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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…

Trü Hope Youth Summit brings motivation, job fair to Stockton students

Trü Hope Youth Summit brings motivation, job fair to Stockton students

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor STOCKTON—Thousands of students from throughout San Joaquin County arrived at the Stockton Arena to hear messages of hope and encouragement. The Trü Hope Youth…

Wing Zone owner awards kids for excellence in school

Wing Zone owner awards kids for excellence in school

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor STOCKTON—To say Kristie Ehlers loves children could be an understatement. The Wing Zone franchise owner has known she was going to be a mom…

WorkNet connects workers with jobs, employers with skilled labor

WorkNet connects workers with jobs, employers with skilled labor

By NORA HESTON TARTE Business Journal Writer [email protected] San Joaquin County WorkNet is in the business of helping people. The San Joaquin County Employment and Economic Development Department-run agency creates…

Volt Institute enrollment open until mid-October

MODESTO — The Volt Institute, a trade school created by a partnership between Opportunity Stanislaus and the Stanislaus County Office of Education, is holding enrollment until mid-October for its next…

Delta College to share in $350K grant as part of ‘Talent Hub’

San Joaquin Delta College is part of a “Talent Hub” community that will share in a $6 million grant. The college is part of the Central Valley Higher Education Consortium…

UOP increases ranking in Wall Street Journal report

The Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education has ranked University of the Pacific in Stockton higher than last year. Results of surveys taken by students and academics ranked UOP…

Rhythm and Brews Festival to celebrate Santana’s birthday, raise scholarship funds

Stockton will help celebrate the 70th birthday of musician Carlos Santana at the Rhythm and Brews Festival. The event, held Oct. 7-8, 12 noon to 8 p.m., will not only…

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,…

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