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Chamber seeks awards nominations

STOCKTON — The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce is taking nominations for its annual business awards luncheon on June 1. All nominees must be current Chamber members. The categories are:…

Zapien joins Community Partnership for Families of San Joaquin Board

Zapien joins Community Partnership for Families of San Joaquin Board

STOCKTON — Former County Board of Supervisors chair Moses Zapien has joined the Community Partnership for Families of San Joaquin’s Board of Directors, the organization announced Thursday. The Board unanimously…

Salvation Army serves community all year

Salvation Army serves community all year

MODESTO — Red kettle bell ringers stationed at storefronts during the holidays are a trademark Salvation Army tradition, but the nonprofit organization runs a multi-faceted church-centered operation aimed at helping…

Health Plan of San Joaquin raises $37,000 for United Way

FRENCH CAMP — Health Plan of San Joaquin employees have contributed a combined $37,392 for the just-ended 2016 United Way campaigns in San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties. “Much of this…

Children’s Home elects new board officers

STOCKTON — Retired attorney Robert Morrison is the new president of the Children’s Home of Stockton board. The Children’s Home elected new board officers this week. The new officers are:…

Foundation set up in Deputy Wallace’s honor

Foundation set up in Deputy Wallace’s honor

MODESTO — The family of slain Stanislaus County Sheriff’s deputy, Dennis Wallace, has established a charitable fund in his honor. The Deputy Dennis Wallace Kids Soccer Fund was established at…

Stuff the Bus campaign collects more than 28,000 pounds of food for needy

Stuff the Bus campaign collects more than 28,000 pounds of food for needy

STOCKTON — The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) and its partners’ “Stuff the Bus” drive collected more than 28,000 pounds of food for the area’s needy. Along with its…

Ornelas recognized with Athena award

Ornelas recognized with Athena award

STOCKTON — The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce honored builder Carol Ornelas and attorney Erin Guy Castillo at its Athena Award luncheon Thursday. Ornelas, CEO of Visionary Homebuilders, was recognized…

Regional Transit to ‘Stuff the Bus’

Regional Transit to ‘Stuff the Bus’

STOCKTON— San Joaquin Regional Transit District will once again lead a countywide effort to gather food and coats during its 18th Annual Stuff the Bus food and coat drive Friday,…

The Eleanor Project helps women help women

The Eleanor Project helps women help women

STOCKTON — Networking and making connections can be key in building a successful career or business. But there aren’t a lot of outlets specifically for women in the Central Valley.…

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