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‘Old vs. New’: Lodi mayor highlights positive changes in state of the city presentation

‘Old vs. New’: Lodi mayor highlights positive changes in state of the city presentation

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor WOODBRIDGE — In an address to city leaders, business owners and lifelong residents, Lodi Mayor Doug Kuehne talked about the positive growth and changes…

Sutter Gould opens new care center in Tracy

Sutter Gould opens new care center in Tracy

TRACY — The Sutter Gould Medical Foundation unveiled a new 47,000-square-foot office building on Oct. 11 at 445 W. Eaton Ave., across from Sutter Tracy Community Hospital. The new building…

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,…

Haggin Museum undergoes historic refurbishment

Haggin Museum undergoes historic refurbishment

By Nora Heston Tarte Business Journal Writer [email protected] STOCKTON — The Haggin Museum is enhancing its visitor experience with a $2.5 million refurbishment — the largest, single investment the Haggin…

Cal/OSHA urging businesses to keep eye on heat illness symptoms

Cal/OSHA urging businesses to keep eye on heat illness symptoms

Temperatures are spiking as August makes its debut across the Central Valley. Cal/OSHA is reminding employers and their employees to keep an eye out for heat illness symptoms. Being exposed…

Four area builders receive safety award  

In an industry that can have its share of mishaps, three San Joaquin County-based builders and one Stanislaus-county based builder were all honored with the Safety Training Evaluation Process Award.…

Multi-family apartments to undergo redevelopment

Stockton’s oldest multi-family housing development, Sierra Vista Homes, will soon undergo redevelopment. The Board of Commissioners of the Housing Authority of the County of San Joaquin and the Central California…

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,…

UC Merced offers construction apprenticeship program

UC Merced offers construction apprenticeship program

By Sim Risso Business Journal Writer [email protected] MERCED — With the recent push by the state and federal government to improve infrastructure, there’s a need for skilled infrastructure construction laborers.…

Work continuing on 11th Street Bridge replacement project in Tracy

Stage two of the construction on Tracy’s 11th Street Bridge replacement is about 70 percent complete, according to a project update provided by the City of Tracy. The bridge crosses…

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