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Arrest warrant issued for former Stockton Mayor Silva

Arrest warrant issued for former Stockton Mayor Silva

STOCKTON — An arrest warrant has been issued for former Stockton Mayor Anthony Silva. The warrant lists the charges Silva faces as misappropriation of public funds, embezzlement, money laundering and…

Patterson High School logistics program offers job prospects

Patterson High School logistics program offers job prospects

PATTERSON — With the dramatic growth of online shopping, the Central Valley is playing an increasingly important role in the distribution part of the e-commerce industry. Patterson High School, located…

First aid expenses’ effect on workers’ comp

First aid expenses’ effect on workers’ comp

If you are a business owner and required to purchase workers’ comp insurance, then you might know a thing or two about experience modifications. If not, it’s important to know…

Manufacturer sells low-flow innovation

Manufacturer sells low-flow innovation

By SIM RISSO Business Journal writer COARSEGOLD — It’s not uncommon to hear about the decline of American manufacturing, but one Central Valley Company is building its business making water-efficient…

An exterminator’s mission to save bees

An exterminator’s mission to save bees

By SIM RISSO Business Journal writer MODESTO — Usually pest control services aren’t known for saving insects. But that’s not the case with Cornerstone Pest Management, which specializes in safely…

New Valley center to teach job skills

New Valley center to teach job skills

MODESTO —Opportunity Stanislaus, the county’s foremost economic development organization, is leading the way in training workers for future jobs. According to the organization, 50 percent of the skilled manufacturing workers…

Industrial space tightens in SJ County

Industrial space tightens in SJ County

STOCKTON — San Joaquin County will continue to see industrial prospects migrating east thanks to record-low vacancies in the Bay Area, according to a report from Colliers International. In fact,…

Modesto data project to launch

Modesto data project to launch

MODESTO — Modesto, get ready to learn a lot more about yourself. The city has been selected to participate in Bloomberg Philanthropies’ What Work Cities initiative, a national philanthropic effort…

Is your password stronger than a 5th grader’s?

Is your password stronger than a 5th grader’s?

STOCKTON — Cloudflare revealed Feb. 24 that a bug in its code caused sensitive data to leak from some of the 5.5 million websites that use its performance enhancement and…

Your smartphone may be stressing you out

Your smartphone may be stressing you out

In the 10 years since smartphones were introduced and social media became popular, nearly nine out of 10 adults check their devices often. According to a new report from the…