Gas - as one billboard along Moffat Boulevard proclaimed last summer - is $1.10 per gallon.
The great thing about growing old is growing old.
This is my observation of a real-life Santa Claus who continues to touch the hearts of his fellow Mantecans despite a recent medical setback – a true community hero.
Today is our nation's 223rd Thanksgiving.
PG&E, without a doubt, needs billions of dollars to prevent the quasi-monopoly they have been bestowed from plunging the Northern California economy into Third World status.
Pardon the expression, but what kind of ding dong goes out and buys 16 boxes of Twinkies and Ding Dongs and then goes on eBay and advertise three boxes for $300?
I dreaded high school PE classes.
Uncle Sam is on the hunt for drug dealers.
It's open season on law-abiding Californians.
In the coming days I will get in my Escape and drive 457 miles to Death Valley.
My Mom was dying.
The love affair started innocently enough.
The rich, they're different than you and I.
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Gov. Jerry Brown wants to see if an amicable solution can be reached when it comes to protecting endangered fish on the Stanislaus, Tuolumne and ...
It hit me standing in line at Costco last week.
It was great to see the East Union High administration honor the late Peter Dalben at the school's first Valley Oak League boys basketball ...
I took an E-ticket ride Thursday morning.
Ninety-seven years this May voters in what is now known as the Manteca Unified School District passed a ballot measure to form the Manteca Union ...
Is Manteca breaking its own law and thus imperiling the city by perpetuating a myth that the 3.9 percent growth management ordinance is actually ...
Let's cut to the chase.
It was absolute heaven.
James Waterman - Google's pointman in advocating the use and purchase of its technology in state and local government as well as education - is one ...
California voters passed Proposition 64, legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
The grand opening of Manteca's first dog park is Thursday, Jan, 12, at 4 p.m.
Manteca issued permits for the building of 362 housing units in 2016.
Manteca's 29-year-old growth cap will allow almost 1,000 housing units to be built in 2017.
It was a sight to behold.
Ever look reality in the face?
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