Big League Dreams - when all is said and done - is owned by the City Of Manteca.
How would you feel if you and 59 other neighbors were assessed $50 apiece to improve your neighborhood but only someone 2,700 miles away could determine how that money would be spent?
San Joaquin County back in the early-1990s used eminent domain to force an elderly Manteca woman out of her long-time home in the 200 block of North Sherman Avenue.
It is the $900 million question that more than a few veterans are asking: Why is it taking Uncle Sam so long to build a 120-bed Veterans Administration nursing home and outpatient medical clinic in French Camp?
They are feathered friends and, on some occasions, foes.
These are not fun days for PG&E.
Fear is expensive.
Water, water everywhere, and not a drop to drink.
Pain is relative.
What is obscene cussing and should the government regulate it?
It is obvious a city doesn't adopt rules just to adopt rules.
Sacramento can't control its urge to spend more money than they collect but they can tell the rest of us how to go about living our lives.
I'm seeing pink today.
Lathrop Elementary School Principal David Silveira knows what the stricken Chavez family is going through.
A Manteca success story can be found at 528 West Yosemite Avenue.
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Imagine how big of an image problem Manteca would have if homeless encampments lined the 120 Bypass transition ramp to southbound Highway 99.
What is the city going to do about gophers?
It looks as if the Manteca Unified School District board is about to plant a $250,000 acorn.
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