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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Jeffrey Kincaid – now 63 years old – has made his family proud with his spirit and tenacity that went against all odds in the life of ...
It has been nearly a month since newly-elected councilman Ruben Sandoval passed away unexpectedly just two days after he took the oath of office.
A 21,450-square-foot building is being proposed for one of the few remaining undeveloped parcels in Spreckels Park.
Manteca's mish mash approach to major arterials continues unabated.
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