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CEO of BAC joins community bankers in meeting with Trump

WASHINGTON, D.C. – BAC Community Bank CEO William R. Trezza is one of more than 100 bankers meeting with President Donald Trump this week about community banking. The Independent Community…

Stockton ballpark to host baseball championships

Banner Island Ballpark in Stockton will be hosting the 2017 California Collegiate Athletic Association’s Baseball Championships this Wednesday through Saturday. The CCAA consists of 12 schools that can qualify for…

Stockton Auto Mall to hold event in support of veterans

Participating auto dealers in the Stockton Auto Mall will be showing their support of veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces. The second annual Veterans Appreciation Day, May 27, from 11…

Amgen brings thrill of racing, influx of capital to Modesto

Amgen brings thrill of racing, influx of capital to Modesto

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor The rush of adrenaline. The heart-pounding speeds. The woosh as cyclists zip by. The ka-ching of cash registers. It’s time again for the Amgen…

Setting the pace: St. Joseph’s Medical Center unveils new cardiac technology

Setting the pace: St. Joseph’s Medical Center unveils new cardiac technology

STOCKTON – A paperclip. That’s how big the latest device is that could save your life. Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Medical Center recently introduced the Medtronic Micra Transcatheter Pacing System,…

RTD delivers its message … on the bus

The San Joaquin County Regional Transit District has won an award. The Transportation Marketing and Sales Association announced on May 2 that RTD had won an award of merit in…

Stockton man sentenced for embezzlement of Lodi company

STOCKTON – In another case of identity theft and embezzlement, a Stockton man was sentenced for crimes against a Lodi-based company and ex-employees. Juan Antonio Contreras of Stockton, pleaded guilty…

Design of the times: MHD takes classic approach to modern branding

Design of the times: MHD takes classic approach to modern branding

By MARC LUTZ Business Journal Editor MODESTO – For the past 30 years, Marcia Herrmann Design has been working with clients to help them reach their goals of success. Marcia…

SJCOEEF raises $121K for outdoor program

Nearly $121,000 was raised for outdoor education programs through a recent raffle held by the San Joaquin County Office of Education Educational Foundation (SJCOEEF). Proceeds from the raffle benefit participating…

Stockton councilmember to host community forum

Stockton officials continue to engage citizens to garner feedback on making their city a better place to live. City Councilmember Dan Wright, District 2, is providing a forum for his…