Groundwater Sub-Basin.
They took their message of promoting safe driving Thursday to Sequoia Elementary School.
Your neighbor might one day save your life.
Manteca - under a Climate Action Plan adopted in 2013 - must reduce its per capita greenhouse gases by 21.7 percent by the time 2020 roll ...
There's something called the law of diminishing returns.
Remember Bakersfield in 1992?
Bet you George and Jane Jetson are wishing they hired an undocumented immigrant as a housekeeper instead of hiring Rosie the robot maid.
"California is taking the boldest step in the nation toward making college debt-free." - California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon speaking about a plan to create a ...
Why do poor people struggling to make ends meet leave job rich Bay Area to head east over the Altamont Pass?
Marty Harris is right.
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