The rich, they're different than you and I.
What do Barrack Obama and Jimmy Carter have in common? Both of their political destinies were greatly influenced by weather.
The republic is still standing.
The numbers in Tuesday's Manteca City Council election seem to add up to one conclusion: For the most part folks are generally happy with the direction Manteca is headed.
Flies. They're everywhere these days.
It's called the Heath Care for America plan.
It was a warm spring-like 78 degrees in Manteca on Sunday.
What do Benjamin Franklin, Al Gore, global warming and 2 a.m. this Sunday as well as you PG&E bill all have in common?
A large chunk of people's gripes with the City of Manteca come down to property use and maintenance. At the same time the city is hard pressed to maintain parks, street lights, and abate blight.
It's fantastic to find some moment in time spontaneously, and this picture of a small boy being kissed by a horse was more than special. I can't remember who sent it to me but it came via Facebook recently – the photographer did not take credit.
The scariest place this Halloween isn't the Winchester Mystery House. Nor is it watching the Zombie Apocalypse in 3-D.
Detroit's city leadership is probably relieved that the Tigers didn't win the World Series.
Is there a mainstream media cover-up of an Obama administration cover-up in the wake of the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi, Libya, which left four Americans dead?
So many times, we see them, but not really "see" them.
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The Doctors Hospital Auxiliary has again distributed more than $20,000 in college scholarships to area students who are at least beginning their third year ...
It was a huge blow for the city when Lathrop's 51-year-old glass manufacturing facility was shuttered for good in 2013.
A small but growing number of Manteca residents are singing the blues because their efforts not to pay more green by continually placing garbage in ...
Six women now in their second century were lauded during a celebration at Bethany Homes.
Ripon Police want to learn about neighborhood issues as well as arm residents with information on how they can help combat crime.
Duke Cooper revved up his supped up 1969 Camaro Friday in front of the Manteca Jimmie Connors Veterans of Foreign War Post 6311.
The party is almost over.
Garfield Avenue between Moffat Boulevard and Yosemite Avenue is a symbol of what ails Manteca.
About 15 years ago I took a phone call from an angry citizen.
The 3.9 percent growth cap doesn't matter any longer. With its rollover feature of unused sewer allocations builders - if they so desired and ...
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