It is a sign of the times.
Editor, Manteca Bulletin,
Historic police cars and other emergency vehicles dating back to a 1930 CHP Model A Ford were to be expected in Ripon on Saturday.
The smartest decision made by the Manteca City Council during the past 10 years?
Loan sharks have gone uptown.
Every three weeks I spend part of my Saturday at the Delta Blood Bank facility in Modesto.
I was making my inaugural climb.
Wisps of dust spiraled upward from among orchards in the almond triangle formed by Manteca, Ripon, and Escalon as man and machine swept fallen nuts Friday.
There's a lot of angst about the possibility the former Whitaker Home at East Yosemite and Commerce avenues could be razed and replaced with a McDonald's fast food joint.
PG&E's disaster du jour happened in a city where they are not the power supplier.
I abhor saggy pants. I firmly believe it is the height of rudeness to show the public what your underwear looks like or - worse yet - where the sun shouldn't be shining.
It was better than experiencing one of Disneyland's "E-rides" of old, being invited to be part of a breakfast reunion with my longtime family doc and several of his former office support staff.
The Wall Street headline reads: "Joyless holiday retail forecast."
Downtown's future - and its past glory - is being celebrated today.
Could a $5 a head fish bounty program bring a truce to California's water wars?
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Want to make it tough to be homeless in Manteca without running afoul of anyone's rights?
Everyone has a story about their worst date ever. Mine was when I was in the military, and although while on that date I met ...
Aaron Bowers looked down Garfield Avenue that splits Manteca High in two and thought of the possibilities.
If the city council gives its blessing tonight, Lathrop could end up passing its budget in two-year blocks.
Melissa Tenio has loved working with dogs since she was a little girl.
Joann Tilton has had a ringside seat to Manteca history.
Industrious homeless hauled a TV set, microwave and even a chair up a secured ladder and strung electric cords to an outside outlet to cook ...
It was a beauty - and I wanted it.
As accidents go, it wasn't much of a fender bender.
Getting a loan once upon a time meant putting your best foot forward.
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