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Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce swears in officers and board members

Diane Vigil of the Dameron Hospital Foundation was sworn in as the new president of Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce on June 22 at its annual dinner meeting held at…

Central Valley cities continue to see increase in tourism

Central Valley cities continue to see increase in tourism

By Patricia Reynolds Business Journal Writer preynolds@cvbizjournal.com STOCKTON — California’s travel and tourism industry enjoyed a seventh consecutive year of growth in 2016, according to the annual economic impact report…

United Cab makes inroads to specialized service; vies for Uber, Lyft customers

United Cab makes inroads to specialized service; vies for Uber, Lyft customers

By Patricia Reynolds Business Journal Writer preynolds@cvbizjournal.com MODESTO — Jay Akbari started working in the transportation industry at a very young age. “I’ve been in this business since I was…

LLC statements now available to file online

Californians can now file limited liability company (LLC) statements of information online. In a move to reduce paperwork and make filing easier, Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced the creation…

Shopping center secures $9.1 million refinancing

Vintner’s Square shopping center in Lodi has secured refinancing in the amount of $9.1 million through San Francisco-based New Realty Capital. The shopping center, located on 9.11 acres, includes five…

La Dolce Vita holding ‘pop up’ food event

La Dolce Vita holding ‘pop up’ food event

Sweet treats and Southern eats is the theme of a food-related pop up event in Downtown Stockton this Sunday. La Dolce Vita, a café at 347 E. Weber Avenue is…

Crowds turn out for food, entertainment and wine at ZinFest

Crowds turn out for food, entertainment and wine at ZinFest

LODI — Every spring, wine lovers flock to Lodi Lake Park to enjoy the fruits of hard-working vintners across the regions. From May 19-21, ZinFest was attended by 3,500 people.…

Cal/OSHA urges companies to keep workers cool

Temperatures are expected to soar into the 100-degree range over the next week. And not every occupation has the benefit of an air-conditioned office. Accuweather, a private weather forecasting service,…

Unemployment rate drops in San Joaquin County

The latest data for job statistics was released by the Employment Development Department today showing a decrease in unemployment numbers in San Joaquin County. According to the report released by…

RTD to offer free rides to caped conventioners

Who needs a Batmobile? If you’re dressed as Batman or any other superhero headed to StocktonCon the weekend of Aug. 20, 2017, you don’t. San Joaquin Regional Transit District will…

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