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“Heroes & Villains” puts the ‘pop’ in pop art

“Heroes & Villains” puts the ‘pop’ in pop art

Haggin Museum seeks to broaden appeal with comic book artist’s exhibit.…

Eibeck appointed to new NCAA committee on academics

Eibeck appointed to new NCAA committee on academics

President Pamela Eibeck has been tapped for the new NCAA committee on academics.…

Regional Transit customers invited to weigh in on changes

Regional Transit customers invited to weigh in on changes

STOCKTON — If you’ve ever wanted to suggest improvements to bus service in San Joaquin County, your opportunity is coming soon. San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) is…

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George Perry and Sons is a leader in California’s pumpkin production

George Perry and Sons is a leader in California’s pumpkin production

MANTECA — No agricultural commodity is more associated with autumn than the pumpkin. And in…

Turlock gamemaker uses crowdfunding to launch card games

Turlock gamemaker uses crowdfunding to launch card games

TURLOCK — In this age of video games, one gamemaker in Turlock is proving board…

Modesto truck builder caters to mobile food companies

Modesto truck builder caters to mobile food companies

By SONYA HERRERA Business Journal writer MODESTO — One day, a truck is finished for…

Tapgift app turns sports events social

Tapgift app turns sports events social

By SONYA HERRERA Business Journal writer STOCKTON — Has your loyalty to the local sports…

People

Craig named new executive director of hospital foundation

Craig named new executive director of hospital foundation

LODI — Lodi real estate developer Wayne Craig has been named executive director of the Lodi Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Directors, the board announced Wednesday. Craig will…

Micke Grove Zoo board adds new members

LODI – The Micke Grove Zoological Society (MGZS), the non-profit organization for Micke Grove Zoo and its services, has elected five new members to its Board of Directors. The…

NAI Benchmark adds director of asset and property management

NAI Benchmark adds director of asset and property management

MODESTO — NAI Benchmark added Matthew Kozina, one of Stockton’s 40 under 40 according to San Joaquin Lifestyles Magazine, as the Director of Asset and Property Management. The new…

Work Life

Employees find creative uses for “sick” time

Many employees see calling in sick as a sign of weakness or lack of dedication. For others, calling in sick is…

Construction

Stockton to allow online permitting

The city of Stockton is streamlining its permitting process to allow residents and business owners to apply and pay for permits online. The city has chosen Accela…

Education

Eibeck appointed to new NCAA committee on academics

President Pamela Eibeck has been tapped for the new NCAA committee on academics.…

Logistics & Infrastructure

Supreme Court hears workers’ case against Amazon

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering a case that could have far-reaching ramifications for distribution and retail companies if the workers prevail. The court heard arguments last…

Health Care

Local hospitals score high for patient safety

MODESTO — Seven hospitals in Stanislaus, San Joaquin and Merced counties received top grades of “A” for patient safety. The grades came from the Leapfrog Group, a…

Transportation

Regional Transit customers invited to weigh in on changes

STOCKTON — If you’ve ever wanted to suggest improvements to bus service in San Joaquin County, your opportunity is coming soon. San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD)…

Tourism & Attractions

“Heroes & Villains” puts the ‘pop’ in pop art

Haggin Museum seeks to broaden appeal with comic book artist’s exhibit.…

Real Estate

Stockton-Lodi foreclosures, delinquency rates continue to drop

STOCKTON — Stockton-Lodi foreclosures continued their downward trend in August, dropping .58 percent in August from the same period last year. CoreLogic, a company that tracks foreclosure…

Politics & Government

Stockton’s bankruptcy plan accepted

STOCKTON — Stockton city officials and pension recipients can breath a little easier. That is because Judge Christopher M. Klein accepted the city’s bankruptcy recovery plan Thursday…