Homeless Men Sue Manteca Over New Ordinances, Claiming DiscriminationThe lawsuit claims the city’s new ordinances making being homeless a crime, “with the discriminatory purpose of driving the homeless from the city.”
City Hall Exodus? Nearly Half Of Manteca's Staff Eligible To Retire In JanuaryAmong them is City Manager Karen McLaughlin, who has already announced her Jan. 31 retirement. She’s one of many Baby Boomers well represented at City Hall.
Large Pot Grow Raided In Manteca, $8M Worth Of Plants DiscoveredPolice raided a large scale marijuana growing operation in Manteca that was set to be harvested.
Manteca High School Students Can Earn Money Working On District's FarmA Manteca school district is teaching the importance of agriculture by creating a 60 acre farm for students to work on.
Manteca Worries New Bass Pro Shop In San Jose Could Leech Away CustomersVirginia Camacho with the Manteca Visitors and Convention Center was nervous the new locations would pull customers away.
Manteca Volunteers Worry Americans Are Forgetting About AfghanistanOnce a month, Chuck Palmer puts together care packages for servicemen overseas.
Manteca Ready To Push Forward On Hotel, Water Park, Even Without Great Wolf ResortsManteca wants a 500-room hotel, indoor water park and a 30,000-square-foot conference center similar to what Great Wolf Resorts shows on its website, but the company isn’t sure it wants Manteca.
Dads In Manteca Helping Kids Cross Safely At Deadly IntersectionParents are taking charge to keep kids safe at what has now become a deadly intersection.
Balloons Released In Memory Of 6-Year-Old Manteca GirlA Manteca youth football game became the scene of an emotional ceremony Saturday morning to remember a 6-year-old girl.
Manteca Child's Death Sparks Renewed Effort To Safeguard Intersections Near SchoolJordan Morrison, 6, was struck and killed on East Edison Street and Lincoln Avenue, down the street from Shasta Elementary School.
Manteca Short On Hotel Rooms As City’s Marketing Pays OffIt’s been a little crowded in Manteca this week.
Manteca Schools Struggling To Find Teachers To Fill Gaps After Recession LayoffsThe Manteca Unified School District says it could have a crisis on its hands next year if it can’t find more certified teachers.