TURLOCK – Registration for four-, six- and 10-week summer session classes at California State University, Stanislaus begins Monday (April 30) with classes beginning June 4.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – State and local governments could receive grants for installing solar panels under a bill introduced by a Northern California congressman.
STOCKTON – Heart patients will benefit from a partnership that will train doctors in the latest techniques to diagnose and treat extremely complex heart rhythms.
TURLOCK – Three California State University, Stanislaus business students were recently named recipients of the 2012 Lyn Boone Memorial Scholarship for top human resources students in California.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Specialty Crop Farm Bill Alliance today applauded the Senate Agriculture Committee in advancing the new Farm Bill, which supports many critical priorities for specialty crops.
MODESTO – An informational meeting for the Triumph Fitness Program for cancer survivors will be this evening (April 24) at Sutter Health’s Memorial Medical Center in Modesto.
STOCKTON – Bridge construction will force the daytime closure of McKinley Avenue between Sperry Road and French Camp Road.
SACRAMENTO – The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation on Monday released a plan to cut billions in spending, comply with various federal court orders regarding inmate medical, mental health, and dental care, and significantly improve the state prison system’s operations.
STOCKTON – Reproductions of photos from The Associated Press archives originally taken during World War II will be on display at The Haggin Museum beginning May 3 and through late June.
CHICO – A competition to find the most innovated products produced outside the state’s biggest population areas is nearing its deadline for submissions.