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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.…

‘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…

Health Sector Partnership holds first shirt-sleeve session

Health Sector Partnership holds first shirt-sleeve session

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor STOCKTON — Healthcare, education, workforce development and government leaders from throughout San Joaquin County came together on Oct. 23 to find solutions to the…

Downtown Stockton Alliance recertified for PBID; strategic plan for next 10 years being worked out

Downtown Stockton Alliance recertified for PBID; strategic plan for next 10 years being worked out

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor [email protected] STOCKTON — Clang! Clang! Clang! Goes the trolley? It just might if the Downtown Stockton Alliance has anything to say about it. As…

Wells Fargo invests $370,000 in Central Valley job creation

Business Journal Staff Thirteen Central Valley nonprofit workforce development organizations are benefitting from an investment grant via Wells Fargo and Company. One of those organizations is the Valley Sierra Small…

Center for Business and Policy Research publishes economic forecast

Unemployment will dip as the labor force grows, construction will increase and California’s population growth will remain below 1 percent, according to a recent economic forecast. The Center for Business…

Stockton introduces program to forgive code violations

  The City of Stockton has introduced a program aimed at forgiving existing code violations. The Residential Neighborhood Reinvestment Program is geared toward homes that have incurred at least $15,000…

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…

Expo connects business, government agencies with vendors

Expo connects business, government agencies with vendors

STOCKTON — Businesses, city, county and state agencies were on-hand on Sept. 12 to connect with vendors of every size. The Small Business Procurement Expo was free to businesses that…

Grant program aims to revitalize Downtown Tracy businesses

The City of Tracy has introduced a grant program to help downtown businesses revitalize the area. The Façade Improvement Grant Program includes a signage and awning grant and a storefront…

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