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California dairies donate food relief to hurricane victims

Dairies in California have donated 70,000 pounds of dairy foods to victims in the hurricane-ravaged southeast portion of the U.S. The California Milk Advisory Board, located in Tracy, spearheaded the…

UC Merced sees nearly 8,000 enrolled

The University of California, Merced, reported a record-breaking enrollment for fall of 2017. Nearly 8,000 students are attending the coming school year. The school reported 7,375 undergraduates and 592 graduate…

Spanos family donates to renovate Spanos Center

The Alex G. Spanos Center on the University of the Pacific campus will receive renovations due to a timely donation. The venue, often used for sports and other community events,…

Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

Is the commercial real estate market cooling down in the Central Valley?

By KENT HOHLFELD Business Journal Writer khohlfeld@cvbizjournal.com A new report by the University of California Los Angeles Anderson School of Management indicates that investors are cooling on the sunshine state’s…

Gallo connecting with Stanislaus, Merced county schools to develop workforce

Gallo connecting with Stanislaus, Merced county schools to develop workforce

By NORA HESTON TARTE Business Journal Writer nhestontarte@cvbizjournal.com MODESTO — E&J Gallo Winery is keeping employment local. It was 2015 when the Modesto-based business noticed a gap in its workforce.…

Harvest underway throughout the valley; growers cautious in estimates

Harvest underway throughout the valley; growers cautious in estimates

By BEN SANCHEZ Business Journal Writer Growers are in the midst of harvest season, but it’s unclear as to what impact the unusually wet winter might have on this year’s…

Watts Winery faces challenges in ever-changing wine business

Watts Winery faces challenges in ever-changing wine business

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor mlutz@cvbizjournal.com LODI — The grape harvest has arrived. For Watts Winery, it’s the busiest time of year. Bottling for the small winery in northern…

Program offers students opportunity to plan, work for higher education

Program offers students opportunity to plan, work for higher education

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor mlutz@cvbizjournal.com For seven years, University of the Pacific has been working with students in the Stockton Unified School District to help them get an…

Chamber announces Murphy as ATHENA Award recipient

Chamber announces Murphy as ATHENA Award recipient

The Greater Stockton Chamber of Commerce has selected a champion of local entrepreneurs as its 2017 ATHENA Award recipient. On Sept. 15, the organization announced it had selected Gillian Murphy,…

Final Stockmarket of season to be held

Final Stockmarket of season to be held

STOCKTON—The popular craft, entertainment and shopping event, the Stockmarket, is holding its last event of the season on Sept. 16. The community is invited to attend the event, 10 a.m.-4…

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