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Envision Stockton seeks community input

The City of Stockton is in the process of updating its general plan for 2035, which has been titled Envision Stockton. Rather than rely on outside consultants, Envision Stockton is…

Messages of peace span globe, connect Stockton with other communities

STOCKTON – Children, parents, teachers and officials from the area and beyond gathered on a sunny afternoon at the University Park Rose Garden to celebrate messages of peace and hope.…

City of Tracy shows support for National Small Business Week

TRACY – It’s been said small businesses are the heart of local economies. Mom and Pops have something to offer the big box stores don’t: a personal touch. The City…

Opportunity Stanislaus highlights ‘Best’ companies and those that grow economy

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor TURLOCK – Office morale is up! At least at the best places to work in the Central Valley it is. Recently, Opportunity Stanislaus announced…

Leadership program to begin new class for coming year

Leadership Stockton is now accepting applications for its 2017-2018 class. Those selected to attend will work with others during the course to create and execute projects that will benefit the…

Stockton’s Great Big Read event to promote literacy

Stockton businesses, community groups and educational organizations have partnered with the Downtown Stockton Alliance to promote literacy. The Great Big Read returns to Janet Leigh Plaza in Downtown Stockton, April…

San Joaquin Asparagus Festival returns

The continually popular San Joaquin Asparagus Festival returns today with plenty to offer locals and visitors. Over 85,000 people are anticipated to attend the event over the course of the…

California unemployment rate decreases in March

In data released by the State of California Employment Development Department today, unemployment numbers for March dropped by 0.5 percent over March of 2016. Employment increased to 19,300 jobs in…

Modesto doctors charged in $40M kickback scheme

Five Modesto-based physicians have been charged as part of a scheme allegedly defrauding statewide workers’ compensation insurance. Doctors John Casey Jr., Robert E. Caton, Jonathan Cohen, William Pistel and Jerome…

Valley farmers try out new radio network

By KENT HOHLFELD Central Valley Business Journal Writer STOCKTON — More than 50 years ago, a small company in Eugene, Oregon began offering loggers and farmers a way to keep…

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