It's about time.
Jennie, I believe, is determined to kill me or, at least, prove me wrong.
Sacramento today wouldn't be much more than a larger version of Modesto if it wasn't for one thing – a decision in 1854 by the California Legislature to abandon Benicia and move the seat of state government.
Joe DeAngelis is a regular at Manteca City Council meetings.
Rafael Ayala's parents immigrated to the United States from Mexico.
The government has a responsibility to keep kids safe.
Bass Pro Shops was going to locate a store in Northern California.
The political equivalent of the San Andreas Fault has split California in half for years at the Tehachapi Mountains.
I am a registered Republican.
Some say the Manteca Bulletin reports too much crime and, as such, creates an unreasonable amount of anxiety about crime.
The real estate agent unlocked the door telling me to remember that it was a foreclosure.
Would you trade $100,000 a year for $1 million a year?
Boy Scouts of America do not ask prospective youth members about their sexual preference.
The city of Lathrop is concerned about blight and public safety. That's why it's opening bureaucratic doors to fast-track the solution to a problem that has long been a black eye in an area of town that is rich not only in historic legacy but also one that has a direct and immediate impact on hundreds of youngsters.
There's still plenty of gold in California's fertile dirt.
A few miles west of Tracy is the start of the 705-mile long intravenous tube that is draining the natural lifeblood of lands around the Delta and farther north.
Life is fleeting.
The early morning light shines through the glass, illuminating the stories and tails inside the Manteca Animal Shelter.
Smash an anthill, and ants will start scattering. Not only will they plague other areas of your yard where they weren't before but nine times out of ten they will eventually return and rebuild the anthill.
Tacos for a good cause! The Tactical Tacos fundraiser is being held on Friday, Aug. 8, to benefit the Manteca and Ripon Tactical Officers Association at the Manteca Senior Center, 295 Cherry Lane, from 6 until 11 p.m. For $30 you'll get tacos, two drink tickets and a chance to win door prizes. Plus you can win a firearm or tactical gear in a raffle!
Smoke hung over Yosemite Valley Sunday.
The zombies are back.
Editor, Manteca Bulletin,
The good old days.
I was almost embarrassed.