Has Manteca's crime rate gone down because some of the "right" people are losing their homes?
Weeping willows take on more water than the Titanic.
The traffic bulbs downtown don't exactly give everyone the warm fuzzies.
The City of Manteca at one point had 430 approved employee positions.
Prisoners have better healthcare than most taxpayers.
Crying wolf one too many times could lead to an unpleasant day of reckoning come the morning after May 19 for California public schools.
I have a mild headache – and I couldn't be happier.
I wouldn't call competitive eating a sport.
Dianne Feinstein – arguably the best choice for California's next governor – isn't likely to run for the Golden State's top elected office unless she has a martyr streak a thousand miles wide.
If you want class-size reduction to stay intact, then there is only one thing to do – convince the Manteca Unified School District board Tuesday to put Lathrop High on ice and close two elementary schools by consolidating Veritas and Nile Garden as well as New Haven and Joshua Cowell.
It is time to rethink Manteca Unified's proposal to slash $400,000 from the budget by increasing the minimum distance to bus students to and from school.
Mark the date of May 19, 2009.
It's not too often we get an opportunity to see a living legend in his prime right here in our backyard.
It is time for Manteca to get serious about water and energy conservation.
The emperor has no clothes.
Alice Schlote wrapped her arms around the towering Italian cypress in her front yard, pulling her body close to its brush.
It's time to get serious about the homeless in Manteca.
Annie Moore was the first immigrant processed through Ellis Island when it opened on Jan. 1, 1892.