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.
There was a time before color TV and princess phones that prehistoric creatures such as San Diego Mayor Bob Filner would simply be called a cad for his transgressions.
I can see these words as I type them.
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California voters passed Proposition 64, legalizing marijuana for recreational use.
The grand opening of Manteca's first dog park is Thursday, Jan, 12, at 4 p.m.
Manteca issued permits for the building of 362 housing units in 2016.
Manteca's 29-year-old growth cap will allow almost 1,000 housing units to be built in 2017.
It was a sight to behold.
Ever look reality in the face?
"If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail."
"We" - referring to those of us that live, work and play in the Northern San Joaquin Valley - supposedly don't get it when it comes ...
Bass Pro Shops wants to buy Cabela's for $4.5 billion.
A 30-vehicle pile-up north of the Grapevine on Interstate 5 killed two people from Manteca.
A suspected gang shooting shortly after midnight on New Year's Day left two men injured and one dead at the Southland Mobile Home Park ...
The big news in Manteca in 2016: Life goes on.
How $30 million in Measure G bond receipts is spent to modernize Manteca High has the potential to reverberate far beyond the 98-year-old campus.
Manteca Police described it as a violent event - not an accident - when a motorist ran down a pedestrian in the 400 block of Jessie Street ...
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