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Arraignment of former MMID exec postponed

STOCKTON —Many were hoping for some form of closure in the arraignment of the former executive director of the Miracle Mile Improvement District. Instead, it was delayed. Attorney Gil Somera…

Center for Business and Policy Research publishes NSJV Index

Center for Business and Policy Research publishes NSJV Index

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor MODESTO—University of the Pacific’s Eberhardt School of Business Center for Business & Policy Research unveiled its data-packed North San Joaquin Valley Index on Nov.…

More companies turning to solar for sustainable, cost-saving practices

More companies turning to solar for sustainable, cost-saving practices

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor [email protected] ACAMPO — A fall breeze sweeps across thousands of acres of verdant, just-harvested vineyards; a sight familiar in these parts for over 100…

Mortgage delinquency rates lowest in decade in Central Valley region

Mortgage delinquency rates are the lowest in more than 10 years across the nation and in the Central Valley, according to the Loan Performance Insights Report released by a real…

Growers concerned with funding in coming ag bill

Growers concerned with funding in coming ag bill

By JENNIFER BONNETT Business Journal Writer Congress plans to write a new farm bill next year, authorizing programs on conservation, research, nutrition and other aspects of agricultural and food policy…

Elkhorn Reserve celebrates anniversary, offers something for everyone

Elkhorn Reserve celebrates anniversary, offers something for everyone

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor [email protected] STOCKTON — Just on the northern edge of town, tucked alongside railroad tracks and the Eight Mile Road overpass, it’s not uncommon to…

St. Joseph’s begins fundraising for cancer treatment equipment

St. Joseph’s begins fundraising for cancer treatment equipment

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor STOCKTON — More than five hundred cases of cancer are treated at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center each year, 95 percent of which…

Public Health receives grant for child passenger safety

Public education regarding child passengers has received a boost from the state. San Joaquin County Public Health Services was recently awarded a grant of $85,700 from the California Office of…

Helicopters landing at Weber Point part of training exercise

STOCKTON — Those curious or concerned about the comings and goings of helicopters at Weber Point need not be alarmed. As part of a training exercise, the Stockton Fire Department…

BAC Community Bank recognized for excellence in banking

Stockton-based BAC Community Bank was recently honored with two awards for excellence in banking and outstanding focus on customers. The Institute for Extraordinary Banking named BAC as one of its…

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